Yoga for Anger Management
There’s a wide range of human emotions: Happiness, Disgust, Sadness, Fear and so on that the psychological sciences are still studying. Among all of these emotions, there is one, which despite being as natural as it gets, is also the most undesirable one. It gives you a sense of power, but it also is the most irrational emotion.
The Emotion Of Anger
The emotion of anger is not the problem and isn’t all that bad. If you’re angry, it means that you wholeheartedly and strongly feel a particular way about something. It is the inability to channel this emotion into something positive, that becomes the problem. A kind of problem that most of us face. When you’re unable to express the anger positively, it becomes destructive. It puts the quality of your mental health, relationships, family, friends, career and everything else at stake.
However, if on the other hand you learn to channel anger reasonably it has the power to improve the quality of your life. You have the power to improve the quality of your life, by channelling anger into positivity.
Reasons For Why One Tends To Become angry
- There is a plethora of reasons out there that can make one angry. Do you feel mistreated, embarrassed or insulted? Its bound to make you angry. Do you hate sudden change or an unsatisfying job or marital problems? Or is stress, anxiety or failure making you angry?
- The causes are never-ending and in most cases, highly likely to be subjective.
- The emotion of anger in itself is not at all bad. It’s merely an emotion. The way you conduct yourself when you’re angry, that is what makes anger constructive or destructive for you.
From the rudeness and sarcasm of passive anger, the yelling and physical abuse of the aggressive anger or the breaking of objects of the behavioural anger, the emotion ranges in a wide variety of negative.
Types Of Health Risks From Anger
- Anger can lead to strokes,
- major anxiety,
- health problems,
- lower immunity and
- migraine etc.
How Can We Use Yoga to Reduce and Eliminate Anger From Your Life
We put down a list for you to be able to turn your negative anger into Assertive anger-the most positive form of anger- through Yoga.
Controlling anger is a long, time consuming and mentally draining process.
Yoga gives you the ability to release the stress and negativity that hold your anger by its reins. Here are some practices that will help you control your anger:
- Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutation) : Start your day with Suryanamaskar. The combination of 12 yoga postures works wonders throughout the body and the mind.
- Shavasan(Corpse Pose) : The best way to relax your body is to lie down in the corpse pose. It may appear easy but it requires the most undivided attention towards your breath and body.
- Shashankasana(Child Pose) : The calming and relaxing effects of the child pose can help you keep a check on your anger and is very effective for relaxing the body and the mind.
- Anylom Vilom Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing) : This breathing exercise kills stress, relaxes your mind and lowers high blood pressure.
- Bhramari Pranayama (Bee Breath) : A great meditation and breathing technique that helps you relax your mind and calm you down.
With these exercises, you can take away the negative control that anger has on you and manage it in a way to be able to positively and effectively utilize it.
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