Your Personality Type and Your Health
(KTVI) – are you high strung? Low key? Whichever your personality type, it could be affecting your health. Licensed Family Therapist Kelly DeVere breaks it down for us.
Type A personalities – hard-driving, competitive, status-conscious, and seemingly achievement-addicted – were more prone to coronary heart disease and heart attacks.
-Type B-Relaxed, less stressed, Flexble. Emotional and expressive, laid back attitude
-What’s type D?
Negativity, depression, anxiety, stress, anger, and loneliness. Three times the risk for future heart problems, including peripheral artery disease, heart failure, and death, compared to more optimistic sorts.
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