Road Rage Directory
Road rage can be very dangerous for you and for others on the road and causes many accidents every year. Road rage may stem from irritation from a stressful day and may have little to do with someone else on the road. Some things to do to reduce road rage include getting enough rest, giving yourself time to get to where you're going to avoid stress, not returning offensive gestures, and taking other anger management steps. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about road rage, anger management, stress relief tips, and much more.
Anger Management Tips
WebMD explains anger and managing anger.
What's the Link Between Stress and Heart Disease?
WebMD looks at the connection between stress and heart disease, including ways to lower stress levels.
Men and Anger Management
Anger is a very powerful emotion that can stem from feelings of frustration, hurt, annoyance, or disappointment. Learn more from WebMD on managing this normal human emotion.
Road Rage Root Cause
Road rage has happened to more than half of all drivers. Here's what to do to avoid being a road rager and to avoid other ragers.
Anger Control for Men
Anger can be both healthy and unhealthy. Learn what causes it and what you can do to make it work for you, not against you.
Driving Is Hazardous to Your Health
Road rage, cell phones, inattentive drivers, pollution -- and that's just on a good day.
Rein In the Rage: Anger and Heart Disease
Experts explore the connection between anger and heart disease, and give tips for getting your anger under control.