We all have the ability to sense or feel emotions according to the situational demands. When an individual thinks positive or achieve any goal, he feels happiness. When someone experience unexpectedly bad he or she feels sadness. Changing in emotions describe how a person sense them in different circumstances. Similarly, feeling of anger is natural emotion that every human being experience at some point in his or her life. If we seen in positive spectrum, anger is a common vigorous sentiment but it can be severe to an extreme that could make negative impact on relationships, health and state of mind. Anger can be destructive emotion for anyone if he doesn’t know it’s handling on various events. In old times people express their anger by doing wars through weapons to show dominancy on opponents. Whereas, in present era people not only identify their source of aggression but also have knowledge to release their angry emotions in better way but sometime it is much hard to release aggression in an appropriate manner.
Miss Afreen Naseem completed M.Phil from Institute of Clinical Psychology. After completion of study she worked at Pakistan Institute of Learning and Living as a Research Assistant/Clinical Psychologist. Her skills are in the domain of Psychotherapy Psychological and IQ assessment, Interview and History Taking, skilled in Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral therapy and Family therapy.
Editor: Mr. Wakeel Murad
When an individual perceived himself mistreated or unfair he tends to express his feelings through aggressive acts. Expression of anger is normal and healthy until it doesn’t harm oneself or others but unfortunately people don’t control on their anger and they show it in an inappropriate way.
Our bodily changes indicate us the severity of aggression, increase in heart pulse, palpitation, sweating, blood pressure and change in the level of adrenaline and non adrenaline hormone are common sign and symptoms. When an individual initiate to confront the threat situation, usually he overwhelm by aggressive feelings that make changes in his cognition and physiology. Current findings suggest that offensiveness, hunger, physical pain, disappointments, financial loss, mental illness and drug addiction are the common factors that force a person to become aggressive for an undetermined time or period.
Different kind of health issues may be arise because of uninhibited and unsolved aggression, which could be headache, backache, cardiovascular disease, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, digestive problems, stroke, hypertension and pain in lower abdomen.