Anger Management is an effort to cope up with anger and look out for solutions within thy selves. There are two kinds of people who get angry – those who have deliberately programmed themselves to get angry by seeing others or due to violent episodes in life and others who feel that anger is just out of their control because even if they don’t intend to get angry they end up hurting others and despite their best efforts they can’t do much about their anger. Those belonging to the first category need medical counseling and those belonging to second one need to find out the reason behind their uncontrollable anger, before things can get worse for them.
Here Is A Checklist To Help You Figure Out The 6 Psychological Signs Your Body Is Trying To Give You For Anger Management
Many people are not honest with themselves and try to attempt things which are beyond their capacity. The result is increased grumpiness because body has a natural way of adjusting to higher vibrations but when we are not patient with ourselves and others, we are forcing the body to raise our vibrations to do more, resulting in anger.
2. High blood pressure
Too much anger can be a powerful indicator of high blood pressure and if unchecked can result in hypertension, heart diseases and paralysis. Get your blood pressure checked as soon as possible.
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3. Improper diet
Many of us are so busy that we skip breakfast and forget to eat on time. But there are many who eat more than enough and act like they live to eat. In both the cases; body slows down due to starvation or over-eating. The result is body becomes tired and it becomes grumpy.
4. Bad Company
Many people succumb to peer pressure and do things they do not wish to do at heart. Those who remain in the company of cheaters, unethical and foolish people, also absorb the unethical thoughts given out by these people; the result being anger and grumpiness arising out of going against your own will.
5. Lack of Sleep
Sleep has so many health benefits; yet people tend to ignore their body’s minimum sleep requirement of 8 hours and go about spending their days getting angry, hurting others and spoiling their days. A good night’s sleep is the best medicine.
6. Give me a break
There are some people who can go about working for days on end without a break. The result is that their body actually forgets to relax and this eventually results in energy blocks in the body. When our energy doesn’t flow freely, we become irritated, angry and even fall sick.
Have you been getting angry lately? Have you gained control over anger or is anger controlling you? There are important messages your body is giving you with anger which are not to be ignored.