Anger Management, Temper Control with Hypnosis
Are your angry, emotional reactions making life difficult for you and those around you?
Use this Anger Management session and the techniques you will learn, to get your life back on track, make life comfortable for yourself as well as others and feel in control of all you say and do.
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Control Anger and a Bad Temper using Hypnosis and Anger Management Techniques.
Self-Hypnosis for Anger Management is easy, fast and always available when you need it
- When you are angry do you get into trouble?
- When you argue do you feel out of control?
- Are your relationships being compromised by your temper?
- Do you actually scare yourself at how angry you sometimes get?
- Do you feel that someday you will harm someone without even realising it?
- Does your anger make you behave, and respond in such a way that proves to you that you are not in control?
- Does rage, irritation or frustration make you say things you wish you hadn’t even to loved ones?
If this sounds like you, learn how to Control Anger and a Bad Temper now with Self-Hypnosis session.
With the help of this Self-Hypnosis session you will start to use different techniques to manage your anger, to the point that it no longer exists. Only you will know the methods you are using, there are no external signs such as tapping on head or body, or carrying out any unusual actions or tasks.
You will become more tolerant and accepting and be able to put up with circumstances and people that before, may have irritated you, frustrated you, or made you feel very angry. This session will change your thought processes, which will therefore change your physical and emotional responses and teach you breathing control techniques that will stop the red mist appearing!
Main features of this Self-Hypnosis Session for Anger Management:
Introduction to Hypnotherapy.
Relaxation of Body and Mind – Preparation for Hypnosis.
Metaphors, guided imagery – The Anger Dial
Confidence Building – You can do this.
Post Hypnotic Techniques – Staying in Control.
Relaxing, gentle re-entry to the conscious world.
Useful things to know – what happens to your body when you feel angry?
Anger is an emotional state that can range from mild annoyance to intense rage and fury. When you experience anger your body goes into a fight or flight response. Chemicals are released into your bloodstream so you are ready for the fight or to help you flee from the situation. These dominant chemicals cause the body to undergo extreme changes. Breathing starts to increase and blood is focused away from the internal organs that are not used for a fight and drives it to your muscles for strength. Your pupils dilate making your vision more sharp and your focus more concentrated. Your rational mind is detached and your thoughts become inaccurate.
You are now in your ‘anger attack’ mode ready for a fight. The fight or flight reaction prepares you for battle, however, most times there is usually nothing to fight and certainly no battle.
When we are faced with real dangers in the world, this fight or flight response is vital for our survival but when someone is in a continuous state of fight or flight all the time, their health can start to be compromised.
The powerful chemicals accumulate and make the body pay the price for being in a continuous high-energy, alert, condition.
People with chronic anger are most likely to have a compromised immune system because of the the toxic chemicals flowing round their bodies.
- Chronic anger can cause digestive problems such as ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome.
- Chronic anger can lead to heart failure or strokes.
- Chronic anger can increase your blood pressure.
What is anger?
Anger is an emotional state that can range from mild irritation to intense fury and rage. Feelings of anger actually produce physical changes in the body such as increased heart rate, blood pressure, and adrenaline
When does anger become a problem?
Laws, social norms, and just plain common sense tell us not to lash out physically or verbally every time something irritates us; otherwise, we could hurt ourselves and others.
Ways to deal with anger?
Some people choose to ignore or bottle up anger, but this approach may actually cause more harm because the root problem is never addressed. Instead, try to manage anger so it can become a more positive emotion.
How can we manage anger?
Hypnotherapy is extremely useful for changing how the subconscious mind works, this in turn changes how the conscious mind works so that you will see things in rational, logical way that doesn’t create negative self-talk. Hypnotherapy sessions often include the benefit of soothing music at strategic points,helping you to relax even more, and absorb the information whilst the therapist guides you with gentle suggestions, positive language, and life changing imagery. You will always be in control at all times, able to awaken immediately should the need arise and attend to anything that you need to. Hypnotherapy cannot make you do anything or say anything that you would not normally say or do, and it will never coerce you to try to.
Think positively. Remind yourself that the world is not out to get you, but rather you’re just experiencing some of the rough spots of daily life.
Problem-solve. Identify the specific problem that is causing the anger and approach it head-on, even if the problem does not have a quick solution.
Communicate with others. Angry people tend to jump to conclusions. Slow down and think carefully about what you want to say. Listen carefully to what the other person is saying. At times, criticism may actually be useful to you. Try talking about your feelings with someone you trust.
Manage stress. Make sure to set aside personal time to deal with the daily stresses of work activities, and family.
Relaxation. Breathe deeply from your diaphragm (your belly, not your chest) and slowly repeat a calming word or phrase like “take it easy.” Think of relaxing experiences, such as sitting on a beach or walking through a forest. This is the foundation stone of Hypnotherapy! Try listening to music, writing in a journal, exercising, and meditating.
Change the scene. Maybe a change of environment would help reduce angry feelings. For example, if your friends are angry frequently and/or make you angry, consider making some new ones who may contribute more to your self-confidence and well-being.
It was not until my wife recorded me one morning when I came downstairs, that I realised I had to do something about my temper and foul moods.
On reflection, I would get up in the morning feeling angry and irritable for no apparent reason. I would snap at my wife and this would set us up for the day and we would barely talk to each other. I downloaded the recording out of desperation because our relationship was on a downward spiral and it was my fault.
I am not sure how this works but it has for me. There are several techniques offered in the session that are to be used when the feelings come on and only I know I am using them. Our relationship is now back on track and even our friends have noticed how much closer we are.