Unclench That Fist: How to Control Anger

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200334148-001Although anger is an appropriate reaction to an unjustified wrong, the emotion can easily grow out of control and disable you from your daily responsibilities. Anger increases activity in the fear center of your brain, which releases stress-producing hormones and neurotransmitters. Chronic anger can hurt your adrenal glands and immune system, not to mention interrupt the functioning of your brain with regard to logic and reason. There are ways, however, you can learn to temper your temper so that anger doesn’t become your boss and rule your brain. Here are a few ways. Continue reading …

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