Anger

Posted: 09/02/2011 in In my words - zenith

There is an intense negative effect of anger on your body. Some of the physical signs that can be there when someone is angry include the grinding and clenching of teeth, muscle tension, flushing and sometimes there may also be ringing in the ears. During time of anger, the body reacts through shooting blood pressure. This can result in chest pains and also sweating and chills. In addition to this, there can also be severe headaches as well as migraines.

Some people who face the problems of chronic anger can also experience peptic ulcers, intestinal cramps, or indigestion and constipation during anger. Extreme effects of anger on the body include things like heart attack obesity and even kidney failure.

It has been found through medical research that anger affects the heart muscle directly, and a person who is angry more often is more likely to face a weak heart muscle. This means that the ability of heart to pump blood would be reduced, causing cardiac problems.

Whether it is suppressed anger or not, it tends to harm a person even if the ways are different. Prolonged anger can have a bad effect on the skin. Research has shown that the people who suppress their anger on different occasions are likely to have skin diseases like eczema, rashes as well as acne. When it comes to skin health, the resolution of anger is the better way as the skin disorders tend to improve when people resolve their anger.

Besides having the evident consequences, suppressed anger also has a psychological effect. When one suppresses anger, it may lead to depression, insomnia as well as nightmares. In addition, it can also cause eating disorders and can cause addiction to drugs or alcohol. In some cases, all these symptoms can lead to self-destructive behaviour. These things can adversely affect the way people interact and relate to each other.

When one gets angry, there occurs the release of chemicals and hormones in the body. These primarily include adrenaline and non-adrenaline. Due to this release, all the organs that use these chemicals and hormones are affected. The adrenaline hormones have an effect on organs that are related to the sympathetic nervous system. This can stimulate the heart and dilate the coronary vessels, which in turn constricts the blood vessels as well as the intestines and hence, may shut off digestion.

In order to promote a positive thinking as well as maintain good health, it is important for people facing extreme anger issues to get help with anger management and find some creative outlet for letting out the anger so that it does not harm their health in ways that can be dangerous

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