Beware Takeaway Trauma! Experiment shows stress of ordering in – Daily Mail

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Researchers found that our heart rates shoot up after ordering pizzas and other fast food, from 70 beats per minute to 87. Stress levels also increase from 17.25 to 18.38 at the ‘irate’ stage, which sets in around 40 minutes after ordering food. An experiment carried out at the University of Wolverhampton saw participants fitted with heart rate monitors while they waited for a pizza delivery. Behavioural experts then grouped the results into four categories – fidgety, anxious, irate and lost.

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