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Jun 8, 2007


The Best Way Is Not Always The Hard Way
by Mark Goodworthy

Unlike other emotions, anger can cause negative effects on our health. When you get angry, your body displays physiological changes like sweating, increased heart beats and even increased temperature.

If your body is not in good physical condition, anger could probably strain your heart and increase your blood pressure. Of course, everybody knows that people with heart conditions should avoid getting angry.

Learning how to control your anger is very difficult. It would take a lot of will power and discipline. You can always look for a method or technique which effectively controls your anger. The key is finding one that you feel comfortable with.
Relaxation Techniques
If you feel that you can control your anger on your own, you can try several relaxation techniques. Whenever you feel that you are getting angry,
*you should take deep breaths. Deep breathing would slow down your heart rate and take your focus away from your anger.
*Another effective method is by counting numbers until your anger subsides. This exercise will also help you focus on other things besides your angry emotions.


surjit said...

A wonderfully informative and useful post.Please keep up the good work.
My best wishes.

Franx Budi said...

This is good article.Many people sometimes they don't know how to control theirself..Great job

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