MANAGING ANGER & STRESS TO STAY FOCUSED AT WORKPLACE (TRAINING HRDF CLAIMABLE)


Factors That Affect Anger and Stress



Prolonged exposure to anger and stress can take a toll on our physical health. It can raise our blood pressure which instigates other issues that affect us physically and emotionally. It can negatively impact our relationships as well. Beyond that, we can also develop negative habits as a response to excessive levels of anger and stress that become more difficult to control over time. Either of these effects can result in more anxiety.

In order to begin managing the adverse effects of stress and anger, we need to look at how these emotions impact our lives.
We should attempt to control them by understanding factors that affect anger and stress and coping strategies for better management.

Perception
Certain events can trigger anger or stress in many people. The degree of anger or stress experienced has to do with how a person perceives and interprets what is happening to them.

Personality Traits
Some people have inborn personality traits that make them more susceptible to anger and stress. Some of these tendencies are seen early in life, but these tendencies can be mitigated.
  • Some people are naturally more observant than others. This trait can make them more likely to notice things that might make them angry—things that may go unnoticed by someone else.
  • Some people are naturally less comfortable with change, which can also cause stress and anger in certain situations.
  • Other people have a low tolerance for frustration and get angrier more easily than others. 
Attitudes
Our habitual thought patterns, which can be somewhat altered with practice, contribute to our experience of anger or stress.

Some people tend to interpret things negatively as a matter of habit. They may attribute someone else’s error to malicious or unkind motives, for example. They may take one negative event as a sign that more negative events are to come, which can contribute to anger and stress.

Healthy Coping Strategies
Anger and stress are natural experiences. The way we deal with conditions can make the difference between a healthy and unhealthy life.

With stress, for example, we can’t always prevent stressful events from occurring. However, managing stress through breathing exercises, journaling or other stress management techniques, we can learn to neutralize the effects of stress.

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