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... i used to swallow my anger and frustration which led to depression, anxiety, panic and all that...NOT a good thing!! ... (5 replies)
... There are things you can take to help with that kind of rage. I see a psych and am on meds for depression, anxiety, and some to help with the anger/rage. Recently my anxiety med was increased because my pdoc thought maybe my anxiety was causing my increase in anger. It is best to see a psychiatrist and tell them how you are feeling, especially when you start getting these... (5 replies)
... big, big difference. A psychiatrist can prescribe medication, while the others can't. I have had a rage problem, nothing like yours, but bad enough to lose friends and family, for a little less than thirty years. ... (6 replies)

... I have problems with rage myself, but they aren't as sudden and violent as yours. I control my rage by seeing therapists, healers, avoiding really toxic people and situations, and by controlling my diet. ... (6 replies)
... I am recovered, without the help of medication, or therapy. However my anger problems made me murderously violent, attempted murders and such, anger towards strangers and loved ones, thus my situation was different, but perhaps what i have learned may help you. ... (12 replies)
... so, if you had serious anger and rage issues and some meds helped... please chime in. please add any notable side effects as well. ... (0 replies)
Flashes of rage
Sep 24, 2008
... ard pup who is not an easy pup compared to previous pups that I have had.I feel like my blood pressure spike's and thats when I get those flashes.For mr I take a medication called Inderal which holds the blood pressure in check and helps with the physical sign's of stress which usually trigger's those hot flashe's for me. ... (2 replies)
Anger issues
Feb 15, 2007
... till then i'm trying to find ways to keep my cool without having medication as i don't like the way it messes with my perception and musical creativity. whenever i took meds i felt lifeless and miserable. ... (23 replies)
... your needs and your feelings, at that time, it's not in anger. Anger and rage come from being denied either from someone else or by yourself, which is most often the case. ... (10 replies)
... i think alot of people who have rage and show it to their loved ones are those who can sometimes control their rage but decide not to. ... (10 replies)
... intense feelings of anger or rage. Trust me, anger issues DO cause anxiety! I only take mine as needed. I have the waffers so they work within seconds when I need it. ... (2 replies)
... f just taking it 2 weeks a month, I took it daily because I thought it would work better if it had a steady level in my body. It worked really well to muffle my anger spells. They still happened, but at a more controllable level and not nearly so wild. ... (19 replies)
... It's a little more complicated than that. Rage is never a symptom all by itself, even if it seems like it. You really need a professional, experienced psychiatrist to diagnose you. ... (5 replies)
... That kind of rage can be a symptom of a lot of psychiatric disorders that aren't labeled "anger". They're labeled depression, bipolar disorder, borderline personality, etc. ... (5 replies)
... Ok so I have an anger control problem! What can I do. Its like I will just flip a swith and go into a rage! ... (5 replies)
... I've been diagnosed with depression, I'm not bipolar, but I know that rage is a sign of mania. Some of the antidepressants I've tried have made me more prone to mania and rage. So does chocolate. ... (7 replies)
... Bip69, Only a doctor can tell whether or not RitaF's anger/rage is coming from bipolar disease or not. We can only tell her whether or not we have had the same symptoms she is experiencing and possibly tell her of medications that might be of assistance to her. You contradicted yourself in your posts by first telling RitaF that it was "NOT" bipolar disease then telling... (53 replies)
Is it Possible?
Mar 11, 2008
... Ok..I am an 18 year old female. And for the past couple years I have noticed that my anger has become more frequent and to say the least, its pretty uncontrolable. I seem to take it out on my family more often then not. ... (2 replies)
... wow, gadget, if i didn't know any better, i'd swear you were my brother! he has quite a bit of rage issues as well. ... (44 replies)
... since in men you more often see anger as the emotion they will be most comfortable channeling. ... (10 replies)




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