Anger is a normal human emotion. In itself, anger is not a problem unless it is expressed in harmful ways.
Anger is an emotion that can range from mild annoyance to intense rage. It is accompanied by physical changes. Your heart rate and blood pressure go up when you are angry, as do levels of the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline. Anger can create trouble in relationships, work, health, day-to-day living or with the law. When people feel angry, they often display angry behaviour. This might include yelling, throwing things, criticising, ignoring, storming out or refusing to do something.
Psychologists can help you understand anger and learn better ways to handle and express it. Please contact us today to see how we can help you manage your Anger.
If you would like to read up further on Anger, please do visit: www.psychology.org.au/for-the-public/Psychology-topics/Managing-your-anger