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Anger Management - Treatment, Procedure And Side Effects

What is the treatment?

Anger is often considered as one of the dominant forms of emotion. It vents out when the person feels frustrated, annoyed and disappointed beyond an extent. It is a normal type of emotion and is one of the most expressive forms. However, when the anger turns to come out at frequent intervals, then it would be a cause for concern, and you might need professional help soon. Anger can be harmful, or it might be helpful and often depends on how you express anger. In some cases, it can help you reach goals or achieve what you want to, but when it is overused or when it doesn’t come out in appropriate ways then it can be destructive for you as well as for people around you. Anger like other emotions can be harmful if suppressed for longer periods. Chronic anger can lead to many health hazards like heart conditions, headaches, skin disorders, and digestive disorders. They also tend to cause high blood pressure and can be harmful in the long run. Taking appropriate steps to control your anger is very much needed. Anger mismanagement can lead to abuse, crime, hurtful tendencies and violent behavior if not properly addressed. There is a particular branch of treatment that deals with anger management issues.

How is the treatment done?

Anger management is not exactly a treatment but a therapy that you have with your counselor over your issues and how you would go about rectifying them. It involves a series of open talk with your therapist and finds out new channels where you can vent out your frustration or keep them under control. It basically includes a number of sessions and depending on your medical condition the therapist would suggest the number of sessions you should be having. Anger should never be suppressed, but it should be let out in an expressive and admissible way. One of the common traits of the treatment will involve as to how you can take things lightly. You might be taught to see the situation from a different perspective. More importantly, you might be prepared to take everything in a humorous way and laugh it over. Anger management helps you to identify yourself and accept the things that you cannot change. In some rare cases, medications and drugs can be involved to have a calming effect. In case you are suffering from depression then anti-depression pills might be prescribed. While choosing a therapist, make sure that you choose one with many years of experience and who is competent enough to address your issues.

Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)

All the individuals who have issues in controlling their anger and who are easily provoked by an event can be an eligible candidate for such procedures. These are more of a psychological treatment that creates a balance between the individual’s nature and his surroundings. The treatment can be done at an early stage if the person has a history of psychological imbalances.

Who is not eligible for the treatment?

The treatment can be had by everyone irrespective of the age. There can be some medications and anti-depression drugs involved. Hence please consult with your doctor about this and if you have any other medical conditions, make sure that the physicist prescribes only the right type of drugs for you which is suitable to your needs.

Are there any side effects?

There are no visible long-term side effects however since this treatment involves therapies from a psychological point of view, you might be asked to stay away from certain activities. You might be asked to change your lifestyle and your dietary habits. Also since anti-depression drugs might be involved, there can be some mood swings initially, but these things go away on their own once your body adjusts to the treatment.

What are the post-treatment guidelines?

The biggest guideline will be to change your lifestyle and also your environment if the situation demands it. Anger is not exactly a disease but an emotion that gets out of hand and can harm your body both physically and mentally. You would be advised to stay in a fresh and a peaceful environment where the stress does not affect you. In case your nature of work is the root cause of your condition then you might be asked to look for a change in work.

How long does it take to recover?

There is no exact time limit for a person to get treated as anger management treatment depends on an individual and how far he/she is willing to open their inner feelings. These are usually undergone by therapies and consist of multiple sessions and depending on the patient’s condition the doctor would suggest the number of sessions the individual must have.

What is the price of the treatment in India?

In India, the treatment plan depends on the number of sessions a person has for the treatment. It also depends on the city and the medical center where he/she undergoes the treatment. On an average, the session can cost from INR 250 to INR 500. The post-treatment medications and drugs can be additional to these charges.

Are the results of the treatment permanent?

The treatment focuses on getting the stress levels and your issues with controlling the emotions under control. Hence the permanency of the treatment depends on how you are faring with treatment and how far you are willing to go to keep the anger sensations under check. Drugs and medications can help only to an extent.

What are the alternatives to the treatment?

As an alternative to the treatment, you can indulge yourself in your favorite past time, or you can seriously take part in sports activities. You can also be open to other forms of treatment such as yoga and meditation to keep the emotions under control. Always maintain a healthy lifestyle, and this can be a huge difference in how you manage your anger conditions.

