Anger is an emotion not just only a mental emotion, it just increases the blood pressure, heart rate will get increases, levels in adrenaline and non-adrenaline will gets increased. Mild forms of anger will include displeasure, irritation or dislike. When we react to frustration, blame, and threat, we get anger.
Adrenaline, a hormone produced from Adrenal Gland causes anger in most of the mammals. Contracts blood vessels, dilates air passages, stimulates heart beat rate.
Some of the Physical effects due to anger
- Blood pressure low/high
- Heart rate gets increased
- Uneven muscle stretch
- Hernia troubles
- Severe Stroke
- Peptic Ulcers
- Back bone pain
- Psoriasis in head and hair fall
- Shortened Life expectancy
Feel of loneliness
Compulsive behavior and different mind related phobia
Highly sensitive, too emotional
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Now, get ready to control anger. Following are few tips to get your anger under your control.
- Try to respect others
Stop shouting on others; think how do you feel if others shout on you.
- Be willing to forgive
Sometimes it’s not possible to resolve the conflicts, so try to forgive others first.
- Try to forget the past, live for the present
Don’t argue for anything about the past, try to think always about the present.
- Pick a time – out
When you are getting tensed, just breathe deeply, close your eyes (if possible), count 1- 10 very slowly, and think that you are calming down.
- Get some exercise
Take a brisk walk or run, this is medically proven that, physical movements will make the brain to produce some chemicals which will reduce the stress and makes you happier.
- Think before you speak
Take a few moments to collect your thoughts before saying anything, allow others to speak. Don’t try to make yourself over smart on any conversation; this will make your acceptability power to get increased.
- Try to identify possible solutions
Try to stop thinking about the problem, and start to find out solutions to the problem.