What Leads to Anger?
Failure of the Cerebral Cortex to analyze, accept, modify, understand or take corrective measures can prompt the emotional cortex to lead to anger.
Anger can be caused by both external and internal events. You could be angry at a specific person (such as a coworker or supervisor) or event (a traffic jam, a cancelled flight), or your anger could be caused by worrying or brooding about your personal problems. Memories of traumatic or enraging events can also trigger angry feelings. Some points that lead to anger are :
• People not giving clarification.
• Someone insults you, hurts your ego.
• When people do not honour their commitments/ promise.
• When people do not care about your wishes, problems, needs.
• Subordinates do not work up to your expectations.
• You are short of time, in a hurry.
• Things you did in the past leading to loss of money, reputation, relationships.
• Someone cheats you moneywise, a supply of goods, bad quality good.
• Someone does not behave according to your expectations.
• Someone/circumstances stop you from achieving your goals.
• Your work needs concentration. Someone disturb it.
• Health not permitting you to do what you like.
What happens when you are angry?
1. Release of adrenaline
2. Increased blood pressure
3. Increased heart rate
4. Spasm of arteries
5. Increased acid in the stomach
6. Increased breathing rate
8. Increased fat in the blood
10. Heart attack
6. Breaking objects
8. Making a threat
1. Bad reputation
2. Loss of good friends
3. Bad family relationship, divorce
4. Loss of business
5. Loss of emotional support, bad health, depression