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Safety: Very High Effectiveness: Medium Timeliness: Medium Relative Risk: Very Low Side Effects: Low Recovery Time: Medium Price Range: RS. 250 - Rs. 500

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Aggressive Behaviour In Children - 5 Ways It Can Be Managed!

Ph.D - Psychology, M.Sc. - Counselling and Psychotherapy, M.A - Psychology, Certificate in Psychometric Testing, Basic Course in Integrated Hypnotic Modality for Behavioral Resolution, Certificate in Cognitive Behavioral for Couple, B.Ed- Psychology Hon.
Psychologist, Delhi
Aggressive Behaviour In Children - 5 Ways It Can Be Managed!

Anger is a normal emotion. Children are as susceptible to anger as are adults. However, children may not understand how to deal with their anger properly. This can result in tantrums and violent behaviour. Telling a child not to get angry is not the solution to this problem. Instead, a child must be taught how to channelize his or her anger. Here are 5 tips that could help deal with aggressive behaviour.

  1. Do not use physical punishments as a form of discipline: Children inculcate actions they see at home. While you may hit your child out of frustration when he or she does something wrong, the child may see this as an acceptable form of venting anger. Thus, hitting your child can indirectly reinforce a child’s aggressive behaviour. Just as you do not expect your child to go about hitting other people, do not hit him yourself.
  2. Develop a feeling vocabulary: A child’s aggressive behaviour is usually the result of frustration at not being able to explain what he or she may be experiencing. Thus, encourage your child to develop a vocabulary to speak his mind. Teach them to use words like angry, frustrated, irritated and anxious. When your child says that he or she is angry, do not ignore him but encourage him to talk it out. You could also encourage them to find other creative outlets for their anger such as drawing and painting.
  3. Praise good behaviour: All children seek appreciation. When your child deals with anger is a good way, praise him and reinforce the behaviour. This lets your child know that his behaviour is being noticed. Tell your child it is ok to be angry as long as it is dealt with in the right way.
  4. Set firm limits: Children need limits to know what sort of behaviour is acceptable and what isn’t. These limits should be kept very clear and consistent. The child’s teachers and other caregivers should also be made aware of these rules along with the response to be given if the child breaks a rule. When a child does cross the limits set by you, they should be immediately reprimanded so that they understand their mistake.
  5. Let your child cool off: It is no use trying to explain why something the child has done is wrong when they are in a state of anger. Instead, give them time to cool down by telling them to go to their room or sit down someplace. Once the child has cooled off, explain why his or her behaviour was wrong and discuss ways he or she could have dealt with the situation better.  

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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7 Best Tips To Help You Manage Anger!

MA Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
7 Best Tips To Help You Manage Anger!

Anger is a very negative emotion and can be the underlying cause of many relationships falling apart. There are people who cannot manage their anger completely and express it by yelling, throwing things, or even physically harming others. While anger is a natural emotion, it is important to control it else it can even harm one’s own health.

Research has proven that every emotion is associated with a chemical reaction in the brain. While happiness produces certain chemicals, anger produces another set, leading to a different impact on health. Therefore, it is essential to learn to control anger, so that the negative reactions can be controlled. The following are some simple but effective ways to manage your temper:

  1. Take a pause: It is a known fact that what is said in the heat of the moment can be very damaging. The person’s response may be completely different if they speak after a while. Some people even would ask if it was indeed them who spoke or did that. Therefore, learn to count to ten or take deep breaths when you know you are angry. This can help you gather your thoughts and respond more aptly.
  2. Be assertive: Learn to respond without sounding argumentative, at the same time being assertive. Do not try to control others when trying to make your point.
  3. Regular timeout: For some people, there are periods of the day which prove to be more stressful than the others. Even a simple walk for 10 to 15 minutes can improve your oxygen intake and aid in anger management.
  4. Nurture your sense of humor: While not all would have it, it is definitely possible to look at the funny side of things. This definitely helps in not just easing the stress and reducing tension for all, but also reduces the anger you feel towards a particular situation or person.
  5. Relaxation techniques: Be it meditation or yoga, these help you relax by focusing on the breathing. Even exercise, writing poems or stories, singing songs, or listening to music can help in reducing stress and controlling anger.
  6. Professional help: While it may sound a bit too far-fetched, it is not. If the above self-help measures do not help in managing your anger, and you realize it is taking a toll on your health and/or relationships, seek professional help. With changing life situations, anger management has become a separate area in itself, and with some help, you could greatly change your quality of life.
  7. Rewards: Reward yourself each time you control your anger and respond in a calmer manner. Over a period of time, this induced habit will become your normal response.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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6 Effective Tips For Better Anger Management!

