Have you ever felt so angry you could throw something? Have you ever felt fumes igniting from your head? You are probably shaking, full of rage, and you feel out of control with anger. One minute you are perfectly calm, and then out of nowhere, something triggers and you blow up. Let's get right to it and conquer that anger! Overcome, release, and prevent inner anger with these 3 different methods.
1. Understand what triggers you
Everyone gets triggered based on different life experiences. By understanding what triggers you, you can develop awareness to anticipate potential anger outbursts. First, think back to when you were growing up. See if you are a yes to the following questions:
If you answered yes to any of the above, that may be the source of your anger trigger. For example, let's say Dane experienced harsh language growing up. He may be triggered when someone let's out harsh language today. He may even be triggered by someone he doesn't know. Dane is walking down the street and walks past a stranger yelling at someone on their phone. Dane's subconscious recognizes and associates that experience to his own. Whether Dane is with friends or around strangers, by understanding he is sensitive to harsh language he can anticipate and move through a potential anger outburst.
2. release anger in minutes
Often times, anger is something people do not want to express. If you are feeling angry, this is a quick release method. The best part is, this method does not come at the expense of those you love and care about. Follow the steps below.
3. Release anger with nutrition
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each body part is associated with a particular emotion. Anger is associated with the liver. The liver plays a crucial role in ridding the body of toxins. A clean liver means a clean filter for the body. By eating liver stimulating foods, the body can actually self-repair itself and release that anger physically. Foods for the liver include: