Everyone has been angry and knows what anger is and feels like. Anger comes in all different ways

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Everyone has been angry and knows what anger is and feels like. Anger comes in all different ways and has a variety of triggers. Anger is a natural emotion, that everyone experiences. However, continual anger can become destructive and problematic over time. Over recent years, there has been a shocking increase in the amount of anger found reported from our youth. The recent increase in anger among the youth especially in classrooms has caused many things including; against elderly and in schools, road rage, and other impulsive actions. This “epidemic” as many people referred to it as, has brought much concern among parents, teachers, and experts. This has puzzled several peers and experts, which in turn has motivated many people to become…show more content…
Anger is expressed in many ways and is an expression that human beings, as well as animals use in order to show others around them their feelings of frustration.
There are several triggers that can provoke anger. Such things that make people angry are: alcohol, hunger, traffic, mental illness, pain and grief. Not only can these things make you angry, but if left untreated, can potentially lead to severe health problems. If these anger problems are uncontrolled or unsolved it can lead to problems such as backaches, headaches, strokes, heart attacks, or high blood pressure. Not only do physical problems result from uncontrolled anger, but so do mental ones. In fact, often those dealing with anger, suffer from some form of depression, self injury, alcohol/drug abuse, low self esteem, or even eating disorders. There are several symptoms that can help you identify if you are struggling with managing your anger. The emotional symptoms that are most commonly seen with poorly managed anger are depression, guilt, the desire to lash out verbally, resentment, and irritation. Some of the physical symptoms include pacing, using rude remarks, losing your humor, screaming or crying, lashing out physically, and fidgeting with one hand. Not every case of anger management shows these symptoms, but some individuals are able to identify their onset of intense anger with these

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