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... Anger is a common symptom of depression. Psychotherapy and antidepresent medication are generally effective for the treatment of depression. ... (7 replies)
Intense Anger
Jan 26, 2014
... hormones, blood sugar, malnutrition. Feed your body basic things you need like sunlight, healthy food, movement, sleep and regular meals. You may have nutritional deficiencies. Supplements like ashwagandha can help take the edge off. ... (1 replies)
... t want people to write unless they have experienced anger issues themselves, and this is of course understandable, but the way you said it annoyed me because people here are trying to help you, so just be a bit nicer about it please. ... (2 replies)

Anger problems
Jul 1, 2011
... I have anger problems too and have said and done somethings I feel awful for doing but I am learning to take a deep breath, close my eyes and relax myself inside because sometimes I just shake and get so frustrated. ... (6 replies)
... anxiety and depression. ... (2 replies)
... about 3 or so years ago I decided my temper was a problem went to counseling and was eventually warmed to the idea of medication. But I just dont have the luxury of time anymore to figure out what why and work on calming. ... (23 replies)
... 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 feelings of rage. ... (5 replies)
... I second what Sannah has said. The one and only person with whom you are angry is yourself. You have not expressed your needs, feelings and thoughts and this has made you increasingly mad. You may have thought you were doing this to be nice, supportive, patient, etc. ... (10 replies)
... You might want to check with your local Family Services Association if there is one in your area. They may be able to point you in the right direction, for anger management for kids. Also, would recommend consulting with the school social worker if there is one. ... (3 replies)
... geaholism" but I don't know if that's a pop psychology term or a real diagnosis. ANYWAY, a psychiatrist can probably help you. I don't know of any OTC treatments and I wouldn't necessarily recommend them if I did. ... (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! What if anything can I take, I lose all control and dont know what I am saying or doing. I have the uncontrolable urge to hurt the person I am arguing with! ... (5 replies)
... advise you not go on medication, but to do some soul searching and looking at your behavior that you do not like or finds leads you towards negative consequences and make some plans for positive alternative responses, and other things that you can do to change. ... (5 replies)
... you know i have been with a guy for almost a year now and we are going to be getting married next year anbd we have some of the same problems. ... (3 replies)
... before you menstruate or both, right before and while you are menstruating.It can last for a few days, if not the whole week. Keep a log, so you arent dx with BiPolar or something else you might not have. ... (5 replies)
... please dont make excuses for his actions. he should never raise his hands to you, shake you or even temp hitting you. this is a big red flag and you need to take this warning before its too late. please seak counceling, speak to a close family member you can trust. ... (3 replies)
... I am currently involved with someone who is on Klonopine for anger and outbursts. I read quite a bit about the drug before posting this, but it seems that most people are on Klonopine for anxiety. ... (2 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)
... this is really important, especially for you jocelyn, since you said you've felt angry and anxious "for a long time now... ... (5 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)
... First I want to say, good for you for acknowledging that you have an anger problem. ... (2 replies)


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