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Statistics has shown that road rages has been increased over the years Where do you usually feel the most impatient and angry If you are like the most of people driving in traffic is probably high on your list No matter what you do it remains the same Looking at most major highways these days you probably would think you were on a racetrack instead of a roadway For being that there are three excellent reasons for becoming a less aggressive driver First driving aggressively is not healthy for you Second you ended up saving your life and getting the place you want to go safely Third when you are aggressive you put yourself passenger and everyone around you in extreme danger When you are an aggressive driver your blood pressure goes up your grip on the wheel tightens your eyes are strained and your thoughts are spinning out of control You would feel a lot worst than before you get into the car But when you make the right decision to become a less aggressive driver you start using your time in the car to relax Driving is not like on the racetrack plus you dont own the road either On the other hand try to see your driving not only as a way of getting somewhere but as a chance to breathe and to reflect Rather than tensing your muscles see if you can relax them instead I even have a few records that are specifically suited toward muscular relaxation Sometimes I pop one and listen By the time I reach my destination I feel more relaxed than I did before Eventually you will feel better when you get off from your car Besides the time will feel a lot shorter and happier than those people who are aggressive Going fast does not help It goes without saying when you see drivers speeding past you or cut your lane so that
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