Winter Park has a new way to help you get all of your stress and anger out. With Orlando’s new anger management rage room could help you dissolve those pandemic frustrations. Rage rooms, or smash rooms, have found their way to Orlando as a way to blow off some steam while having fun. The new Anger Management Rage Room Orlando planned to open on April 11, after starting to set up in February but were forced to delay their opening until May 9 due to the pandemic. But that’s ok, that delay just means your going to have even more fun building up that adrenaline to smash.
The Anger Management Rage Room in Orlando offers a controlled and safe environment where guests can break things without getting in trouble. The room is part of a franchise offering an innovative form of stress relief therapy where you don’t have to worry about cleaning up afterward.
The Rage Room offers a variety of packages including solo and tandem packs where you can break things with a friend, group rates for three or more people, and can be rented out for special events. Prices start at $35 for a 15-minute solo slot. Yes, they do birthdays.
Importance of mental health.
Mental Health issues have been attacking a lot of us since this pandemic first hit. Not many people understand and realize the importance of mental health no matter what form. Mental health can affect daily living, relationships, and physical health. However, this link also works in the other direction.
Factors in people’s lives, interpersonal connections, and physical factors can all contribute to mental health disruptions. Looking after mental health can preserve a person’s ability to enjoy life. Doing this involves reaching a balance between life activities, responsibilities, and efforts to achieve psychological resilience. Conditions such as stress, depression, and anxiety can all affect mental health and disrupt a person’s routine. Although the term mental health is in common use, many conditions that doctors recognize as psychological disorders have physical roots.
Why go to a rage room?
One huge reason why you’re on this page right now is that you are already stressed out. It’s just something that most of us can’t get rid of. No matter how much breathing exercises and yoga poses we try. So you may ask yourself if it’s so inevitable why should you even try to relieve your stress?
Stressful situations increase the level of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol in your body.
These are the “fight or flight” hormones that evolution has hard-wired into our brains and which are designed to protect us from immediate bodily harm when we are under threat. However, the stress in the modern age is rarely remedied by a fight or flight response, and so physical exercise can be used as a surrogate to metabolize the excessive stress hormones and restore your body and mind to a calmer, more relaxed state. A rage room can help you avoid stress since you’d be dealing with your anger as soon as you can. All the screaming and raging you want to do will be gone by the time you get home. You can even simulate scenarios that can help take this anger off your chest.
It’s just FUN!
It doesn’t matter if you want to bring your group of friends, your co-workers, or your family. The important thing is: you get to bond and have fun together! Office drama can be exhausting for everyone involved. A little team outing can help ease that tension a little bit. Why not destroy a few things to break the ice, right?
Feeling in control is a basic human need and one theory posits that deliberately destroying things is incredibly satisfying because it makes us feel powerful. Some people get a kick out of smashing stuff just because it’s usually forbidden, and that’s OK. But if you are struggling with a serious anger issue, skip the anger room and find a therapist.
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