Tips on how to manage anger

As human beings, we undergo a range of thoughts each day, and normally we are able to keep them under control. However, there are a lot of people that battle to control their anger and this affects not only them but their friends, co-workers and loved ones. Uncontrolled anger can be associated with stress, anxiety and depression, either as a symptom or underlying cause, but each one is treatable.

With anger comes a rise in blood pressure, pulse rate and adrenalin production.

These significant problems can cause problems in their everyday life on frequently these problems can spill into their work as well as relationships with family and friends.

Rage can be shown in a number of forms, from social discomfort and general aggravation to violent reactions over minor scenarios, such as ‘road rage’ when cruising. These issues may result in negative behaviours that may lead to other mental health problems.

The triggers for anger can be many and varied, as everybody is affected by different things to different degrees. General triggers include bereavement, abuse or frustration as well as feelings of lack of control, inadequacy, or fear. Hypnotherapy treatments can treat all of the issues that surround anger management quickly and efficiently.

Hypnotherapy works by establishing underlying issues that may be the source of these anger problems, and talking to the subconscious mind in order to alter the patterns of behaviour and ways that people think. Hypnotherapy solutions should help to make the individual really feel calmer and much more relaxed, enabling them to live a normal happier life.

By helping the client to change their reaction to the old trigger scenarios, they are less inclined to be consumed by the old feelings of rage. This helps the person actually feel more on top of things, which in turn helps them feel at ease faster than before.

By establishing the possible root cause and managing symptoms of anger in this way, the individual will begin to see major changes in their life, with improvement in relationships, social scenarios and general day to day encounters.

Giselle Monbiot, a skilled hypnotherapist, who works in Kingston upon Thames explained, An angry response is created because it stirring up an unconscious response. Hypnotherapy can not only find the trigger but can also remove it. This means you can find a different way to respond.

For further information, contact Giselle on 07847 386562

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