As human beings, we experience a range of thoughts each day, and by and large we are able to keep them in check. However, there are some people that find it hard to manage rage and this affects not merely them, but also their close friends, workmates and family members. The inability to manage rage can be connected with stress, anxiety and depressive disorders, either as a symptom or underlying cause, but they all are treatable.
With anger comes a rise in blood pressure level, pulse rate and adrenalin output.
These situations could make it progressively more difficult to manage day to day life and for a good number of people they may go through problems within their relationships, family, friends, and also their job.
Rage can be shown in plenty of forms, from social discomfort and general aggravation, to violent outbursts over minor circumstances, such as ‘road rage’ when steering. These issues may result in negative behaviours that could lead to other mental health issues.
The reasons behind anger problems vary tremendously for every person. Previous ordeals of hurt, bereavement or stress, or difficult situations can bring about their inability to manage rage effectively. However, you can combat these problems quickly and effectively with the use of things such as hypnotherapy.
Utilising hypnotherapy, the primary triggers and beliefs that undermine their ability to manage rage can be addressed, and new, calmer responses can be developed by the subconscious mind. Hypnotherapy will help to make the individual really feel calmer and a lot more relaxed, enabling them to live a normal, happier life.
The techniques used in hypnotherapy help to alter the responses to certain scenarios, so as to prevent reactions of anger recurring. This helps the person look and feel more in control, which in turn enables them to really feel at ease more quickly than before.
By establishing the possible root cause and finding new ways to manage rage, the individual should begin to see considerable changes in their life, with enhancement in relationships, social situations and general day to day encounters.
Paul Howard, an experienced professional hypnotherapist, who works at The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy, explained, “Quite often failure to manage rage is a sign of frustration sometimes with their own inability to respond appropriately or it can be simply a conditioned response to certain situations. Either way hypnotherapy can help the client to feel more in control and respond more appropriately.”