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Finally, Two unbeatable hacks to control your anger – Revealed !!

Know techniques from yogic science – they are simpler than you think. And how these techniques helped me control a chronic anger problem.

Why should we try to control anger? 

There are many reasons why we should try to control our anger. For one, uncontrolled anger can lead to violence, be it physical, or mental (caused by words).

Additionally, uncontrolled anger can lead to problems at work or in relationships, which may be irreversible in nature.

The world is full of examples where people have lost jobs, or their loved ones due to anger. This can lead to major financial and emotional loss.

Finally, anger can have a significant impact on one’s health.

Studies have shown that people who are angry often have higher levels of stress and anxiety, which can lead to health problems such as heart disease, stroke, and even cancer. In addition, people who are angry often have a harder time sleeping, eating, and concentrating, which can also lead to health problems.

Why do we get angry ? 

At the core of anger are our expectations. We get angry when we don’t feel like we’re getting what we want or when we feel like we’re not getting the same treatment as someone else. It can be frustrating when things don’t go our way, and we feel like we’re not in control.

What happens to your body when you get angry ?

When you get angry, your body releases adrenaline and cortisol. Adrenaline is a hormone that makes you feel alert and energized, while cortisol is a hormone that helps to manage stress. These hormones can cause your heart rate to increase, your breathing to become faster, and your blood pressure to rise. In extreme cases, these hormones can lead to a heart attack or a stroke.

I hope you are now feeling motivated enough to control anger.

The key to do that is in the way body systems work.

How are anger and breath related? The key is in knowing this !

When someone gets angry, his breathing rate increases heavily. And this simple relation is the key to conquer anger. In fact, not just anger, breathing is highly related to all emotional highs and lows.

And the inverse is also true for this relation. If you reduce your breathing rate, the anger will have to subside.

If you understand this properly, you will understand that while you cannot control your anger directly, as it is a state of your mind, you can control your breath, which you have a direct control over.

Okay, Just tell me the techniques !!

I don’t even need to tell you now that you know the relation. My suggestion to you to control anger would be two fold – one part is to control anger, and the other is to avoid the loss due to anger.

Technique 1. Control your Breath

Your breath should be smooth, without break, without jerks, slow, and deep. (Read about Qualities of Breath) Do it when you get angry, but do it multiple times to develop a breathing pattern that will not let you get angry at all.

You can do it – if there is one thing that we can control in our life – it is our breath. And the process of control starts here.

Technique 2. Get silent for 10 minutes (and I mean, absolutely silent) 

Control your words. Words have potential to cause great harm. For you, it may be your relation or job at stake.

Do not speak. Period.

No matter how well suited argument comes to your mind that can cream your opponent, no matter how much do you want to see that smashed look on his face – just hold on. Anger and violence are not good and will never help you grow. Just avoid indulgence. ( Read : 5 Yamas in Yogic Science)

With these two techniques, you will not only be able to tame anger, but also will avoid all losses that anger can cause to you.

Hope it helped !

If you wish to be more in control of your life, keep reading this spaces for more such articles on emotions management.

Thanks for reading.

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