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What is Anger?

Anger is an emotion we’ve evolved as a response to threatening situations.

It’s normal to feel angry from time to time, but when anger runs out of control, it can be a serious problem. It can often mean we don’t think things through properly and end up doing things we come to regret later.

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Anger Symptoms

How people respond to feelings of anger differs greatly. Some tend to take it out on others, shouting, swearing and even expressing their anger physically.

Others turn it on themselves and experience feelings of worthlessness and self-loathing.

Frequent bouts of anger cause your body to release adrenaline, leading to a range of physical issues such as sweating, high blood pressure and heart problems.

Signs your anger may be getting out of control include:

  • You are constantly frustrated or angry and unable to calm down
  • Your anger has led to criminal activity
  • You find yourself unable to control your temper around people
  • You find yourself having problems in personal relationships
  • You are unable to hold down a job because of anger issues
  • Your anger has resulted in physical violence

How people respond to feelings of anger differs greatly. Some tend to take it out on others, shouting, swearing and even expressing their anger physically.

Others turn it on themselves and experience feelings of worthlessness and self-loathing.

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It isn't easy to confront your anger issues. However, if you're worried about your mental health, our doctors are here to provide confidential, practical advice.

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Anger Treatment

It’s important to learn techniques to cope properly with anger, since letting it run out of control can lead to a range of knock-on problems - both physical and mental.

Our doctors can provide effective advice to help you get to grips with anger, or any other mental health issues you might be experiencing. This can include counselling to change the way your brain responds in certain situations.

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What Causes Anger?

Becoming angry gets your body ready for action - putting it into ‘fight or flight’ mode. In the past, this enabled us to think on our feet and react quickly to dangerous situations.

However, it can often mean we don’t think things through properly and end up doing things we come to regret later.

What causes feelings of anger differs from person to person - and can range from road rage to being annoyed at yourself because of personal failings or reflecting on bad memories.

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