I disagree (obviously, as the OP of the other question), particularly with your analogies.
Playing on tilt is a pretty serious problem for many players, even experienced veterans. It also has consequences on betting that are pretty specific to poker.
There's a big difference between "what is a good strategy for handling a relatively common situation that can cause serious problems for my play" and "what's a good snack while [insert activity here]".
I don't believe the question is phrased to solicit personal anecdotes. So far the answers have given some pretty concrete tips, several of which are exclusively relevant to poker.
At worst, if there question results in far too many answers, each offering a few useful tips, they can be consolidated into a Community Wiki. While not a favorite format, this is what Community Wiki was intended to accomplish: create single resources to consolidate large volumes of useful and relevant suggestions into a comprehensive guide that addresses something that is likely to be of use to many visitors.