Heinwhile introducing his definition of Emotional Intelligence, explains EI as an innate ability, which can be either developed or damaged by experiences of life. Obesity rates and associated co-morbidity are increasing globally 73 and are attributed to detrimental lifestyle practices 74 - It is not a life-threatening condition when experienced on its own.
Symptoms include tightness and difficulty breathing. Conclusion: The results of this study emphasize on the relationship of cardiovascular related diseases and psychological characteristics, such as anxiety and anger, being aspects of EI.
A meta-analysis of 7 prospective studies found that individuals with atrial fibrillation had a 36 percent increased risk of developing cognitive impairment or dementia [ 9 ]. As defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition DSM-5clinical depression, or major depression, is characterized by depressed mood or anhedonia loss of interest or pleasure for at least 2 weeks accompanied by significant functional impairment and additional somatic or cognitive symptoms.
Estimates from the most fully adjusted model were used. All 24 studies and their details and results are summarized in detail in Tables 1 — 3 and Table A in S5 Appendix.