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8 easy tips to control your anger

Do you fume when someone overtakes you in traffic? Does your blood pressure shoot up when your kid refuses to cooperate?

Feeling angry is normal and in fact, is a healthy emotion. But it’s important to deal with it in a positive way. This is because uncontrolled anger cannot just take a toll on your relationship but your mental and physical health too. Uncontrolled anger sometimes makes you say or do things that you regret later.

If you also feel angry often, here are a few easy anger management tips that can help control your anger before your anger controls you:

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02/9Count down

Count down or up to 10. If you are really mad at something, you can even start at 100. The time it takes you in counting, helps your heart rate slow down and will make your anger subside eventually.

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03/9Take deep breaths

When you become angry, your breathing speeds up and becomes shallower. You can reverse your anger or at least lower your temper by taking slow and deep breaths from your nose and exhaling from your mouth for one minute.

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04/9Take a walk

Exercising calms your nerves and thus helps in reducing anger. When you feel angry next time, go for a walk, hit the gym or dance on your favourite songs. Try anything that gets you moving and relaxes your mind and body.

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05/9Find your mantra and repeat it

Sometimes a word or a phrase can help calm you down. When you get angry next time, say things like ‘relax’, ‘take it easy’, ‘you can do it’ or ‘everything will be okay’.

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06/9Stay quiet

Sometimes anger makes you say and even do things that you don’t intend to and something that you will regret later. Try to stay quiet when you feel too angry. Give yourself some time without speaking and believe us you will feel better in the next five – 10 minutes.

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07/9Give yourself a good stretch

Rolling your neck and shoulders is the best and non-strenuous yoga movement that can help control your emotions. You don’t even need any equipment to perform this.

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08/9Practice gratitude

When everything feels wrong, take a moment to focus on what’s right. Counting how many good things you have in life can help you control the anger and turn around the situation.

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09/9Express your anger

Sometimes it’s okay to say how you feel as long as you can handle it in the right way. Though outbursts can solve no issues, but a mature dialogue can help reduce your anger and stress.

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01/9Tips to control your anger

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Tips to control your anger

Do you fume when someone overtakes you in traffic? Does your blood pressure shoot up when your kid refuses to cooperate?

Feeling angry is normal and in fact, is a healthy emotion. But it’s important to deal with it in a positive way. This is because uncontrolled anger cannot just take a toll on your relationship but your mental and physical health too. Uncontrolled anger sometimes makes you say or do things that you regret later.

If you also feel angry often, here are a few easy anger management tips that can help control your anger before your anger controls you:

02/9Count down

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Count down

Count down or up to 10. If you are really mad at something, you can even start at 100. The time it takes you in counting, helps your heart rate slow down and will make your anger subside eventually.

03/9Take deep breaths

image

Take deep breaths

When you become angry, your breathing speeds up and becomes shallower. You can reverse your anger or at least lower your temper by taking slow and deep breaths from your nose and exhaling from your mouth for one minute.

04/9Take a walk

image

Take a walk

Exercising calms your nerves and thus helps in reducing anger. When you feel angry next time, go for a walk, hit the gym or dance on your favourite songs. Try anything that gets you moving and relaxes your mind and body.

05/9Find your mantra and repeat it

image

Find your mantra and repeat it

Sometimes a word or a phrase can help calm you down. When you get angry next time, say things like ‘relax’, ‘take it easy’, ‘you can do it’ or ‘everything will be okay’.

06/9Stay quiet

image

Stay quiet

Sometimes anger makes you say and even do things that you don’t intend to and something that you will regret later. Try to stay quiet when you feel too angry. Give yourself some time without speaking and believe us you will feel better in the next five – 10 minutes.

07/9Give yourself a good stretch

image

Give yourself a good stretch

Rolling your neck and shoulders is the best and non-strenuous yoga movement that can help control your emotions. You don’t even need any equipment to perform this.

08/9Practice gratitude

image

Practice gratitude

When everything feels wrong, take a moment to focus on what’s right. Counting how many good things you have in life can help you control the anger and turn around the situation.

09/9Express your anger

image

Express your anger

Sometimes it’s okay to say how you feel as long as you can handle it in the right way. Though outbursts can solve no issues, but a mature dialogue can help reduce your anger and stress.

Do you fume when someone overtakes you in traffic? Does your blood pressure shoot up when your kid refuses to cooperate? Feeling angry is normal and in fact, is a healthy emotion. But it’s important to deal with it in a positive way. This is because uncontrolled anger cannot just take a toll on your… […]

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