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD - Psychiatry, DPM
Psychiatrist, Jamshedpur
6 Effective Tips For Better Anger Management!

Anger is an inherent part of human nature. Regardless of whether a person is consciously or subconsciously aware of the feeling, our emotions are often overpowered by violence, hatred, and aggression. Much has been studied and said about the primitive negative fantasies of a child that later stems itself in the form of anger and aggression. In a modern-day world, it is crucial to managing one’s anger by allowing positivity to take control and purge out the negative emotion.

Why is anger management crucial?
If one is not able to manage their anger, it can affect one’s mental health while directly hampering professional and personal relationships. Anger management is a must for people who are not able to exercise control over their temper and allow this emotion to take control over their lives. Lack of anger management is one of the root problems in most urban countries including India. Steps should be taken to reduce its effects for so that there is an overall benefit for an individual and society at large.

How to manage anger?
Anger management is meant to help people control their anger practically while boosting the physical and mental wellness of the affected person.

Here are six effective tips to manage anger-

  1. One should not pressurize oneself to be perfect. You should expect others to do their job well while avoiding anger and frustration in case there is any underperformance or failure in living up to the specified standards.
  2. If one has gone through a traumatic past, it is important to confide in someone rather than sulking or brooding over it.
  3. It is important to provide quality time for oneself so that one can derive pleasure and happiness and therefore be surrounded by a positive emotion.
  4. One must try to handle the situation diplomatically rather than getting angry and allowing the situation to go out of hand.
  5. The age-old remedy of counting backwards plays a commendable role in this regard. You should allow yourself some time to regain the composure and not lose the temper completely. Developing a positive outlook towards people and situations offers a new perspective on life and can save the day.
  6. Expression of anger need not always be violent; you can choose to be quiet or avoid a particular situation if possible. This can save your relationships as well.

Both anger and stress are co-related, and their management also works in similar ways. This may be attributed to the fact that both these emotions comprise of similar constituents and can affect any person in detrimental ways. Prolonged stress and anger can take a toll on both emotional and physical health and therefore, it is necessary to control them and reduce its impact.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Behavioral Disorder In Children - What Should You Do?

Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Counselling (PGDPC, Diploma in Psychological Medicine, Certified NLP Expert (California, USA), MBBS
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Behavioral Disorder In Children - What Should You Do?

Childhood is bliss, and naturally, it is the ardent desire of every parent to help their child develop as well-rounded adults. However, it can be highly disconcerting if a young child behaves in a defiant, uncooperative manner with extreme hostility towards you. If this is the case, then you must consult with a psychiatrist to find out if your child is suffering from a behavioral disorder which is typically characterized by repetitive and persistent behavior for at least 6 months and more, which are uncommon in other children of the same age.

Types of behavioral disorder
Behavioral disorder can be of various types. However, among the children within 14 years of age, there are three most common types of behavioral disorders. These are conduct disorder where children become violent, aggressive and deceitful, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, where they fail to stay attentive to one thing for long and oppositional defiant disorder, where the children fail to follow disciplines and become argumentative, and defiant.

Common signs
Some of the common signs of a behavioral disorder among children are, threatening or harming themselves or people around them, getting into arguments frequently and throwing tantrums excessively. It might also include getting attracted to different addictions at an early age such as drug use or smoking, inability to perform well in school or developing a tendency to skip school, destroying and damaging property, stealing or lying.

