字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey there! Welcome To Life Noggin. Arrrr!!!! Arrrr!!! I can’t do it, I can’t be mad... Anger can come from anywhere - from certain people or events, to even past memories. But research shows that anger can negatively affect relationships and even lead to bad health. Some studies show that anger can increase blood pressure, prolong reaction times, and even impair decision-making., Researchers have even found an association between negative emotions or anger and conditions like heart disease, bulimia, and type 2 diabetes. And repressing anger can have bad consequences as well. Anger suppression has been linked to anxiety, depression, hypertension, and high blood pressure., Despite all those negatives, expressing anger in a constructive way can actually be beneficial. To help with this video I brought on my good friend SomethingElseYT. ADAM: Did you put me in this video because you think I'm an angry person? Blocko: well no...I just… ADAM: because I'm not!!!! ADAM: ...Anyways! Research shows that in social situations expressing anger can actually increase an individual’s power and control, and even help them in negotiations or confrontations. And psychologists have found that angry episodes actually helped strengthen relationships around 50 percent of the time Due to an improved understanding of the person and problem. But they note that only constructive anger expression between the two parties is beneficial - in which one person expresses their anger, in an assertive, non-aggressive manner, and the other reacts appropriately to help solve the problem or concern. BLOCKO: Anger can also have physical benefits. In a small study on athletes, researchers found that performance in a physical task was significantly greater for participants that were angry compared to those who were happy or neutral before completing the task. And while they didn’t find any difference between the groups during cognitive tasks, other research indicates that anger can actually boost creativity, though only for a short period of time. So, what’s the best way to express your anger? Well, it turns out that ranting may not be the best choice, sorry! As a study on rant-themed websites found that this just made people angrier. And breaking stuff may not work so well either, again, possibly leaving you even angrier afterward. So you can forget about replacing therapy with those Break Rooms. Even though they’re really fun! ADAM: But a popular method of managing negative emotions is through something called affect labeling - which is when you put your feelings into words. This can be done through talk therapy or even just by writing them down. Research would suggest that this method may work by diminishing the emotional reactivity in your brain. Whatever the reason, studies have shown that it’s an effective method of regulating emotions. BLOCKO: A study on chronic pain sufferers found that patients who wrote about their anger significantly increased their control over pain, decreased their depressed mood, experienced a marginal improvement in their pain severity, and were more likely to try to make sense of their emotions compared to those who wrote about neutral topics. In addition to talking or writing about it, there are lots of healthy ways of dealing with your anger. You could take a break to let yourself calm down, try to solve the problem that caused the anger, or release tension through relaxation or humor., And if you feel your anger is out of control or hurting your relationships, you can always seek help through therapists and other medical professionals. Just don't do what he's doing. ADAM: I'm expressing myself Blocko. AAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! Adam continues shooting flames. So do you think you’re an angry person? Was there an event that made you the most angry you’ve ever been? If you feel comfortable with sharing, let us know in the comment section below. Don’t forget to check out SomeThingElseYT’s channel, he’s very talented and makes incredible videos! freshman year like any kid or teen starting school i had this mindset of "i need to act a certain way to fit in" or "i need to like what everyone else likes to be cool and whatever". An exhausting and annoying mindset to have because I could never express myself properly without feeling as if i was doing something wrong. As always my name is Blocko! This has been Life Noggin! Don’t forget to keep on thinking.