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9 Anger Management Tips to Calm you down

What is Anger?

Anger is a common emotion, but it's important and difficult to deal with it in a positive way. It is generally a result of failure and disappointment. It is an approach to defence yourself from feelings or fear of powerlessness and lack of ability. Excessive anger and when you are unable to control it results in serious problems. These sudden emotions arise due to lack of communication to maintain self-control. This results in unpleasant experiences and people fail to understand the reason behind your such behaviour. Your expression of anger can harm others and make them feel offended and such anger can cause misunderstandings and differences in your relations and also change your psychological performance and hamper the quality of life. Keeping your anger in limitation is a challenging task. It is a universal sensation, like any other emotion. It conveys a message that you are in a tensed situation. You feel angry when you feel that you have been mistreated or abused. It causes hyper activities, changes suddenly your state of mind and adversely affects your health and mood. It can also cause rage.

Sometimes you become too emotional who cannot keep command over your sentiments. One should recognize the symptoms of agitation and manage them in a positive way. Controlling these emotions requires time, persistence and firmness. When you learn to understand your anger you can find a way to meet your needs. This is not all true that showing your anger keeps you and others disciplined. It helps you in earning respect and when you burst out in a fire, people will obey you. Honour never comes from dominating others. You can make people scared about your behaviour but can never earn respect. One should learn to handle and understand other's viewpoints. In return, they will also make an effort to understand your needs and respect your beliefs. Being angry all the time can adversely affect your health condition. These people are more prone to heart disease and high blood pressure, insomnia, weak immune system, sadness, lonely, guilty, rude, sarcastic, depression, mood swings, alcohol or drug abuse, low confidence, suicidal and causing harm to self and others. These negative emotions adversely affect your social, physical and professional conduct. This can also lead to physical violence. Stay away from negative people, which exaggerates your negative feelings.

Anger Management Tips and Tricks

Avoid communication with your partner when you are distressed. Practice good listening skills, create better understandings and trust between people. You can deal with more ease with your sentiments. Display your thoughts without being defensive. People who are regularly suffering from any kind of violence, threatening and humiliation are more prone to this. Frustration and resentment in youngsters can be easily seen due to study and job pressure. They face the pressure by their family members and society to perform better in their curriculum and fetch a job after graduation and if they didn't accomplish in their goals it causes huge distress. They become hopeless and keep themselves isolated. This kind of pressure is the reason for suicide and despair.
You should learn to reveal your feelings without berating others. Find out the reasons behind your vexation.

Tips to avoid Anger.

1. Keep calm

First, learn to listen than speak. Don't say something that you will repent later. Take a few minutes before speaking. Analyze their thoughts then keep your viewpoints.

2. Perform exercise and yoga 

Your frustration is the result of your stress and anxiety. Exercise, yoga and meditation is the best solution to overcome sufferings and pain. This can keep your temper in control. They keep you calm and relaxed. Also, maintain a healthy diet. Eat seasonal fruits and vegetables. Take meals at the right time. It regulates your blood pressure and reduces strain.

3. Don't keep grudges

Learn to pardon and don't hold any negative feelings for anyone. You can upset your mood, without known to others.

4. Take rest 

Take a rest after work. Spending time and playing with kids restore your energy. Their presence can make you feel happy and comfortable. Spend some time with yourself. So you can prepare yourself to handle irritation and provocation. Try deep breathing and take it easy until your anger vanishes. You can handle any circumstances. Avoid things that infuriate you. Don't blow up at your kids and never throw are your anger on them. They are soft targets.

5. Be humorous

Be in the company of people who possess a good sense of humour and are always cherished. They can make anyone laughs and reduce tension. Avoid being sarcastic. It makes situations worse. Watch comedy movies and shows. Read books in free time.

6. Identify anger signs 

Some people get annoyed by little situations. like seeing the messy room, causing a delay in service, a traffic jam, late completion of work. Being angry won't resolve your problem. Avoid words which imply negative meaning like no, never, no, not fair, you should not. When you are excited about something and it doesn't work the way you want, your first emotion is anger.

7. Resolve the conflict

Every conflict and differences can be resolved by talking. Disagreements create enmity, hatred and rifts.

8. Change in routine   

Try to bring a change in your lifestyle. Do new and exciting activities. Monotonous work can cause agitation and sometimes you get comfortable to it and you never want to come out of your comfort zone. Bring a change in room settings. Try different food which you has not eaten yet. Try different hobbies like listening to music, gardening, writing books, dancing and music. Become creative.

9. Take professional help 

Everyone expresses their anger. But when it turns into aggression, ask for professional help, visit your psychiatrist, if it is really going out of control. Some relaxation therapies, meditation are prescribed which keeps you in a line of control. These are the best techniques to find the purpose for your anger. These therapy sessions help in seeking solutions for your anger management problems. They can be exceedingly helpful.

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July 8, 2019 at 5:41 AM ×

Very helpful article in pretty simple words

July 9, 2019 at 9:04 AM ×

Very nice article.