When I was ages 13/14-20/21 I had regular rage tantrums and now I’m 25 and don’t have them anymore but I think my brain got inflammation from them. Is that possible?
I think anger can increase blood pressure.
It sure feels that way.
I’m nearly 63, and all my life my anger binges have left me feeling drained and unhappy.
I’ve learned that inflammation can be caused by a poor diet that “starves” the trillions of good bacteria in the gut, and they release chemicals that inflame the body, so I would think that all of the hormones that are released when we’re angry could do the same to the brain. It makes sense to me, but I’m not a doctor.
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