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Anger is a normal, healthy emotion. However, it can be a problem if you find it difficult to keep it under control. "You can control your anger, and you have a responsibility to do so.
Let me give you 10 keys that you can use to control your anger
1. Dealing with anger:- Everyone has a physical reaction to anger. Be aware of what your body is telling you, and take steps to calm yourself down,
2. Recognise your anger signs:- Your heart beats faster and you breathe more quickly, preparing you for action. You might also notice other signs, such as tension in your shoulders or clenching your fists. "If you notice these signs, get out of the situation if you’ve got a history of losing control.
3. Count to 10:- Counting to 10 gives you time to cool down, so you can think more clearly and overcome the impulse to lash out.
4. Breathe slowly:- Breathe out for longer than you breathe in, and relax as you breathe out. "You automatically breathe in more than out when you’re feeling angry, and the trick is to breathe out more than in. This will calm you down effectively and help you think more clearly.
5. Managing anger in the long term:- Once you can recognise that you’re getting angry, and can calm yourself down, you can start looking at ways to control your anger more generally.
6. Exercise can help with anger:- Bring down your general stress levels with exercise and relaxation. Running, walking, swimming, yoga and meditation are just a few activities that can reduce stress. "Exercise as part of your daily life is a good way to get rid of irritation and anger.
7. Looking after yourself may keep you calm:- Make time to relax regularly, and ensure that you get enough sleep. Drugs and alcohol can make anger problems worse. "They lower inhibitions and, actually, we need inhibitions to stop us acting unacceptably when we’re angry.
8. Get creative:- Writing, making music, dancing or painting can release tension and reduce feelings of anger.
9. Talk about how you feel:- Discussing your feelings with a friend can be useful and can help you get a different perspective on the situation.
10. Let go of angry thoughts:- Try to let go of any unhelpful ways of thinking. "Thoughts such as 'It’s not fair,' or 'People like that shouldn’t be on the roads,' can make anger worse." Thinking like this will keep you focused on whatever it is that’s making you angry. Let these thoughts go and it will be easier to calm down.
Kindly try this key and you will see the result.

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