Anger is basic human emotion.Depending on how it is managed and expressed, anger can have positive or negative consequences.Awareness of angry feeling can be helpful as it can signal when our right are being violated or our needs are being ignored by others.Anger can also help to energize and motivate us to work to address problem with another person or to change our situation.
However, there are potential negative consequences of anger when it is not managed or expressed appropriately.prolonged or intense anger contributes to physical conditions such as insomnia, loss of appetite, chronic fatigue, headaches, stomach aches, tightness in the throat, increase heart rate etc. Problem dealing with angry feelings may be linked to yelling, cursing, threatening others, pushing, shoving, hitting, hostility, resentment etc.
We have to know how deal with anger Technique to stay calm
1) When we worry about an event, we focus on an imaginary threat that is not happening in reality. In most cases, simply taking a few moments to practice some simple relaxation exercises, such as deep breathing,can allow your body to calm down.
When we deliberately take a slow deep breaths,we are indirectly telling your body that all danger has now passed; as a consequence, our body will stop producing adrenaline and our arousal will cease.
Place your hand on your chest. Breathe in and out of your mouth, taking a big sigh, so that you feel your chest moving in and out against your hand.This is chest breathing, a shallow form of breathing that often occurs as a response to stress. Rapid chest breathing quickly gets oxygen to the muscle so you can fight from whatever stressing you.
Yoga in anger Doing yoga is help to decrease your anger.For thousands of years, spiritual traditions such as yoga and buddhism have offered detailed anti-anger prescriptions because anger undermines their main goal:attaining happiness and freedom.
Challenge your negative thoughts The way you think has a lot to do with the way we feel, so changing your thoughts from a fearful, pessimistic orientation to a calm, positive orientation becomes essential in managing feelings of anxiety and worry. When feeling worried, its is helpful to say the following to yourself:- =This is an inconvenience and disappointment. I have put up with disappointment all your life; I can tolerate this one too. =I'm cooperating to get the job done as best I can. = I am no more or less loveable then anyone else. =I have the power of choice and can chose and live on my own terms of good enough.
Journaling Writing our thoughts and feeling down on a piece of paper makes them tangible and concrete before our very eyes. We cannot evaluate abstract thought in our mind about our life or about ourselves. However, we can begin to sort them out when we see them in black and white front of us.
To start the journaling process maybe useful to ask yourself focusing question.This allow us to find relief from our conflicting logical and emotional reactions. We can begin by using some focusing question, such as: " What is the worst part about it? " How does that worst part make me feel? " When else have I felt this way? " What scares me about this? " What would be an ideal outcomes?