Friday, 12 April 2013
Impatience and irritability make career people more sick
Ambitious and hectic career's make men and women increase the risk of getting heart disease than more phlegmatic and relaxed people. But now shows a Finnish study by Mikt Kivimaki and employees by occupational Medical Institute in Vantraa, Finland, that it is hardly the ambitions and the hard work that is dangerous. Out of the 659 ambitious business people (95% men), who were followed in the study, it was only those who specifically was characterized by irritability and impatience, that where the ones more sick than the average. The industrialists, who were ambitious and energetic, but not was irritable and impatient, had rather fewer diseases than the average.