Don’t Worry Be happy Be Healthy Positive outlook to reduce heart attack risk

positive-attitude reduce heart attack risk

Be happy always,don’t worry , Take it easy,we always says so many  words like this and try to shows the simplicity of some critical situation for helping someone ,when they are in trouble or someone feeling very bad or they are affected by a bad situation or unexpected events.Yea its a  good nature.But have you ever think that;did you follow these words in your life.Everybody told that positive mind, and positive attitude is good for Life. but no one follow this.but now you  have a strong reason for following this.This attitude will help us mentally as well as physically, and it will help our health by preventing serious heart diseases Can you believe this ?

But now it happens Latest study from Johns Hopkins university shows that People with cheerful temperaments are significantly less likely to suffer a coronary event such as a heart attack or sudden cardiac death

Previous research has shown that depressed and anxious people are more likely to have heart attacks and to die from them than those whose dispositions are sunnier. But the Johns Hopkins researchers say their study shows that a general sense of well-being—feeling cheerful, relaxed, energetic, and satisfied with life—actually reduces the chances of a heart attack.

Don't worry be happy

“If you are by nature a cheerful person and look on the bright side of things, you are more likely to be protected from cardiac events,” says study leader Lisa R. Yanek, an assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “A happier temperament has an actual effect on disease, and you may be healthier as a result.”
According to the researcher people with higher levels of well-being still had many risk factors for coronary disease but had fewer serious heart events. the mechanisms behind the protective effect of positive well-being remain will needs more time yanak says

This study is sponsored by National Institutes of Health(NIH-uSA) to determine the roots of heart disease in people with a family history of coronary disease.