So we will be beginning with the breathing techniques and the controlling or what thoughts we have, and the mood comes back, and sometimes ten times stronger than before. Or, you can be working on this breathing thing, and then your mind drifts to something else to focus on entirely, like what bills are due or will this person piss me off again. Either way, you will need to begin small and work your way up to handling much more delicate situations to make for a much more positive outcome to dealing, and maybe one day settling this ANGER issue once and for all. Let us look at the basics please, if you don't mind it......
Stress is an emotional reaction to anxiety, worry, paranoia and guilt. There may be a few others, but you will find that these four things are a heavy hitter in this area. To deal with the "STRESS" is to go to the bottom, or we shall call this the "Root of all the Evil".
The Miami Herald says.....
"Chronic stress can affect your brain, suppress your thyroid, cause blood sugar imbalances, decrease bone density and muscle tissue, raise blood pressure, reduce your immunity and ability to heal, and increase fat deposits around your abdomen that are associated with heart attacks, strokes and elevated “bad” cholesterol.
Also, the website LiveScience.com, that did a case study on stress and anger states that......
"People in the study who had high levels of both stress and depression were 48 percent more likely to die or have a heart attack during the study period, compared with the group that had low levels of stress and depression, the researchers said. For people who already have heart problems, the combination of stress and severe depression creates a "psychosocial perfect storm," the researchers said in their study, published online in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes.
The study included nearly 5,000 people with coronary heart disease who were 45 years or older. The participants shared their symptoms of depression and stress during in-home examinations and on questionnaires that were conducted from 2003 through 2007. For example, the participants answered questions on how often they had felt lonely or had crying spells during the past week, and how often they felt unable to control important things in their lives or felt overwhelmed during the past month. About 6 percent, or 274 people in the study, reported having both high stress and high depression, the researchers found. After a six-year follow-up, there were 1,337 deaths or heart attacks among the people in the study.
So here are 5 things that may help you change patterns or mood completely........read on.....
2. Listen to soothing music (instrumental or sounds of nature) in order to take you away to somewhere better and more serene than your current situation. Do not start doing this in the middle of a chaotic situation because it can cause more harm than good in this particular case.
3.Have a #psychic reading or tarot reading done. This is something fun to do when you haven't the answers for some of the questions about things going on in your life.
4.Have a Distance #Reiki Healing Session done remotely, which could help you deal with things like past life karmic issues, blockages in your spirit and
5.EFT Tapping.....this is something new being brought to the table that we don't know much about, but we found a video called "#EFT Tapping for $50,000", thought it to be very interesting in nature, and to be quite effective. Try it out for yourself. It brings the Idea of Manifesting what you desire to an easier level of working than others.
We ask that you please comment on this post and let us know what you think about what we have found out, as well as how the links given have helped you in coping with anger and stress in your life moving forward. Brightest Blessings to you. Love and light