For me, tilt went away as confidence came. If you're confident that you made the right decision the outcome doesn't hit as hard. Combined with the realisation that on average you'll run AA over KK, flush over flush etc. just as much as everyone else I'm pretty much tilt proof.
Bonus tip. Play within your bankroll so swings don't hit you that hard.
Sometimes I have a feeling that to many unbelievable loses happening to me, like losing all-in with 99,5% winning probability. Situations that looks like someone control it and make me lose, that time I am nervous. Then I read a forum like this and people are saying it is happening all the time, its a poker and math, that take me back to calm mood. Nothing make me more angry than that, someone fake the game, scammers and cheaters. As far as everybody play obeying the rules, i have no problem with how people play and any anger that comes is within myself, no outside. When I realize it helps me to take over control.
After the last loss and an offensive departure with aces on bubble, I took a break for a week) Yesterday I went to play and immediately the final table in a small tournament, but it's still nice) Yes, anger in poker will definitely not help)
A week of failures is a very long time. I usually have a series of bad days and good ones. It is important to pay attention to your mistakes, watch hand replays and learn lessons. So the rest will be useful.