Causes behind it
Factors causing children to develop behavioral disorder can be various. In some cases, it can be a solely genetic reason where the frontal lobe of the brain fails to act correctly. But for others, the reason may be the environment or the way the children are brought up, such as, being a victim of child abuse, or having a dysfunctional family, being neglected, etc.

Probable risks involved
Developing behavioral disorder not only disrupts the daily functioning and activities of a child, but it makes children burst in sudden anger, erupt in defiance, ignoring the disciplines, hampering the harmony and peace of a household.

Ways of dealing with it
The treatments that are available for dealing with behavioral disorder in children are multifaceted, depending on the factors contributing to it and the condition of the child. First of all, the parents need to develop traits like empathy, calm temperament and a cooperative attitude to better communicate with their children. Along with teaching the children various social skills, teaching them anger management, and encouraging them in their hobbies, prescribed medications, family therapy as well as cognitive behavioral therapy might be helpful.

If left untreated for long, behavioral disorder in children can cause severe mental health issues, leading them even to become dysfunctional adults. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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How to Differentiate Between Anger and Aggression?

MS - Psychotherapy & Counselling
Psychologist, Chennai
How to Differentiate Between Anger and Aggression?

Anger is a type of feeling whereas aggression is a type of behaviour. However, the two are frequently confused with each other. At different times individuals use their anger as a reason to act in an aggressive way. Here are a few differences between anger and aggression:

Anger is an acceptable feeling simply like bliss or sadness. Everybody feels angry once in a while. However, numerous individuals deny that they ever feel angry. For others, they have a tendency to wind up being angry to conceal different sentiments and emotions, for example, hurt and sadness. Angry sentiments can discharge endorphins, which are very powerful chemicals inside the body. This rush of energy can help individuals to alleviate themselves from feeling sad or hurt. Nonetheless, covering these very basic and fundamental feelings with anger is not a sound and healthy coping mechanism. Feeling angry is all right, however, the practice that people show when they feel angry may fall into the category of aggression. Anger is a very normal and typical feeling.

Aggression, on the other hand, is a decision. Just because you feel angry and furious does not give you the authorization to treat others poorly. Forceful practices tend to scare the other individual into doing something whether they need to or not. At the point when individuals carry on forcefully, they do not recognise the other individual's sentiments or necessities. Rather, they want the other individual to give in. There are a bunch of approaches to carry on aggressively and it might turn out to be physically injurious. Verbal types of aggression involve making threats or demands. It might incorporate verbally abusing or putting the other individual down. Physical types of aggression may incorporate tossing things, breaking things, hammering things, or physical assaults.

Aggressive conduct can be separated into different classes. These include instrumental aggression and receptive aggression. Instrumental aggression is objective guided aggression in which harm to another is not the essential objective, despite the fact that it can be an optional consequence of the activity. Another sort of aggression is called responsive aggression. Once in a while, it is referred to as hostile aggression. Responsive aggression is conduct that has harm as its primary and in some cases secondary objective. As a rule, this activity is because of an apparent unfairness, insult, or wrongdoing.

Anger is an impermanent emotional state brought on by disappointment and frustration. Aggression, on the other hand, is a regular attempt to hurt a person or to destroy property. In evaluating the conduct, try to make out the difference between anger and aggression that demonstrates emotional issues so as to lead a more normal and well-adjusted life. One can also take the help of anger management or therapy for better evaluation of the source of anger and its surrounding feelings.

