Strategies For Controlling Your Anger

October 10, 2013 | Posted in: Health

Everybody gets angry, but out-of-control rage isn't good for you or those around you. When you can't control your anger, you may get into fist-fights or drive recklessly, for example, endangering yourself and others. But anger also plays havoc with your own body. Research shows that anger can increase people's — especially men's — chances of developing coronary heart disease and having worse outcomes if they already have heart disease.1 Anger can also lead to stress-related problems, such as insomnia, digestive problems, and headaches. You can learn to control your anger, however. In one study for example, cognitive-behavioral therapy improved people's control of their anger and reduced their hostility, aggression, and depression.2 Here are some strategies you can use to simmer down. If you are in a relationship with a hot-tempered partner, you could both benefit from these techniques.


Simple relaxation tools, such as deep breathing and relaxing imagery, can help soothe angry...

Building Up One’s Health

January 07, 2013 | Posted in: Health

People who are tired of carrying extra weight around are seeing the results they want through the Cellan diet. Quick and effective weight loss is possible -- surely the countless episodes of “The Biggest Loser” we’ve sat through have taught us at least that much -- but needless to say, losing weight takes effort. Still, you can double your efforts by participating in the Cellan diet. That effort comes down to mustering up sufficient willpower to choose healthy meal options, forsake the TV for an afternoon stroll, and then wrestle with the certainty that there will be times when you will hit a wall. It happens to the best of us, so don’t let these instances tear down what you’ve built up: your health. Stay looking great in clothes you actually like. Continue exercising and taking your Cellan supplements if they’re working out nicely for you....
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