Most of us have been there…feeling the blinding anger provoked by a specific circumstance, encounter or injustice. Well-meant outrage followed by rage about GMOs, environmental destruction or corruption in the medical establishment, along with a host of everything else that gets under your skin. Other times your anger may manifest as an interpersonal dispute or issue with a coworker. Even the hapless stranger is fair game. It doesn’t really matter the trigger, but one aspect is certain: chronic anger is bad for health, plain and simple. Anger and rage are held by the body in specific ways, getting trapped in the joints, cells and organs and building a hot bed of disease.