As human beings, we go through a range of emotions each day, and in the main we are able to keep them in check. However, for many people, controlling their temper can be quite difficult, causing great difficulties in their life for themselves and people close to them.
Uncontrolled temper can be related to stress, anxious feelings and depression, either as a symptom or underlying cause, but each one is treatable. With rage comes a rise in blood pressure, heart rate and adrenalin output.
In the end, relationships with close friends, loved ones and work colleagues can be affected as these situations become progressively challenging to manage.
Anger can be shown in numerous forms, from social problems and general aggravation to violent outbursts over minor situations, such as ‘road rage’ when driving. Long term unresolved rage can create a downward spiral triggering mental health problems including depressive disorders, as well as medical problems such as high blood pressure.
Anger issues can have a number of causes and each person will probably have individual reasons behind the rage. Previous memories of hurt, bereavement or stress or difficult environments can bring about the onset of anger difficulties. All of these rage triggers are readily helped by using hypnotherapy.
A hypnotheraputic approach would concentrate on finding and eliminating any underlying beliefs that are inducing the anger and would then assist the subconscious to build new thought processes and patterns of behaviour.
Additionally, the process of hypnotherapy is naturally relaxing, which can help to reduce the adrenaline levels, allowing the customer to cope better with previously stressful scenarios.
By helping the client to change their reaction to the old trigger scenarios, they are less inclined to be consumed by the old feelings of anger. This helps the person feel more in control, which in turn assists them to feel at ease quicker than before.
By eliminating the underlying cause and then coping with the symptoms of anger the hypnotherapist will help the person to make rapid and a substantial difference to all their social and workplace scenarios.
Paul Howard, an experienced hypnotherapist, who works at The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy explained, “When someone is angry often and without real cause it can have a profound effect on the close family and often generate feelings of fear and insecurity in children that can live with them for a lifetime.”