(HealthDay News) -- Everyone gets angry, but not everyone knows how to express anger in a healthier way.
The Mayo Clinic suggests:
- Avoid violent reactions. It's OK to express anger, but do so in a calm, rational manner.
- Use anger in more positive and constructive ways.
- Use caution when limiting anger. Avoid internalizing it and getting angry at yourself or acting out in other ways.
- Take steps to calm down, keep your feelings under control and allow anger to subside before you address a problem.
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