Anger Hypnotherapy

YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS MIND HOLDS THE KEY
TO LETTING GO OF ANGER!

ANGER IS A NATURAL REACTION
TO BUILT-UP STRESSFUL ENERGY.

BY PROPERLY DIRECTING THAT ENERGY,
YOU CAN LET GO OF THE ANGER YOU FEEL WITH HYPNOTHERAPY
IN A PRODUCTIVE, HELPFUL WAY…
BREAKING THE NEGATIVE CYCLE YOU ARE IN.

Hypnosis is one of the most effective ways to get control of your emotions and let go of pent up anger. Anger is often a symptom of other emotions or factors in our lives. It can be an expression of stress, fear, sadness or depression, or the impression of not feeling we are in control of our own lives. Hypnosis can help sort out the real emotions behind anger and direct that energy toward more productive behaviors.

The term “anger management” is used lightly these days and sometimes in a joking way. However, uncontrolled anger is no laughing matter. It can lead to hurt feelings, damaged relationships and much worse, physical harm to property or people. Road rage is one example of uncontrolled anger that can lead to physical and even deadly consequences.

Our health may also depend on how we harbor or express anger. Studies have found that those who are angry often and for extended periods of time are more likely to develop heart disease.

Anger Hypnosis works to control anger by actually getting rid of it. When the person undergoing hypnosis for anger is able to completely relax, the anger is released. The thought processes about situations that would manifest themselves with expressions of anger are changed. Hypnosis is able to trigger more appropriate responses to such stimuli so that the real emotions are expressed. Anger then becomes a thing of the past and expressed in a controlled manner and only when an angry response is normal. Through hypnosis the body and mind are put into a relaxed state. This enables information already contained within the brain to be restructured so that when a situation arises, a constructive emotional response is recalled and used.

What is anger?

When an individual becomes angry, their heart rate and blood pressure increases as chemicals such as adrenalin are pumped through their body. Releasing this tension (often verbally or physically) may accompany these physical changes. However some individuals may not release this tension and suppress their anger. This usually leads to a build up of emotions causing them to ‘explode’ when it all becomes too much.

The goal of anger management is to control both the emotional feelings and physiological arousal that anger creates. Recognising anger and learning to express it in the correct way can help individuals handle emergencies and solve problems easier. The key is to learn how to react calmly when something causes those feelings of anger, without lashing out, shouting or becoming violent.

Symptoms of anger

  • aggressive behavior
  • hostility
  • explosive outbursts
  • social withdrawal due to anger
  • verbal or physical abuse
  • tense muscles
  • clenched jaw.

Causes of anger

Anger can be caused by both internal and external events and if it starts to interfere with an individual’s everyday life and relationships, help should be sought. Some of the most common causes of anger include frustration, hurt, threats, annoyance, harassment and disappointment. Other physical conditions found to initiate anger can be fatigue, hunger, hormonal conditions and sexual frustration. Each person is different and may react to certain conditions more than others.

Treatment for anger

Relaxation techniques such as deep breathing can sometimes help calm down angry feelings. If anger is affecting everyday life, counseling can often help to develop a range of techniques for changing the way an individual thinks and behaves.

Anger Hypnotherapy can also help an individual to change the way they think or behave in situations that cause their anger to flare up. By accessing the subconscious mind, hypnotherapy can often help identify the root cause of the problem and help the individual to learn how to deal with it in a calmer, more relaxed way.


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