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Anger Management

We all have anger. Not all of us know our stressors. Nor can we always figure out how to control or reduce our anger. Here are a few ways to learn to understand, identify, reduce and control anger.

Anger is an emotion naturally instilled in every person. The choice of using anger for a constructive purpose or destruction purposes exists in human beings. There are many options to consider in dealing with anger; resort to violence or hostile action, harbour resentment, become socially withdrawn or work to resolve the issue. While some people may have deeper anger than others, we all must address, identify and control it. Anger and provocation of can be identified and divided into different parts. Upon being broken down, each part can be individually dealt with so as not to become overwhelming. Anger may be expressed in passive or aggressive forms. It also may lead to rage, a chronic case of feelings of anger and/or angry outbursts. When poor social skills are present, anger is not communicated correctly; therefore the original stressor remains unidentified. The following are just a few ways one can identify and re-gain control of anger.

Hypnosis is a recommended and practised method we use a variety of therapeutic techniques CBT, NLP and the integration of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy render it a successful way to identify and understand anger management and behavioural traits that might be causing and maintaining the client's rage. Cognitive Hypnotherapy gets to the root cause of the anger problem and changes the perception patterns. 

When anger is provoked the body produces adrenaline or noradrenaline also known as norepinephrine. The level of anger may determine the level of adrenaline. When adrenaline is at its highest peak the fight or flight mindset is established. Upon feeling threatened, anger arises. There are some things to do that don’t compromise values or threaten well-being like creating or identifying an enjoyable hobby.

The goal of anger management is to control both the emotional feelings and physiological arousal that anger creates. Recognising anger and learning to express it accurately can help clients handle emergencies and solve problems more easily. Hypnotherapy can help you create a profound change in your thoughts and feelings. With regular practice, you will be able to remain calm and in control in challenging situations and enjoy happier, more satisfying relationships with others.






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