Natural herbal & homeopathic remedies useful in people with anger problems

Anger
Learn how to control your EMOTIONAL OUTBURSTS that are also called ANGER ISSUES! Read on for dietary & precautionary recommendations & the most effective HOMEOPATHIC Remedies - Chamomilla & Lycopodium

· General Description

· Symptoms

· Causes

· Herbal & Homeopathic Remedies

· Helpful Dietary Habits

· Dos and Don'ts

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General description and overview of Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

Anger is one of the most common and destructive delusions, and it is a basic human emotion that we all experience from time to time. Psychologists view anger as a primary, natural, and mature emotion experienced by all humans at times, and as something that has functional value for survival. It is an emotional state that may range from minor irritation to intense rage. There is nothing more destructive than anger. It destroys our peace and happiness in this life, and impels us to engage in negative actions that lead to untold suffering in future lives.

Anger can mobilize psychological resources for corrective action, i.e. motivate us to stand up against injustice, confront problems and find solutions to move forward. In fact, it has been also shown that the displays of anger can be used as an effective manipulation strategy for social influence. Uncontrolled anger can however negatively affect personal or social well-being.

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Because it is based on an exaggeration, anger is an unrealistic mind; the intrinsically faulty person or thing that it focuses on does not in fact exist. In humans, anger often arises when another human being is perceived to violate expected behavioral norms related to social survival. These violations break social or interpersonal boundaries, or may be ethical or legal violations.

Expressing Anger

The instinctive, natural way to express anger is to respond aggressively. Anger is a natural, adaptive response to threats; it inspires powerful, often aggressive, feelings and behaviors, which allow us to fight and to defend ourselves when we are attacked. A certain amount of anger, therefore, is necessary to our survival.

On the other hand, we can't physically lash out at every person or object that irritates or annoys us; laws, social norms, and common sense place limits on how far our anger can take us.

People use a variety of both conscious and unconscious processes to deal with their angry feelings. The three main approaches are expressing, suppressing, and calming. Expressing your angry feelings in an assertive - not aggressive - manner is the healthiest way to express anger. To do this, you have to learn how to make clear what your needs are, and how to get them met, without hurting others. Being assertive doesn't mean being pushy or demanding; it means being respectful of yourself and others.

Anger can be suppressed, and then converted or redirected. This happens when you hold in your anger, stop thinking about it, and focus on something positive. The aim is to inhibit or suppress your anger and convert it into more constructive behavior. The danger in this type of response is that if it isn't allowed outward expression, your anger can turn inward—on yourself. Anger turned inward may cause hypertension, high blood pressure, or depression.

Unexpressed anger can create other problems. It can lead to pathological expressions of anger, such as passive-aggressive behavior (getting back at people indirectly, without telling them why, rather than confronting them head-on) or a personality that seems perpetually cynical and hostile. People who are constantly putting others down, criticizing everything, and making cynical comments haven't learned how to constructively express their anger. Not surprisingly, they aren't likely to have many successful relationships.


Herbal supllements & remedies for Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate). Anger itself is not a problem, but the mismanagement of anger can be the root cause to a number of interpersonal and professional problems and conflicts.

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Symptoms of Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

Anger is a feeling that has to be recognized outright. Anger could be a start of something deeper, like rage or violent actions and reactions. You’ve got to control your anger, because it has the ability to control you.

Anger is best recognized and best controlled if it is more understood.

The first step in better understanding anger is to know what the types of anger are. If you know the cause of your anger, the better you can combat it. Here are the types of anger and a short description of what they are.

Behavioral Anger - This type of anger is comprised of aggressive and cruel actions such as physical violence, verbal abuse, biased or vulgar jokes, breaking a confidence, using foul language, ignoring people’s feelings, willfully discriminating, blaming, punishing people for unwarranted deeds, labeling others, frightening people by saying how you could harm them, their property or their prospects, finger pointing, fist shaking, wearing clothes or symbols associated with violent behavior, tailgating, excessively blowing a car horn, slamming doors.

   

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Passive Anger - Passive anger is shown mostly through mockery, or through avoiding a certain instance, secretive behavior such as stockpiling resentments, manipulation such as provoking people to aggression and then patronizing them, dispassion such as giving the cold shoulder or phony smiles, looking cool, sitting on the fence while others sort things out.

Self-inflicted anger - This type of anger is the one that is directed toward a person’s own body.

Chronic anger - People with chronic anger are just angry in general.

Judgmental anger - This type of anger would lead somebody to hurtfully shame the people around him, like his family, friends and neighbors.

Volatile Anger - This type of anger is the one that easily comes and goes such as explosive rages over minor frustrations, attacking indiscriminately, dispensing unjust punishment, inflicting harm on others for the sake of it, using alcohol and drugs, illogical arguments.

Retaliatory anger - Usually people get angry because other people are angry at them. Actions include such as being over-punitive, refusing to forgive and forget, bringing up hurtful memories from the past.
 
