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How negative emotions affect your organs.

Emotions influence your feelings and one way or the other, your feelings also affect your behavior. But did you know that your emotions can also affect your internal organs? Find out more below!

  • Anger weakens your liver

When you experience emotions like rage, aggravation, frustration, and irritability, it can cause an imbalance to your gallbladder, which could affect your liver. Headaches and dizziness occur when you continue to experience anger consistently, and it could further damage your liver. Avoiding outbursts of anger will definitely help to protect liver and gallbladder health.

  • Worry weakens the stomach

Feeling pensive, nervous, or anxious can weaken your digestion and that can make you feel tired, and unable to concentrate. A week spleen may also be the cause of stubborn weight problems so you need to stop worrying as much as you can.

  • Fear weakens the kidney

Fear is a normal emotion but it can become chronic when it occurs far too often and remains ignored. Kidney issues may arise when you are struggling with a change in life or feeling unsettled in any way. When you experience extreme fear, your kidneys struggle to hold qi and you feel as though you may, quite literally, pee your pants.

  • Sadness weakens the lungs

Melancholy or grief of any kind may trigger a cold feeling of being drained of your energy and result in difficult bowel movement. When it goes unresolved, it may interfere with lung function and oxygen circulation.  It is advisable to give yourself the space needed to deal with painful events rather than stifling them!

  • Stress weakens your heart and brain

Stress can inhibit your oxygen intake and that weakens your heart and brain. When you worry, you feel like you are overwhelmed by the situation, like you are drowning, and this may hinder your oxygen intake which may affect heart and brain function.

You can see that negative emotions do a lot of bad and the best way to deal with it is to let it go. Develop a coping mechanism to handle difficult situations and just let it all out.