HOW TO CALM DOWN
How to calm down when angry is no easy matter. You’re probably giving yourself a hard time because you’re struggling with repressed anger or anger outbursts and you blame yourself.
SIGNS OF ANGER
When you get angry, I wouldn’t be surprised if your shoulders are painful, your neck is stiff, you clench your teeth and your lower back is often sore.
This is because the feelings of anger are actually coming from your body and this is the key of how to calm down when angry.
Anger isn’t generated in the brain like most people think, it’s produced in the body.
- For example, do you often feel frustrated, irritable, annoyed and fly into a rage at the drop of a hat?
- Do you ever feel jealous or resentful that other people have more than you?
- Have you found it difficult to sleep at night, been foggy brained in the morning, unmotivated, don’t care about things and generally low in energy?
I need to explain to you that these feelings are generated by your Liver.
You may have heard the expression that the Liver is the seat of anger, or that alcoholics get aggressive when they’ve had too much to drink. We all know that alcohol affects the liver.
It’s difficult for men because they often eat foods like pies, chips, hamburgers, fizzy drinks and generally fatty foods that all affect the liver.
After a few years of this behaviour, the liver starts to break down and it sends a message to the body that it is angry and stressed. Does that make sense?
THAT MAKE YOU ANGRY - KNOWING THIS CAN HELP WITH HOW TO CALM DOWN WHEN ANGRY
- The liver is not the only organ that makes you angry.
- The large intestine is where the solid waste is excreted from the body.
- Can you imagine if the large intestine gets blocked? The waste gets stuck inside the body.
- The same thing happens with your thoughts. The large intestine is responsible for releasing the old thoughts that are no longer useful to you.
- Have you noticed how you keep going over the same old thought all the time – the same shit running around in your head – usually negative things about yourself or other people?
- This is because your large intestine is imbalanced.
- The spleen is responsible for cleaning out the dead red blood cells, sort of like purifying the blood mainly when you sleep at night.
- When you work long hours, especially shift work, the spleen doesn’t have a chance to do its job.
- Have you experienced getting pissed off because you have to comply to rules or regulations?
- Do you feel like you’re bound by these regulations that are enforced on you by somebody?
- These feelings are because your spleen is overworked.
- I wouldn’t be surprised if most of the time you have trouble expressing your emotions.
- The other organ that contributes to expressing your feelings is the gall bladder.
- The gall bladder helps you to discern between good and bad.
- If your gall bladder is worn out trying to digest junk food, you find it difficult to make up your mind about things.
- You will find yourself continuing to do bad things even though your head tells you better. The Calm Anger program can show you how to calm down when angry so you can be able to stop doing bad things.
THE CALM ANGER PROGRAM SHOWS YOU HOW TO CALM DOWN WHEN ANGRY
The second program is called Calm Anger because it re-balances these organs and helps you know how to calm down when angry.
Make a choice now to change yourself and become calmer to control your anger.
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