ADOLESCENTS ANGER: A REVIEW
Sayeda Shifa Zaidi* and Aisha Perveen
Anger is one of our most powerful emotional reaction that affects the human body. It is described as an intense feeling in response to frustration, hurt, disappointment, or threatening. Adolescents with more disorders exhibit irritability and sensitivity rejection or criticism and vital emotions with behavioral manifestation. Although anger have some advantages and disadvantages both. The benefits of anger include overcoming fears and building confidence to oppose dangerous phenomenon or pressure which lead to the fight or flight response. Disadvantages of anger consist of excess anger serving as a numbing agent emotionally, physically, and cognitively. Physiologically, emotions are considered to commence from brain nucleus named as amygdale, part of brain responsible for identifying threats to our well-being, and relaying out an alarm when threats are identified that result in taking steps to protect ourselves. In Unani system of medicine Ibn-e-Sina a well known unani physician was the first who described the relationship between psychology and medicine. It is important to know the harmful outcomes of anger and proper ways to manage anger.
Keywords: Anger, Adolescents, Unani, Management.
[Full Text Article]