If You’re Angry, That Email Can Wait
Dr. Oz’s best friend Michelle never makes an important decision when she’s feeling emotional per his advice. In the heat of the moment, if you're angry or upset, you experience a host of physical reactions called the “flight or fight response,” which include a rush of adrenaline, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure and tightened muscles. When this happens, your ability to make rational decisions is diminished. Making decisions from a calm, collected place is the best way to ensure you won’t regret them later.