These days it seems as if no matter where you go or where you turn you encounter angry people, but these are the ones who are outwardly showing their extreme displeasure with the lemons life seems to be constantly throwing them. However, for a great many people the anger just seems to always simmer until the least little thing causes a major blow-up.
It is normal to feel angry, but the way you respond can oftentimes mean the difference between life and death literally. From a physiological standpoint the short term and long term impact of unmanaged anger can cause an increase in blood pressure and heart rate, at times significant enough to cause a heart attack or a stroke; digestive problems, abdominal pain, insomnia, heightened anxiety, depression and even skin problems. From a social standpoint it can jeopardize the safety and well being of loved ones, co-workers and an unsuspecting general public. Under certain circumstances it can also land you in jail..