British scientists during a 12-year study involving 9,000 volunteers found that the argument on the personal front, increase the risk of heart attack.
Participants are regularly questioned about the negative experiences caused by conflicts with your partner and others. As it turned out, the people whose relationship with a partner can be described as tense, the likelihood of heart attack and heart disease increases by 34%.
The worst health status observed in those participants who most others criticized by his partner in life and quarreled with him. With the exclusion of factors such as obesity, smoking and alcohol consumption, the risk of a heart attack still appeared on their 23% higher.
"The more negative you are close to the people, the worse it is for your health," - commented study leader Dr. Roberto de Voli from University College London.