98% of heart patients have type A personality

  In the 1980s, psychologists divided people’s personality into four types: A, B, C, and D, and found that people’s personality is closely related to disease. Among them, type A personality is closely related to heart disease.
  Type A personality refers to a person who moves in a hurry, has a fast pace of work, has a sense of time urgency, does not finish one thing, and does another thing, rushing around; often furious about small things, often neglecting personal health, They do not enjoy the joy of life, do not know how to take care of themselves, and often put themselves under tension and pressure all day long.
  The well-known American cardiologist Friedman and others found that after 20 years of observation and research, people with type A personality suffer from coronary heart disease 1.7 to 4.5 times that of type B personality, and the incidence is related to diet, whether or not high blood pressure, etc. Irrelevant. People with this personality have been in a state of stress and stress for a long time. These psychological and behavioral responses are caused by neuroendocrine mechanisms—a series of changes, such as an increase in the number of platelets in the blood, an increase in serum cholesterol and triglyceride concentrations, especially when they are impatient and angry. The content of serum cholesterol can double in half an hour, and all these changes are important factors that induce coronary heart disease.
  Statistics show that 85% of cardiovascular diseases are related to type A behavior. Among patients with heart disease, type A personality reaches 98%. The autopsy test proved that people with type A personality have 5 times higher heart coronary atherosclerosis than people with type B personality. Therefore, some people call Type A personality a “heart disease” personality.