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Anger Issues Test
Pseudobulbar affect?: This might be something called pseudobulbar affect. I would start with your family physician for initial evaluation. Depending on findings he or she could refer you for either a neurologic evaluation or a psychiatric evaluation (or both). ...Read more
M38, Iritable, Angry. My DHT is 3.56 and ref range is 0.85-3.37, so i am just over. What to do about it? Problem? making my iritable? other tests ok.
3.56: Those numbers are so close to each other that it should not be an issue. I doubt that is making you irritable and suggest you see your doctor and/or a psychologist. You don't want to remain irritable. ...Read more
If nurse was angry can she take old syringe from container while she said me to turn around to take my blood test because i messed toilet n she clean.
Probably not: This would be attempted murder. The hospital is not very private and there's always a risk of being observed. She would never work again and would go to prison. Someone smart enough to be a nurse wouldn't take the risk. Be a gentleman if you make a mess, apologize, offer to help. Nurses tend to be more understanding of human weakness than most other folks. ...Read more
I have alreadyy taken a test and have came up negative and no period for a month? Lifestyle still the same but angry more and stressed more?What is it
My mother didn't feel well last weekend. She just went to the dr. for a stress test and right when she got home she yelled and was nasty had anger?
Not the stress test: Stress test does not cause "stress" in the usual sense of the term. If you mother was upset, you should ask her why she behaved the way she did. There are likely other issues affecting her attitude. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get hyperventilation &passout for 15 min when am angry, tired or bad weather it feels like I am paralyzed i can hear & sense tests r normal, help! ?
Confusing: Hyperventilation comes frequently with anxiety attacks -- i don't know whether this could be causing your "passout" episodes or not. You say you can hear when you are passed out, so you are not unconscious. Feeling paralyzed could be a symptom of anxiety also. Please see your physician to explore these episodes further. You may need treatment for panic attacks or ongoing anxiety. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two thoughts: The possibilities here are numerous, but at least two that come to mind are 1) childhood developmental factors, and 2) anger as covering over other feelings. For the first one, if children aren't taught to deal with anger early on, they'll have trouble with it later. For the second one, anger can sometimes be an internal defense against other, more troubling feelings that are harder to express. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I agree with Dr. Fox: Cognitive behavioral therapy is excellent for dealing with anger problems. Anger management classes can teach you healthier ways to express anger. Getting physical through aerobic activity is an excellent way to help keep anger in check. There are more serene ways to do it – including tai chi, qi gong, acupuncture, massage & meditation. Avoid drugs & don't look alcohol as a solution. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See Below: Find out what triggers your anger. Are there any situations that increase your anger? Stress management, relaxation, self-care will help you with managing your environment better and will help you decrease some of the anger. Find a therapist who specializes in anger management to help you guide through the process. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There might be: Currently there are plenty of medications to treat many different mood/psychiatric illness, including anger/disruptive behaviors...You should get an evaluation--probably best by a psychiatrist...You may be surprised that you can find out why you are angry and manage it without medication... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer