Saturday, August 22, 2015

Harmful Effects of Anger on your Health!!! [Part 1]

“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured”- Mark Twain.

Anger is an intense form of emotion. If it isn’t handled suitably, it may have critical results for you and your surroundings. Arguments, physical fights, physical abuse, assault, self-harm, all are a result of unrestrained anger. On the other hand, well-managed anger can be a functional sentiment that motivates you to make constructive changes. 


Types of Anger:

Different experts have published contradicting lists of anger types, but some generally established forms of anger include:

Chronic anger: Which is prolonged, can impact the immune system and be the cause of other mental disorders.

Passive anger: Which doesn’t always come across as anger and can be difficult to identify

Overwhelmed anger: Which is caused by life demands that are too much for an individual to cope with

Self-inflicted anger: Which is aimed at the self and may be caused by feelings of guilt

Judgmental anger: Which is directed toward others and may come with feelings of resentment

Volatile anger: Which involves sometimes-spontaneous bouts of excessive or violent anger


Harmful Effects of Anger on your health:

Immune System will be at risk:
When anger kicks in, your body readies itself to react to a supposed threat. Your normal processes stop and certain brain centers start firing that alter your brain chemistry

Heart attack risk increases triple time with Repressed Anger :
Studies have found this is worse than lashing out. If you tend to suppress feelings of anger, try to reveal in friends or seeks therapeutic ways to let go your anger

Pessimistic emotions generates diseases:
The highly conservative centre for disease control and preservation (CDC) admits that 85% of all diseases have a strong link to your emotional state.

Elevated Risk of Heart Attack:
Those with explosive tempers were drastically more likely to have arterial calcium deposits- a primary indicator of heart attack risk.

Angry with Anger.....


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