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Anger When Asked About Drinking (Overview)

Anger when asked about drinking is a symptom in which a person drinks beer, vine, whisky or other alcohol-containing drinks, and he gets angry and/or defensive when asked about his drinking. This symptom can mean the person has a "drinking problem".


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I drink around 2 to 4 liters of water a day, will this cause me to retain water and gain weight? I ask because i was told it does... Thank you

I drink around 2 to 4 liters of water a day, will this cause me to retain water and gain weight? I ask because i was told it does... Thank you

Depends: We lose fluids through tears, sweat and even breathing. If the total amount of fluid you lose is less than what you drink, you will retain water and gain weight. If you lose more than you drink, you will lose weight. ...Read more

Anger When Asked About Drinking (Overview)

Anger when asked about drinking is a symptom in which a person drinks beer, vine, whisky or other alcohol-containing drinks, and he gets angry and/or defensive when asked about his drinking. This symptom can mean the person has a "drinking problem".


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Managing Anger (Tip)

Managing Anger

Generally, it isn't the anger; it's the unthinking reaction to it. Take a break before you break. ...See more

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Managing Anger (Checklist)

Be aware of internal stress and anxiety and count to 10
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Identify the source of stress; that is 90% of the solution
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Join a support group to help you cope
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27 female.Should I b worried to have hyperthyroidism & possibly antibody? Is it treatable? Can I avoid drinking radioactive iodine or removing my thyr

27 female.Should I b worried to have hyperthyroidism & possibly antibody? Is it treatable? Can I avoid drinking radioactive iodine or removing my thyr

Why worry??: Why are you worried about it? You doctor can easily assess your symptoms (if any) and do blood tests to see if you have any thyroid issues. IF you do have any thyroid disease, it is treatable and specific treatment depends on the condition. ...Read more

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What is the home remady for controling your anger what should I eat or drink to control my mind my angerness?

What is the home remady for controling your anger what should I eat or drink to control my mind my angerness?

Anger control: Hormonal changes, often makes teens moody. Get 8.5 to 9.5 hours of sleep per night as fatigue makes it harder to manage anger. Eat a well balanced diet that includes protein and complex arbs at each meal to avoid blood sugar fluctuation. Limit caffeine, energy drinks, alcohol, recreational drugs ; anabolic steroids. Aerobic exercise daily. Check your library for books on how to manage anger. ...Read more

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Managing Anger (Tip)

Managing Anger

“If you are patient in a moment of anger, you will escape one hundred days of sorrow.”. ...See more

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My af trigger is from my vegus nerve drinking cold drinks will switch to af immediately.Can this nerve be treated or checked out to clear this source?

My af trigger is from my vegus nerve drinking cold drinks will switch to af immediately.Can this nerve be treated or checked out to clear this source?

Sometimes: Aside from lifestyle modifications (not drinking cold drinks), the inputs into the heart can be targeted (ganglionic plexi) during catheter ablation to help eliminate this trigger. Unfortunately, there aren't really any tests to "check out" this nerve in another setting. ...Read more

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Amount of water to drink while taking lithium treatment?

Amount of water to drink while taking lithium treatment?

Consistent: Whatever your normal fluid intake is during the beginning of treatment, when your doctor is checking lithium levels, is what you should continue once your dose has stabilized. Your doctor should explain to you all the things that can affect your lithium levels (dehydration, over-hydration, certain drugs, etc.). The important thing is to avoid extremes. Talk to your doc for specifics. ...Read more

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Managing Anger (Tip)

Managing Anger

Boiling rage tight fists pause deep breath now count to 10, decompress, get help. ...See more

Anger (Definition)

Anger is a symptom in which a person has too much anger, gets angry too quickly, gets angry too easily, or is angry for too long, when compared to the average normal person who experiences a similar situation. Anger is a strong feeling ...Read more