Dealing with anger
People usually encounter anger, and an array of other feelings throughout the course of each day, and for most people they will be able to control their feelings and keep things at bay. However, there are some individuals that find it difficult to control their anger and this affects not simply them but their close friends, fellow workers and family members.
Other problems such as stress, anxiety or even depression can also be linked with anger control problems, but all of these concerns can be dealt with. With rage comes an increase in blood pressure level, pulse rate and adrenalin production. Ultimately, relationships with friends, family and work colleagues can be damaged as these scenarios become progressively challenging to manage.
People with anger management problems may encounter road rage, violent encounters and normally really feel discomfort with everything they encounter. The resulting consequences of anger problems can be extremely negative and harmful, causing further issues including the potential of developing other psychological health issues. The triggers for rage can be many and varied, as everybody is affected by different things to different levels.
It is commonly painful past incidents, the necessity to be in control, feeling insecure or inadequate and hard life situations that trigger anger problems. All of these rage triggers are readily helped by using hypnosis.
Hypnotherapy strategies works by establishing underlying factors that may be the cause of these anger problems, and talking to the subconscious mind in order to alter the patterns of behaviour and ways that people think. Moreover, the process of hypnosis is naturally relaxing, which can help to reduce the adrenaline levels, allowing the customer to cope better with previously stressful scenarios.
The techniques used in hypnosis help to alter the responses to certain circumstances, so as to prevent reactions of anger recurring. So the individual feels calmer and more relaxed than they would have previously. By establishing the possible root cause and managing symptoms of anger in this way, the individual should begin to see considerable changes in their life, with enhancement in relationships, social situations and general day to day encounters.
Keith Dorrington, a seasoned hypnotherapist, who works at Hypnotherapy Blackheath explained, “Anger, rage, frustration, resentment, and other negative emotions from the past that have not been released can cause inflammation in the body. By talking to the subconscious mind we can work on the causes of the anger and get the subconscious mind to produce an emotion that serves us better?