Insecurity can make you ill

The next time you’re worried about your man looking at another pair of legs, just shrug it off.

Otherwise you could be risking your own health, scientists from Acadia University in the US have warned.

A study published in the journal Health Psychology suggested that insecurity in relationships leaves people open to a range of medical problems.

Conditions linked to insecure behaviour include heart disease, stroke, chronic pain and ulcers.

Dr Lachlan Williams, the lead author of the report, said: “This is the first study to examine adult attachment and a range of specific health conditions … [and] findings suggest that insecure attachment may be a risk factor for a wide range of health problems, particularly cardiovascular diseases.”

So if you’re worried that you could be getting a bit too insecure, just chill out. In a nutshell, don’t do a Geri Halliwell.

The former Spice Girl was recently snapped having a furious row with her boyfriend after catching him checking out another lady while on holiday.

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