Deliberate Anger - This type of anger is shown by people who would like to gain control over a situation such as showing off, expressing mistrust, not delegating, being a poor loser, wanting center stage all the time, not listening, talking over people’s heads, expecting kiss and make-up sessions to solve problems.


Symptoms & homeopathic medicines & remedies for Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate). Paranoid anger anger arises if a person feels, in an irrational way, that they are intimidated by others.

Usual signs of pre-explosive anger are

 
Tense muscles 
 
Teeth gritting
 
The face becomes flushed
 
Hands are clenched

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Causes of Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

Anger is a response to feelings of unhappiness, which in turn arise whenever we meet with unpleasant circumstances. Whenever we are prevented from fulfilling our wishes, or forced into a situation we dislike – in short, whenever we have to put up with something we would rather avoid – our uncontrolled mind reacts by immediately feeling unhappy. This uncomfortable feeling can easily turn into anger, and we become even more disturbed than before.

A common cause for anger is the prevention or incompletion of attaining our goals and desires. And since humans certainly have numerous and different goals and desires, anger can easily erupt at any place and time.

It’s very common for people to feel frustrated and angry at the same time because both emotions are the results of their inability to achieve their objectives.

Another cause for anger is feeling inadequate and disrespected; humans normally feel furious when they believe that they are not being treated equally, fairly and justly.

Factors that Affect Anger

Fatigue – When we’re extremely tired, our minds and bodies slow down and this sometimes makes us unable to cope with problems that we used to have no difficulties solving. Exhaustion makes us lose our patience and temper more than usual.

Alcohol and Drugs – It’s a well-known fact that alcohol and drugs can have some very disastrous effects on how our minds work. And one of such effect is controlling our tempers.  Intoxication and the influence of drugs can cause us to become easily provoked and liable to have violent reactions to the smallest of things.

Pain – Anger is a common and understandable effect of extreme pain. Because our mind and body are almost fully involved in finding ways to help ourselves cope with the pain, we end up lacking the ability to sufficiently control our temper.


Causes & natural treatment for for Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate). For some, anger outbursts are the result of genetics, chemical or hormonal imbalances or other psychological problems such as bipolar disorder or depression.

Effects of Anger

 
 
 
Loss or Reduced Ability to Comprehend Logic. It robs us of our reason and good sense.
 
Increased Physical Strength and Courage
 
Violence
 
In a fit of anger, forgetting the immeasurable kindness we have received from our friends & family.

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Herbal & homeopathic remedies useful in Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

For many people anger is a disruptive force that controlling can be very difficult. It helps to know that there are a a number of herbal and homeopathic ingredients which have been shown to greatly help with the control and management of anger outbursts, fits, and rage. Nux vom. is one such ingredient and it is commonly recommended to people who are prone to irritability, and anger and those with impatient tempers.

Another useful homeopathic ingredient is Chamomilla which is particularly effective when the emotional reaction seems out of proportion to the situation or event. This ingredient is wonderfully calming and can be used to soothe anger and irritability as well as any underlying anxiety. Lastly, Lycopodium can be used to address uncontrollable anger outbursts and is especially useful for those who find it difficult to express their emotions.

  • Nux vom (6C) is a tissue salt used as a cellular nutrient for the nervous system and brain to support calmed mood and balanced emotions.

  • Chamomilla (6C) is a soothing natural remedy frequently used when the emotional reaction seems out of proportion to the situation or event.

  • Lycopodium (6C) is a homeopathic remedy used to address symptoms experienced by individuals who are said to be ‘highly strung’ or volatile.

Together, these homeopathic remedies can:

- Reduce feelings of frustration and discontent
- Relieve nighttime tension, including night terrors and sleep talking
- Reduce angry emotions and is especially suited for stressed, workaholic personalities
- Address emotions causing anger, irritability and temper outbursts
- Help individuals who are stressed and prone to having workaholic personalities.

   

Herbal & homeopathic products recommended in Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

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Dietary recommendations in Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

Food can also help in controlling anger in more ways than one.

What you eat, is what you are

Anger is not further helped by eating foods that contain a lot of fat.  A diet that is well-balanced and contains more fruits and vegetables than pork or beef actually helps in flushing out all those unnecessary toxins in the body.
 

These toxins could just as well contribute to emotions being unbalanced and sometimes overly anxious.  The body processes anything and everything that it takes in.

Eating a diet that is rich in green and leafy vegetables helps cleanse the body from any impurities.
 
Lessen caffeine

Believe it or not, it is not only coffee that contains nerve-wracking caffeine.  Sodas, soft drinks and even chocolate contain caffeine.  All these drinks have what it takes to make you jittery and would not be of much help if you need or want to relax.   

