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Do you get Angry quickly?

Help is in the Community

Do you get angry when driving in traffic? Does your blood pressure go up when your child refuses to cooperate? Anger is a normal part of life and in some cases it can be healthy. However it's important that we understand how to control our emotions to reflect in a positive outcome. Anger when Uncontrolled can and will take effect your health and in some cases your relationship with others.

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The long-term physical effects of uncontrolled anger include increased anxiety, high blood pressure and headache. Anger is a positive and useful emotion, if it is expressed appropriately. Long-term strategies for anger management include regular exercise, learning relaxation techniques and counselling.

as we say anger sometimes can be good for you, if it's identifide quickly and used in a healthy manner. In fact, anger may help you think more rationally. Unhealthy spurts of anger is when you hold that emotion in for long periods of time, until you turn explode this reflects in bad desertion making and can effect your body. 



Feelings of anger arise due to how we interpret and react to certain situations. Everyone has their own triggers for what makes them angry, but some common ones include situations in which we feel:

  • threatened or attacked

  • frustrated or powerless

  • like we're being treated unfairly

People can interpret situations differently, so a situation that makes you feel very angry may not make someone else feel angry at all (for example, other reactions could include annoyance, hurt or amusement). But just because we can interpret things differently, it doesn't mean that you're interpreting things 'wrong' if you get angry. How you interpret and react to a situation can depend on lots of factors in your life, Including:

  • your upbringing 

  • past experiences

  • current circumstances 


anger is a powerful emotion. Unfortunately, it’s often an unhelpful one.
Anger is a natural human experience, and sometimes there are valid reasons to get mad like feeling hurt by something someone said or did or experiencing frustration over a situation at work or home. But uncontrolled anger can be problematic for your personal relationships and for your health.
Fortunately, there are tools you can learn to help you keep your anger in check.

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