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Trying to be perfect could be ruining your health: It can trigger heart disease, IBS and insomnia - and some experts say it could even be as bad for you as smoking.


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Posted 08 June 2014 - 06:55 AM

Trying to be perfect could be ruining your health: It can trigger heart disease, IBS and insomnia - and some experts say it could even be as bad for you as smoking.

 

Research suggests perfectionism has a dark flipside, causing not just psychological stress but also physical harm - irritable bowel disease (IBS), insomnia, heart disease and even early death. Mail Online, 04/15/2014.

 

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