Natural supplements & remedies for Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate). If anger hampers your personal relationships with friends and family, leads to violence, creates trouble in your professional life and people fear your temper, you may be suffering from anger disorders and treating anger becomes essential.

Dos and don'ts (precautions) in Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

Certain important dos and don'ts pertaining to anger are as follows.

Anger Management

The goal of anger management is to reduce both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. You can't get rid of, or avoid, the things or the people that enrage you, nor can you change them, but you can learn to control your reactions. If we practice the patience of voluntarily accepting suffering, we can maintain a peaceful mind even when experiencing suffering and pain. If we maintain this peaceful and positive state of mind through the force of mindfulness, unhappy minds will have no opportunity to arise. On the other hand, if we allow ourselves to dwell on unhappy thoughts there will be no way for us to prevent anger from arising.

Be Forgiving – It is not easy to forget a deed that may have caused a lot of anger inside you.  If there are any wounds from an emotionally charged relationship or interaction that you are still carrying and heavily weighing you down, then why are you still carrying it?
 
Anger is generally a destructive behavior. When something causes us to feel angry, we should just remind ourselves that anger will achieve NOTHING. Forgiveness however will give us peace of mind and contentment. So, let bygones be bygones.

Find an Acceptable Outlet – It’s healthy for us to express our emotions – and that goes for anger as well.  However, we must express it in acceptable, non-violent and productive means. Since anger generally increases our strength and energy, why not use it to tackle important goals in our lives?

Know Your Limits – If you already know that you’re easily angered, constantly remind yourself that there’s always a possibility your anger will push you to commit acts of violence.

It is quite normal for us to feel anger at certain times in our lives. Permanently suppressing anger will, in fact, simply cause us to act abnormally. Believe it or not, you and you alone have the ultimate choice on how to respond to a situation.

What’s not normal is when our anger seems to have no bounds and expressing it tends to have very violent consequences. There are various ways to express your anger besides the more traditional ways such as throwing a tantrum, throwing a chair, or hailing invectives. 


Dos & don'ts & precautions in Anger Management (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate). If you are angry, simply pause and count to 10 slowly. Only make decisions and react once you have cooled down and have had time to rationally reflect on the situation.

Accepting Others

Once we fully accept other people as they are without the slightest judgment or reservation – as all the enlightened beings accept us – then there is no basis for problems in our relations with others. Problems do not exist outside our mind, so when we stop seeing other people as problems they stop being problems. The person who is a problem to a non-accepting mind does not exist in the calm, clear space of patient acceptance.

Patient acceptance not only helps us, it also helps those with whom we are patient. Being accepted feels very different to being judged. When someone feels judged they automatically become tight and defensive, but when they feel accepted they can relax, and this allows their good qualities to come to the surface. Patience always solves our inner problems, but often it solves problems between people as well.

Walk, and walk

Kids or adults could very easily do this to help ward off any intense feelings of anger.  The good thing about this method is that it usually works.  Try it on for size.  As much as possible, fifteen to twenty minutes a day of brisk walking would do the trick of dissolving and releasing any edginess you feel or any anxiousness you may have.
 
Another good thing when one engages in walking is the effect it brings to one’s physical health.  Believe it or not, walking helps improve circulation by releasing hormones called endorphins.  These are also called the “feel-good” hormones.    Realize how walking – even in short distances – could help you feel more refreshed and relaxed after.

Get a massage

Adults would benefit much from this activity as their weary bodies seem more vulnerable to stresses and negativity.  Try to get the voluntary services of your significant other.  However, if this is unavailable, there are always a slew of massage parlors around who would more than readily provide you with a very good and soothing massage at your own liking.

Relaxation

Simple relaxation tools, such as deep breathing and relaxing imagery, can help calm down angry feelings. There are books and courses that can teach you relaxation techniques, and once you learn the techniques, you can call upon them in any situation. If you are involved in a relationship where both partners are hot-tempered, it might be a good idea for both of you to learn these techniques.
Some simple steps you can try:

  • Breathe deeply, from your diaphragm; breathing from your chest won't relax you. Picture your breath coming up from your "gut."
  • Slowly repeat a calm word or phrase such as "relax," "take it easy." Repeat it to yourself while breathing deeply.
  • Use imagery; visualize a relaxing experience, from either your memory or your imagination.
  • Non-strenuous, slow yoga-like exercises can relax your muscles and make you feel much calmer.

Practice these techniques daily. Learn to use them automatically when you're in a tense situation.

So, a sure-shot way of reining in your temper & anger is to try different & suitable methods to de-stress yourself, eat right, and go for natural and holistic treatments such as homeopathic remedies that are not only absolutely safe, but highly effective as well.

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Herbal & homeopathic products recommended in Anger (Behavioral, Passive, Self-inflicted, Chronic, Judgmental, Volatile, Retaliatory, Deliberate)

Anger-Soothe™

Natural anger management remedy to help you control temper problems and emotional outbursts.

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