As humans we know how important venting is.
That’s why buildings have air bricks fitted and engines have breathers fitted to allow the engine to vent.
If these things were not put in place then wooden floors would rot and engines would blow gaskets.
The animal kingdom appears to use this principle more instinctively, when a zebra has narrowly missed death from a lion, it will shake, twitch and jump around, venting and discharging the emotional charge.
However, when it comes to us living in the modern world, we don’t often take the time to vent and discharge from what is bothering us.
Instead we tend to bottle it all up until dis-ease or pain strikes.
Allow a little time to each day to acknowledge how you are feeling and vent the tension in any way you know how.
A few ideas are kick, scream, punch, write, draw, ring a towel, talk or run.