What is Anger?
Whether we all want to admit it or not, anger is very much a natural part of life. We like to believe we are all cool, calm and collected, but for a lot of people out there, there happens to be triggers that can lead to anger-like behaviour. Anger is a build up of hormones that stem from a variety of different experiences that have ticked someone off during their everyday routine. Anger can make us act irrational in a way that causes us to not rationalise basic thought patterns.
Anger can be expressed in a plethora of different ways; we all operate differently which means we all get angry at different things which can make it difficult to treat as a mass, instead one must come to terms with what they consider to anger them in order to live a more stress free existence. There are two different ways one deals with an outburst of built up aggression: verbal and non-verbal. Both happen to cover both the introverted and extroverted spectrum. The types of responses you’ll find from people will again, stem from the person and how they respond to such information reaching a breaking point.
When does Anger become a mental issue?
No matter the types of anger, they will all take their toll on the person in these fits of rage. One will find that they are constantly tired when in a constant barrage of anger. It is important to state at this junction that we mostly become angry when reacting to frustration, criticism and threat to what we perceive as normal. Once one discovers this they can then begin to understand how this is affecting the people around you. Anger makes us throw reason out the back door in favour of a more clouded opinion/set of beliefs that we wish to drill into the heads of others. This is why we are so unreasonable when angry as anything and everything can tick you off.
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Treatment for Anger
Anger is not something that is healthy for those wanting to live their lives stress-free. Anger elicits a response that can lead to a variety of health issues, both mental and physical. The only person that can help treat anger is the person themselves, which is why they should maybe consider The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT): a potential cure to aggressive thoughts and triggers. This theory works in a similar way to hypnotherapy in that it gives you the ability to control your consciousness in ways you didn’t know existed previously.
With this theory you are given the ability to control your own mental wellbeing despite being very much of the opinion that this is something that you may not come back from. Anger can be difficult to come to terms with especially if one does not have the foresight in knowing where that built up anger will be directed. HMT gives one the chance to find the core of their anger and pull it out from the roots, thus opening one’s self to a more sustainable and healthy live by proxy.
Sessions for HMT allow one to counteract their woes rather quickly, and can even take place via Skype and FaceTime respectively. Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our
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Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our full list. Bodymindworkers.com