1. Plan Your Route
- Plan your route before you leave your home or office
- Check online for any traffic congestion
- Knowing that there is traffic will keep you prepared for a delay, keeping your stress level low
Drivers tend to get more frustrated when they’re getting late. Leave early and give yourself even time to reach your destination .
3.Get Enough Sleep
Studies have shown that there is a direct link between sleep deprivation and road rage. Drivers who are sleep deprived tend to be more aggressive behind the wheel.
“A national epidemic of sleepiness is a contributing factor to road rage, according to the National Sleep Foundation.”
4.Turn Down The Bass
Aggressive music with high bass tends to increase aggressiveness of the driver. Prefer playing low bass music in your car.
5.Deep Breaths & Relax
Whenever you feel angry at another driver, try a deep breathing exercise to calm yourself down. Be kind to others on the road. Maybe they are in a severe emergency.