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Popular Questions & Answers

I'm not suicidal or homicidal. I'm a recovering drug addict 4 years clean, bad childhood, anger issues improving with age, divorced (4 1/2 yrs) from a man that physically and mentally abused me, No family/support system, Working 2 jobs an still in debt. I have no energy, always negative, mind racing, short tempered, hostile, angry, feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Are these signs of depression an anxiety? Do I need to learn more ways to cope with everyday life being sober? Anger problems?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
In alcoholism we have a term for one who has all the symptoms of alcoholism but does not consume alcohol. He is referred to as a 'dry alcoholic'. You seem to fit a description of an abstaining druggie. Don't take the labels seriously but it does convey is that there are a lot of issues from your past and habit that need to be worked upon. You must go to a addiction counselor and get proper therapy to clear all the effects of your past, issues with emotions and a lot of pain deep within. Once you have done so, there will be a marked change in life and outlook.
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My query is in relation to hormonal changes in a women. I am divorced as my ex wife had unusual behaviour and says its because of hormonal changes (her age 40 same as mine). Massive outburst of anger range, thinking the person is best at times and then same person is bad if he acts or decides something which she does not like, abondament issue as if you are going to leave her (insecurity), impulsively leave a relationship without thinking of the consequences, compulsively lying and manipulation was also a part of our relationship as she wanted things her way and suite her needs, controlling nature and wanting others to behave that way. We did have differences and breakup in our relationship and use to not speak with each other, if I approach after 15-20 days she is all on me as to why I did not contact her for so many days but in reality she is the one to breakup and show no interest in a relationship at that point of time in her anger rage. She also degrades others family members thinking they are plotting against her and doubt all actions done by them are to harm her but in reality it is not the case. When taking any impulsive decision like leaving a relationship (done many times) for small things which can be sorted out she expects me to say sorry for it and call her back and not believe in all she said in anger and when told she could have called me and said sorry she says why I should call you because she is not at fault. Even she is not sure of her decision making and cannot control her emotions and doubts how she will make decisions at workplace. There is so much more to be said but I hope this provides a brief summary of my inconsistent  experience. I still do love her and want to be together but do not know is hormones causing all this or something else and how to deal with it. She is a student counsellor and has been divorced at age 23 and given her boy child to her father. She is currently living in Mumbai Nagpada.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
To confirm the effects of hormones you will need to consult an endocrinologist. As matters stand I suspect that it has to do with paranoia, which is a fear based condition, but she could escalate anger over that. She may suffer from a severe case of rejection, which includes abandonment too. Control will be an important requirement for her to feel in charge. The fear is the key and if that can be identified and accepted by her, a lot of work can be done. You must take her to a counselor and if that person advises a doctor too, then you must consider that too.
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I always use to get angry on small things on my husband and children. And some time the anger worsen. N after the anger gets off I feel regret. What was that. N how this always happened.

Diploma In Counselling Skills
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hello Friend, Good that you are seeking a help here. Behaviors with anger, frustration, short tempered, mood swing etc are symptom or expression of stress in your mind. Sometimes condition like excess body heat, acidity, menstrual issues, digestion issues, food habbit, suppressing desires etc can also trigger such stress. Be positive. You can manage these by adopting a suitable stress management that you can follow. Consult me online to assess your suitation to recommend suitable solution like few lifestyle changes, dietary changes, special excersise, self therapies along with counseling support. Be positive. You will be alright soon.

I sometimes get angry very much and I start arguing with anyone. I want to end my anger and want to be normal. I get very angry at the little thing. I want to get rid of this. Please tell me the solution.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Try to follow the below given tips for anger control, if it does not work, consult a psychiatrist. All the best. 1. Think before you speak In the heat of the moment, it's easy to say something you'll later regret. Take a few moments to collect your thoughts before saying anything — and allow others involved in the situation to do the same. 2. Once you're calm, express your anger As soon as you're thinking clearly, express your frustration in an assertive but nonconfrontational way. State your concerns and needs clearly and directly, without hurting others or trying to control them. 3. Get some exercise Physical activity can help reduce stress that can cause you to become angry. If you feel your anger escalating, go for a brisk walk or run, or spend some time doing other enjoyable physical activities. 4. Take a time out Timeouts aren't just for kids. Give yourself short breaks during times of the day that tend to be stressful. A few moments of quiet time might help you feel better prepared to handle what's ahead without getting irritated or angry. 5. Identify possible solutions Instead of focusing on what made you mad, work on resolving the issue at hand. Does your child's messy room drive you crazy? Close the door. Is your partner late for dinner every night? Schedule meals later in the evening — or agree to eat on your own a few times a week. Remind yourself that anger won't fix anything and might only make it worse. 6. Stick with 'I' statements To avoid criticizing or placing blame — which might only increase tension — use "I" statements to describe the problem. Be respectful and specific. For example, say, "I'm upset that you left the table without offering to help with the dishes, instead of, "You never do any housework. 7. Don't hold a grudge Forgiveness is a powerful tool. If you allow anger and other negative feelings to crowd out positive feelings, you might find yourself swallowed up by your own bitterness or sense of injustice. But if you can forgive someone who angered you, you might both learn from the situation. It's unrealistic to expect everyone to behave exactly as you want at all times. 8. Use humor to release tension Lightening up can help diffuse tension. Use humor to help you face what's making you angry and, possibly, any unrealistic expectations you have for how things should go. Avoid sarcasm, though — it can hurt feelings and make things worse. 9. Practice relaxation skills When your temper flares, put relaxation skills to work. Practice deep-breathing exercises, imagine a relaxing scene, or repeat a calming word or phrase, such as, "Take it easy. You might also listen to music, write in a journal or do a few yoga poses — whatever it takes to encourage relaxation. 10. Know when to seek help Learning to control anger is a challenge for everyone at times. Consider seeking help for anger issues if your anger seems out of control, causes you to do things you regret or hurts those around you.
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Table of Content

