Anger physical and psychological consequences. Why do people get

Anger is a strong emotional response. This is a mood that includes “strong dissatisfaction, usually hostility”. Anger arises when a person feels that their personal boundaries are or will be violated. Angry people also experience physical conditions such as increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, adrenaline and norepinephrine.

Although anger seems to be a harmless, normal emotion expressed in daily life, it can still have a negative effect on physical, psychological and spiritual aspects in many ways. Humans can’t avoid anger. Research has shown that anger can be harmful.

If people ignore it, anger will not go away, it will cause more problems. Therefore, people should notice all these side effects and anger. When a person consciously chooses to take action and immediately stops the threat of another external force, anger becomes the primary sensation of behavior, cognition, and physiology. Anger produces a lot of physical and psychological consequences.

Why do people get angry?  Because everyday people may meet something that affects their mood, if things affect too much, the emotion will turn to anger.  Some people are offended by others.Why is it so hard for people to control their anger?. Because people have sinned. In the Genesis,Long ago, after Adam and eve left the garden of Eden, they had two sons. Abel was a shepherd, and Cain was a ploughman.

When it came to the day of offering to god, Cain took some of the land’s products to god; Abel offered some of the finest milk sheep. God saw Abel and his offerings and did not see Cain and his gifts. Cain was very angry. His face sank. The Lord said to Cain, “why are you so angry and your face has changed? If you do well, you will be accepted. On the contrary, sin is like a demon lurking at your door. It is waiting for you, and you will be controlled by it.

Cain said to his brother Abel, “let us go into the wild.” When they got there, Cain began to kill his brother. Then god asked Cain, “where is your brother Abel?” Cain replied, “I don’t know. I’m not guarding him.” God said, “what have you done? Listen! The blood from your brother is crying to me from the ground.

You are accused, you will be exiled, and you will be removed from this land which will devour the blood of your brother who is slain by you. You will cultivate it, and the land will not grow good. You will be a vagrant and a wanderer. Cain said to god, “I cannot bear this punishment. Today you drive me out of here, and I will not appear before you again. I will be a vagrant and a wanderer, and all who meet me may kill me.

God replied, “no, if someone kills Cain, he will be punished sevenfold.” God gave Cain a mark so that the man who met him would not kill him. So Cain went away from god to the land of nod, to the east of Eden. Cain was guilty of anger (Genesis:4).

In light of the root of anger, this emotion impacts the body, mind and spirit.