Know The Cause Of Your Anger

Believe it or not, the amount of anger you take has a direct impact on your health. Following a healthy diet plan and exercising regularly are important prerequisites for good health. But, none of these are going to show the expected results on your body if you are under anger. In fact, it may cause digestion problems, increase cravings and unexpected weight gain. Lifestyle coach Luke Coutinho,...

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Embrace The Power Of Gratitude for Anger Management

As we enter the holiday season, many of us may be feeling a little more angered than usual. Many of my executive clients are feeling the weight of a year filled with market pressures, increased competition, longer working hours and higher performance expectations. And at home, digitization and always-on technology have blurred the boundaries between our work and personal lives, removing the...

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Anger in new mothers causes lasting health risks, depending …

African-American women undergo more physical “wear-and-tear” during the first year after giving birth than Latina and white women, a consequence that may have long-lasting health effects, according to a study of a diverse group of more than 2,400 low-income women. The study in today’s (Friday, Dec. 14) American Journal of Perinatology involved women of diverse racial and ethnic...

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How I Handle the Holiday Anger

Holidays and anger seem to go hand in hand! The shopping, cooking, and travel can lead to pressure at this time of year. I love the holidays and spending time with family and friends. However, I do not enjoy all of the chaos and running around. I love to see the joy on my son’s face as he opens his gifts. However, I dread shopping. The mere thought of going to the mall during the holidays can...

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10 Ways to Anger Management in the New Year

Get outdoors for Anger Management : Yes the weather outside is frightful, but that’s no reason to stay cooped up in the house or office. New Jersey is home to more than 50 state parks and numerous other sites for outdoor activities. On any smaller scale, a dose of fresh air can help to relieve anger and anxiety. Sunny-day bonus: Sunlight boosts serotonin levels, which help to fight anger. Blow...

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Exercise: A Sanctuary From Anger

Many years ago, when I was running a weight loss clinic for a university-associated hospital, new clients were asked about their motivation (or lack thereof) to exercise. Everyone answered that they might exercise if it helped them lose weight, and that would be the only reason for engaging in physical activity. For them, like so many, routine exercise was simply not a part of their lives. They...

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