What is the treatment?
How is the treatment done?
Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)
Who is not eligible for the treatment?
Are there any side effects?
What are the post-treatment guidelines?
How long does it take to recover?
What is the price of the treatment in India?
Are the results of the treatment permanent?
What are the alternatives to the treatment?
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Anger And Depression
Ways to manage Anger and Depression

Hi I'm Dr. Kanan, a Clinical Psychologist and a performance coach.

How many of you get depressed? I can bet some of you are saying "I". And how many of you get angry? The other half are saying "yes", I can almost see that.

Most of us oscillate between being depressed and angry. And it's okay and it's normal. What you need to know is why that happens and how you can help yourself. So depression is something that you turn inwards, right? You get sad and you don't want to go to work, you get lethargic and nothing and nothing in life seems really worth it. And when the same energy is turned outside, it's anger where you are edgy and sensitive and lash out, and the smallest of things seem to irritate you. We swing between these two extremes, so we turn depression inside, maybe want to be kind of rude and mean to ourselves, and anger is something we throw out.

Why would you be rude and mean to another? Oh! It was not intentional. I recommed you don't make it intentional to yourself as well. So. what is very important is, and if you see you are stuck in these two extremes and these two patterns, it's very important to find a balance. So that people don't see you as to separate people. Most importantly you will feel at balance. You will be more in your skin, you will be more content and happy. So at Life Cures Wellness clinic we enable you to practice mindful practices, we enable you to be happy, so we use processes like emotional freedom techniques, so that you learn to handle your emotions, have a balance.

At Life Cures we also enable you to use these emotions to empower you so that you can communicate better and be happy because happiness is clearly the way to your productivity. You can feel free to contact me, I'm Dr. Kanan on librate.com. Thank you very much.
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Doable Ways to Control Your ANGER and Not Let it Control You!
I am Dr Priyanka Srivastava We know that anger is a type of emotion and it s a natural emotion. But if it doesn t be managed in appropriate time, it will hamper our day-to-day life situations. So, today let s understand what are the important tips that need to be followed to manage anger.

First, is Practice Deep Breathing. When we practice deep breathing, it relaxes our muscles and we divert our mind and our anger reduces down.
Secondly, you should start reverse counting from 0 to 1. When we start reverse counting, surely our mind diverts and again our muscles loosen down and we might change our thoughts from anger to happiness also.
Thirdly, we need to focus on the present. When we focus on the present, we follow our past and the situations in which we are entering anger. If we do not mix the past with the present, surely the anger will be lowered down.
We need to listen to the music of our choice. If we switch to the music, we surely again lower down the muscles and anger will slow down.
We need to change the situation. If we change the situation, again, the muscles will lower down and we will be reducing the anger in our thoughts.
Lastly, as muscles are important, we need to relax our tightened muscles. While relaxing our tightened muscles, we need to do some small exercises like the movement of our fingers and movement of our head so that the tightened muscles towards our forehead and our hands again loosen down.
So, by these simple six tips you surely can manage the anger in our day-to-day life because as we are not able to manage we might hamper our close relationships, we might hamper our relationships at work and at home also.
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