People commonly experience an array of emotions throughout the course of each day. Most people they will probably be able to control their feelings and keep anger at bay. However, there are some people who find it hard to control their rage. This affects not only them but also their close friends, work colleagues and loved ones. Other problems such as stress, panic attacks or even depression can also be linked to anger control issues.
Not being able to control feelings of rage could make it increasingly challenging for people with anger management issues to manage their day to day life. This is particularly important when going through problems within relationships, family, friends or their job.
Rage shows in a number of forms. This can range from social discomfort and general aggravation to violent outbursts over minor circumstances, such as ‘road rage’ whilst driving. Long term unresolved rage can create a downward spiral resulting in mental health problems like depressive disorders. It can also lead to medical problems such as high blood pressure. This is because anger can raise the blood pressure, pulse rate and adrenalin output.
The factors behind anger problems vary enormously from person to person. Rage issues can be triggered by painful past experiences, the desire to be in control, feeling insecure or inferior or tough life situations. However, you can combat these problems quickly and effectively with the use of hypnotherapy.
How hypnotherapy can help control anger
Hypnotherapy concentrates on finding and eliminating underlying beliefs that are causing the rage. It does this by helping the subconscious to formulate new internal thoughts and patterns of behaviour. Hypnotherapy techniques are also likely to help the client to feel calmer and more relaxed on a daily basis. This can lead to a happier life.
The techniques used in hypnotherapy help to alter the responses to certain circumstances, so as to prevent reactions of anger flaring up. Instead, it would help the person feel much more at ease and comfortable with the situation, and able to take care of things more calmly.
By establishing the possible root cause and managing symptoms of anger in this way, the individual will begin to see major changes in their life, with improvement in relationships, social situations and general day to day encounters.
Samantha Culshaw-Robinson is a clinical hypnotherapist who has helped dozens of clients overcome a variety of issues since 2010. To get in touch for your complimentary consultation, please phone 075 222 777 22 or email firstname.lastname@example.org