What is another word for fighting mad?
[ fˈa͡ɪtɪŋ mˈad], [ fˈaɪtɪŋ mˈad], [ f_ˈaɪ_t_ɪ_ŋ m_ˈa_d]
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Synonyms for Fighting mad:
adj.• Other relevant words: (adjective)
- bent out of shape,
- tee'd off,
- steamed up,
- in a tizzy,
- ticked off,
- teed off,
- hopping mad,
- peeved off,
- t'd off,
- pissed off.
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words:
How to use "Fighting mad" in context?
When something happens that we don't like, our brain releases chemicals called hormones. These hormones cause our body and emotions to react. The hormones that are released when we're angry are called adrenalin and cortisol.
Adrenalin makes us feel excited and ready to fight and run away. It also causes our heart rate to increase and our breathing to become faster. Cortisol makes us feel tired and sleepy and can cause a person to feel nauseous.
The brain releases adrenalin and cortisol in response to negative emotions like anger, stress, and sadness. The hormones help us to take action and to deal with the problem.
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