As humans, we are prone to experiencing a wide variety of emotions and feelings, both positive and negative ones. A lot of factors are responsible for how we feel, the people we relate with, what we spend our day doing, the food we eat, the drugs we take, medical history, etc. these emotions we feel are involuntary action controlled by the brains response to stimuli in our environment. The hippocampus, hypothalamus, and amygdalin located between the brain stem and the central hemisphere govern and regulate the emotions we feel. The type of emotions we feel stems from actions and inactions in our daily lives. Positive emotions like joy, forgiveness, pride, amusement, hope, pride, inspiration, love, gratitude, and serenity are often a result of satisfactory occurrences going on around us. These positive emotions cause a state of relaxation and also helps to boost our immune system. Negative emotions include anger, sadness, fear, sorrow, feeling hopeless and helpless, distress, and depression. These negative emotions cause damage to our body organs e.g. fear affects the kidney, anxiety affects the heart and sadness affects the heart and lungs Anger is a strong feeling of annoyance displeasure or hostility. Synonymous words used to describe this feeling are fury, vexation, irritability, ill-temper, road rage, annoyance, and wrath. Common emotions known to trigger anger are shame, sadness, fear, jealousy, hurt, embarrassment, worry, and guilt. There are several types of anger such as verbal anger, violate anger, retaliatory anger, passive anger, annoyance anger, justifiable anger, etc. but there are three main types of anger that determine how we react in certain situations.