Diseases Nervous

Why Do I Feel Nervous?

Published at 01/25/2012 20:13:39


How often did you raise your voice to others when you didn’t understand or didn’t listen, trying to impose yourself in a violent manner or with verbal violence? How many times did anger blow your concentration to work or ruin your good mood? How many times did you throw harsh words to the loved ones? I wonder how many of these reasons you have angered about even deserved for you to get angry. Likely there is a small percentage or even none ...
How often did you have to endure other people nervous breakdowns? When we are nervous we tend to raise our voices, to speak words that often get painful and have regrettable repercussions, we make gestures with our hands or feet, we slam doors and are aggressive. If we pause briefly to analyze the reasons that overloaded our nervous system and ruined our good mood, I noticed that many of these reasons don’t worth the effort. All of this would be resolved more easily without anger.
Anger is a method of defense and occurs when we feel helpless, threatened, attacked (physical, verbal or personal, etc.). How can we calm ourselves when we feel angry?


Five methods to calm down when you're angry.
Although at first impression seems funny to think about your breathing when you feel "exploding" with anger, this thought can come in handy during an nervous breakdown. When you feel anger, breathe deeply five times. The number is given to focus your attention on the count; we chose five because it is less harmful, you can breathe deeply again change the blood pH and you may get dizziness.
Say it out loud and with calm voice that between you and your partner persists a tension. Ask him to explain what is the tension all about and then see what you can do to fix the problem brought into question. Unfortunately, this method can be applied not only to people who have some degree of culture, in some environments in which people grow to be "educated", in this case violence is not a method... In the latter case it is advisable to ask for a break.
Abandonment discussion - if you notice that a discussion took a sensitive issue and you have an opinion different from the dialogue partner, then abandon the topic, just say you have different opinions and would not want to talk about that topic. Then quickly change the idea of dialogue. Unfortunately we can not always leave a conversation, in which case you can use the first two methods of relief.
By not achieving your personal needs we to become angry or very angry. Among these needs we can enumerate the physiological needs like love or the need for affiliation, etc.. Whenever you happen to come from work for example angry and raise your voice to your loved ones? In those moments they probably feel anxiety, addressing in these situations is difficult and consists mainly in view the good things in your life. We all have have problems ...we just have to manage then properly.


We have emotions so when we are afraid of something, for example an exam or a speech, we become nervous a little and we are particularly cranky. To calm your emotions and fears it can be very easy if you think of people who had good results and to those that failed before. By any action involving the risk of failure we should be glad that we have the chance to sustain that exam or speech.

As every action has reaction, any good thing implies something bad. Learn to always look to the bright side.

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