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AYURVEDA

As per Ayurveda, anger, as a psychological reaction, tends to increase with the increase of the pitta dosha.

What would be the primary step to control anger?

The answer lies in the consumption of a simple diet-regime that includes only simple bland and non spicy foods. In spite of this diet, if anger persists, a drop of sandalwood oil may be added to the center of the forehead, the to the throat, the breastbone, to the navel., temples and wrists. Prior to going to bed you may apply a teaspoon of coconut oil on your scalp and the soles of the feet, accompanied by a warm bath.

The practice of pranayam is another favored remedy, including a yogic breathing exercise that can enable to dissipate anger. The moment the bouts of anger are felt, roll your tongue, making a tube of it; breathe deeply through your tongue opening down into the belly. Now hold your breath in your lower belly for half a minute exhaling slowly through the nose. This breathing pattern can be practiced for a total of 12 to 24 breaths, twice daily.

Another expert suggests inserting a cotton ball in the right nostril and breathing only through the left nostril for about only through the left ear for about only through the left ear for between 6 and 12 hours. Religiously following these techniques will only promote the opening of channels to the right part of the brain, cooling down anger.

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