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Treatment for anger problems usually involves Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). With this approach the person learns to cope better with difficult situations, resolve relationship conflicts in a positive way, mentally handle emotional stress caused by day-to-day problems, as well as stress caused by illness, abuse, or other physical or mental traumas. If needed this approach is used to overcome chronic pain or other physical problems and to deal with grief more effectively. All of these issues and others can be contributing to the person’s anger problem. Another component of effective treatment is often the use of relaxation training, biofeedback, or mindfulness/meditation techniques to help the person learn to decrease physical arousal such as heart rate and adrenalin.