Controlling one’s anger is one of the biggest challenge faced by everyone in today’s stressful life. Our simple and effective methods help you to gain control over your senses, emotions and help you to give the correct response to any situation.
The constant flood of stress chemicals and associated metabolic changes that accompany recurrent unmanaged anger can eventually cause harm to many different systems of the body. Some of the short and long-term health problems that have been linked to unmanaged anger include:
- Digestion problems, such as abdominal pain
- Increased anxiety
- High blood pressure
The response varies from person to person, but some Common symptoms include:
- Teeth grinding
- Fists clenching
- Prickly sensations
- Red, sore, bloodshot eyes
Some people consider that anger is a bad emotion and choose to suppress it. However, bottled anger often turns into depression and anxiety. Some people have very little control over their anger and tend to explode in rages. Raging anger may lead to physical abuse or violence. A person who doesn’t control their temper can isolate themselves from family and friends.
Following are some basic techniques, you’ll find the depression lifting and the triggers that used to key your anger no longer working.
Smiling Energy and Healing sound technique
Healing Sound – Find a comfortable, quiet place to sit with your hands in your lap (right over left).Practice you’re breathing. Bring your breath deeply (through your nose) to the bottom of your lungs and link up mentally to your liver. As you start to exhale, tilt your head back with teeth clinched, tongue to the roof of your mouth.
Smiling energy – Think of an event in your past that was the funniest thing you’ve ever experienced. Just thinking about this event causes you to laugh.After doing the above, stand and walk around for a while.
Anger Management Tips
- Control your temper – Leave on the spot. If you’re at home, go to another room or take a walk.
- Learn to trust yourself – Put your full trust in yourself by following your intuition and doing your best and then move forward one step at a time with faith and confidence in the future.
- Focus on what you’re learning – Mistakes and setbacks are simply a form of practice.
- Ease your expectations – You must see and accept things as they are instead of as you hoped, wished, or expected them to be. Just because it didn’t turn out like you had envisioned, doesn’t mean it isn’t exactly what you need to get to where you ultimately want to go.
- Open up to someone you trust – No matter how bizarre or embarrassed or pathetic you feel about your own situation, there is someone in your life who has dealt with similar emotions and who may help you.
- Use hope to drive positive action – Hope empowers you to strive and grow even when your circumstances are in shambles.
- Take a few steps back – Everything seems simpler from a distance. Sometimes you simply need to distance yourself to see things more clearly.