Control of anger
Control of anger with exercise can include exercises such as physical exercises,
mental exercises, body tuning,
progressive relaxation steps, and a few simple yoga exercises.
Sports such as boxing, weight lifting, Pilates ball movements
and even running in outdoor environments can also be effective in reducing stress, anger and anger.
Stress and anger will hand in hand and pass on to others.
The more stress you get, the more fears and tensions you will have.
Exactly the same reaction that creates stress in your body,
anger and anger also affect your body and mind equally.
If you think you can not control your anger and stress,
it’s best to consult with a consultant or sports coach.
Controlling stress and anger requires enough exercise and exercise.
You can use your own methods or techniques that a therapist introduces you to control stress.
Vickie Scott says in his book “How to Control of anger.”
Exercise and physical exercise are one of the most effective ways to reduce stress and anger.
Physical exercises will help you easily relax yourself when you are stressed and angry.
In addition, physical exercises will release a lot of endorphins in your body that will increase joy and relieve stress.
If you miss the next time you feel uncomfortable and stressful, walk a bit.
Aerobic exercises, isometric exercises,
and long-term jogging or jogging help to relieve anger and anger.
Engaging in one of the following sports will help to reduce anger, stress and anger:
Boxing and knocking boxing bags
Work with weights such as dumbbells or barbells
Go to the bar
Swim (swim swedish)
Pilates moves with the ball
According to Lyndon Toner and Richard West,
in “Understanding Internal Concepts and Communication: Deciding Over Time,”
mental exercises are a mental technique that can easily restrain your harsh
and stressful emotions.
This technique will help you to change your attitude about the current situation
and improve your situation, you will see that with this technique you can open clear horizons in life.
Write down your negative feelings
and emotions that have spread to you over the past two days.
Write down that feeling at any moment you feel bad.
At the end of these two days, check your thoughts
and see that there are certain messages in your thoughts,
and in summary, check whether your thoughts are focused on a specific topic.
Perhaps you feel a need in yourself that you have not felt before.
Write down one of your negative thoughts and analyze it either good or bad for yourself.
For example, on your own sheet you wrote: “I hate everyone” “It’s all funny for me.”
If you write down your negative thoughts in the same way, it’s very good.
This technique helps you get the best out of your recommendations when you visit a psychologist.
Take a deep breath
Deep or deep breathing soothes your breath.
Get out of the deep breath and calm yourself with a few seconds of exhalations.
Deep breathing turns your thoughts into very positive thoughts rather than negative thoughts,
so your stress will be eliminated.
According to a research conducted by the University of Maryland Medical Center,
deep breathing forces the body to calm down. Sit on a chair or sit on the sofa.
Put your hand on your abdomen and close your eyes.
Hold your breath in the chest and focus on the lower points of your body, then focus on your chest.
Pause and slowly expel your breath. Continue this breathing exercise until you are completely relaxed.