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ANGER MANAGEMENT

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NHS Direct launch interactive videos on Sky

NHS Direct are launching new ‘life education’ videos on their Sky Digital interactive service tackling issues including anger management and sex education.

The service will be available to almost nine million viewers and will be added to the existing 3000 pages of information on 500 health topics available to viewers by pushing the red button.

Videos on anger management, talking to children about sex, healthy eating, exercise, childbirth and pregnancy will be shown as part of a series of videos looking at recovering from ‘the stresses and strains of life in the 21st century’.

You can get all the best bits of NHS Direct straight from your TV if you have Freeview or Sky Digital.

To access the service on Freeview, simply go to channel 108. If you can't access channel 108, you may need to retune or rescan your digital box or television so it sees the new channel. For more information about retuning, see the Freeview website.

To access the service on Sky Digital, press the INTERACTIVE button on the remote control, and scroll down the menu to NHS Direct Interactive and press the SELECT button.

ANGER MANAGEMENT

When you are angry, your body releases stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. Your heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and breathing increase. When your body has to cope with a large amount of stress hormones due to angry outbursts, it may respond by making you ill.
Some health conditions that are linked to uncontrolled or unresolved anger are:

  • headaches,

  • back ache,

  • high blood pressure,

  • insomnia,

  • skin conditions e.g. eczema,

  • digestive disorders e.g. irritable bowel syndrome (IBS),

  • heart attack, or

  • stroke.

Unresolved anger can weaken your immune system so that you are more likely to pick up colds, flu's and infections. You will be less able to recover from operations, accidents or major illnesses, if your immune system is weak. Anger also lowers your pain threshold so that you are more sensitive to pain.

Alternatively, angry and frustrated feelings may be suppressed (hidden or buried) and this can lead to:

  • anxiety,

  • low self esteem,

  • depression,

  • eating disorders,

  • self injury (harming yourself), or

  • misuse of drugs and/or alcohol.

LINKS:

http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/articles/article.aspx?articleId=1890

http://www.skyinteractive.com/sky/home/default.htm

http://www.freeview.co.uk/help/channels-programming/q3

 

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NORTON WEB SAFE

17 Feb 2015

 

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