“A foolish person allows his anger to run wild, but a wise person keeps himself under control” (Proverbs 29:11).
Most events in our life evoke many emotions within us and we need them. We regulate them almost spontaneously based on our consciousness and other factors. An exaggerated response to our emotions can lead to undesirable consequences. Regarding an angry temperament, we find the causes are many. These include perceived threat, jealousy, resentment, deprivation, various mental or physical disorders, a history of abuse or neglect in childhood, permissive or inconsistent upbringing, modeling of an angry parent, painful feelings or unresolved bitter conflicts, street drugs, toxic effects of certain medications, and synthetic food additives or alcohol. Often several of these factors combine to create the angry person.
Essentially, uncontrolled anger is a bad habit, so learn to control your emotions. Every habit—good or bad—has a corresponding neural pathway in the brain. Indulge a habit and an epinephrine rush releases a flood of angry hormones and neurotransmitters that in turn activate the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex that is responsible for reducing the inhibition capability of your brain. When you cool down, your brain can call on the rest of the brain regions to handle your anger at an adult-level cognitive control of emotions. Then you can positively redirect your energy to do something that pleases God. The brain processes that control anger in children, adolescents, and adults with hormonal and neurological deficits may explain why these groups show slow integration of planned positive behaviors that are stored in specialized regions of the brain. The Scriptures do not define any age group as incapable of loving Jesus Christ. All are capable of fine-tuning their behavior based on the lifestyle of Jesus Christ. So the crucial strategies in coping with the anger habit at any age are to:
a) Obey the teachings of the Bible to make proper decisions; avoid risky, antisocial behavior and control impulses;
b) “Transform or fine-tune your mind” through the work of the Holy Spirit; and
c) The use of recommended supplements for anger management can significantly shift the odds in favor of self-control.“Get rid of all bitterness, rage, settled feelings of anger, harsh words, lying and hatred. Instead, be kind and tender to one another, forgiving each other, just as God forgave you because Christ has forgiven you” (Ephesians 4:31–32). “Stop being angry! “Turn away from rage!“Do not lose your cool—it only leads to harm” (Psalm 37:8).
“Spirit-controlled people regulate their emotions; they earn respect by being gracious to others” (Proverbs 19:11).
“It is better to be patient than to fight; better to control your anger than conquer a city” (Proverbs 16:32).
“Love blossoms when a fault is forgiven, but those who talk about it separate friends” (Proverbs 17:9).
“Don’t make friends or go around with hot-tempered people, or you will become like them and ruin your life” (Proverbs 22:24–25).
Recommended Supplements: Neuro Relaxer, Cool and Calm, Vitamin B-6, Natural 5-HTP, Brain Food, Calcium, Bone Density (calms the central nervous system) or Coral Calcium Plus (some may also need L-Taurine, and L-Glutamine to increase alpha brain waves and reduce excitatory beta waves).
Rule out allergic reaction to food and other toxic substances such as paints, alcohol, antibacterial sprays, etc.
Biofeedback and neuro-feedback with transformation of brain image training can be quite effective. If no improvement in anger management is seen after 4–6 weeks, ask your doctor to do a laboratory test for (l.c.) Kryptopyrroles (the mauve factor 94).
If anger is accompanied by depression, fatigue, dementia, or another disorder, look under those headings for recommendations., look under those titles for recommendation.
Note: You don’t have to order all the supplements listed for each health condition. Start with the first one to three products, based on your needs. Take supplements for a minimum of one month (in severe cases longer) until relieved of the symptoms. Then take supplements on and off for maintenance.
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