Do you know the person shouting out loud in anger is a major sufferer of his own temper? When you get furious your catecholamine level elevates. High catecholamine level makes your blood pressure high and puts your heart and brain at risk. It may also happen one day that during your burst up your body gets paralyzed suddenly or you may have a heart attack. Book an appointment with a heart specialist in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad and undergo a complete check-up to avoid any unpleasant accident of this sort. Read following words and try these little things to avoid getting furious to save your health.
Think First, React Later:
Mostly it happens that people think after reacting and it makes them guilty. Try to think first and then react it will keep you safe from blood pressure fluctuations and save your relations as well.
Talk it Out:
Your ego is not more important than your heart and brain health. So try to talk about the issue and the person who usually annoys you. The decent table talk may solve the issue and you will notice your heart rhythms are normal again.
Take a Break:
If table talk is not working then do not be upset. Relax..! There is still tomorrow. Just take a break from the situation or the person. In the same way just at the point of bursting up take a deep breath first. It will control your blood flow, make you relax and give you a moment to think.
Forgive the Mistakes:
To keep the others mistakes and negative things inside you will not only make you blast at some time but also increased the stress level. This high stress with your anger elevates the blood pressure and you will lay on the bed. So stop doing this cruel thing with you. Forgive the other’s mistakes immediately even when they do not ask about it.
It will help you by stimulating the production of chemicals which keep the person relax and satisfy and significantly reduce the levels of anger stimulator chemicals.
Above all listen to others problems with a kind heart. It will surely help to reduce your anger for the greater benefit of you and others as well.
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