Do you lose your temper when someone does not listen to you?

Feeling angry is a normal and healthy emotion. But when it goes beyond the limit becomes negative emotion. Uncontrolled anger takes a toll on your loved ones and deteriorates your physical and mental health. Uncontrolled fury makes you do or say things that you guilt later.

Now the question is – Should you suppress your anger? The answer is ‘No’.

Suppressing anger may have a lasting and damaging impact because anger is sometimes a response to fear and loneliness. Instead, you need to learn how to gradually control anger and anxiety.

Easy Techniques To Control Anger & Stress Are As Follow-

1.Express Anger

Sometimes it is fine to share your reasons behind furriness with your loved ones. Though explosions cannot solve any issue, a mature dialogue can help reduce stress and anger.

2.No Tantrums

Sometimes anger makes you do or say things that you don’t want to. Try to stay silent when you feel angry. Don’t speak to anyone, and you will feel better in the next 10 minutes. 

3.Find Mantras

Most of the time a phrase or a word help calm you down. So, when you get angry next time, chant mantras like ‘take it easy, ‘relax’, or ‘you can do it’.

4. Take Deep Breaths

When you feel anger, your breathing gets fast. You can lower your rage by taking slow and deep breaths from your nose. Inhale deeply, hold and then exhale slowly. Do this for 2-3 minutes.


Workout calms your nerve and hence aids in reducing anger. If you feel angry, go for a walk, do yoga, dance to your favorite songs, or hit the gym. Try anything that appeases your mind.

6.Count Down

Count down up to 10. If you are bursting out begin from 100. Counting down slower your heart rate and will eventually make your anger decrease.

7.Ask Yourself

Ask yourself – why are you angry, and what are you thinking. Note everything down on paper. It will help you deal with any situation with maturity.

Final Words

You can’t totally remove angry feelings but you can bring changes to those events, which affect you and the way you react. If you follow these techniques, you can keep your anger in check, and the people around you will always stay happy.

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