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Can Kalms Help With Anger Outbursts
Anger management.: , find the triggers, get a neuro and full psychiatric evaluation, find out if driven by an alter personality. Learn anger management techniques and if an alter is present you will need a did specialist to help you. Often this is caused by drugs or alcohol. Sometimes there can be an underlying seizure problem without grand mal seizures, anticonvulsants if neurological or psychiatric can big help.
My husband has been seeing a glowing figure for some time. He thinks it's a spirit! He is 57 and has anger outbursts over nothing in recent years.
Glowing figure: He may be having hallucinations. Best to see your doctor for an evaluation. Be sure you go along to mention his symptoms.
If my husband takes 10mg of Valium his anger and outbursts don't exist, until it wears off. He also sees a glowing figure. He is 57 & is getting worse.
Something serious: Please take him to the er. This is a true emergency. Call 911. Don't drive him while he is in this state.
Setting no limits: Children need boundaries. When none are given, they become spoiled, angry, out of control, hating the world and everyone in it. Responding to every outburst with a calm, "no" and a reasonable punishment will reinforce there are limits/boundaries that are not to be crossed. They will learn not to do that. Calm patience and consistency is all you need. More about teaching the adult then the child.See 3 more doctor answers
Most men don't: Have random anger outbursts. Those that do many be under a great deal of stress, many not know to deal with frustrations or problems, may not know better coping skills or may even have emotional problems that impact their anger. It is hard to know. Each person is unique & contends with different issues in their life.
Too critical: Learn and discipline to love yourself above all. The best medicine is endorphin and oxytocin. Daily dose of running, dancing and smiling would give you these medicines known to mankind. A 5mg of valium will initiate your ways to do those things. Practice holding your temper till you improved.
1 simple tip-: Count to 10 before acting on the urge to impulsively harm someone physically or emotionally. Reduce anger by deep breathing. Breath in deeply ; slowly through the nostrils. Hold air in lungs for a 5 count before slowly exhaling through an open mouth. Repeat until you cool your jets. Focus on your breathing not what is making you angry. Cognitive behavioral therapy is excellent for dealing with.See 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.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Suppressing your anger can lead to problems like anxiety, depression & physical health problems. It is important to learn to accept that you have anger. Explore where the anger comes from? Perhaps anger is appropriate for the situation? What about the intensity of the anger? Is it appropriate for the trigger? How is the anger expressed? Cognitive behavioral therapy is great for dealing w anger.
Anger: Agree w dr. Bordini. Note that you also have mood swings - start with a medical eval. Cognitive behavioral therapy is excellent for dealing with anger problems. 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.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Your baby needs a supporting and loving environment in order to thrive. Of course no pregnancy is perfect! Be sure to protect yourself and your baby! Consider counseling for situations contributing to anger within the family and always ask for help from other family members and your medical team!
Anger mgt classes?: Anger is a normal human emotion. However, some people become angry over seemingly trivial things. The intensity of their anger may be excessive for the situation. If this is the case it is important to check out the cause. How anger is expressed behaviorally is very important. If expressed aggressively or w violence – that could be problematic. Passive- agressive expression of anger does not help.
Fear: Fear of something u don't want to be or fear of something u have a belief that could potentially harm u. This causes your ego to go into a protection /judgement mode. Tends to be stronger&faster if u have had a prior negative experience associated with it and have not learned that it is actually a positive experience as it allows u to understand the experience or feeling u don't necessarily want.
Anger management: Anger can of course be caused by many things. Getting at the cause would better define the treatment. If it is due to subltle withdrawal mid-day from alcohol, consider "cutting back" or even a chemical dependency evaluation. If associated sadness, negativity, hopelessness, and diminished interest, pursue more formal work-up in regards to depression. Distress tolerance, strategy in dbt, can help.See 1 more doctor answer
Relieving anger: One simple tip- count to ten before acting on the urge to impulsively harm someone physically or emotionally. Reduce anger by deep breathing. Breath in deeply & slowly through the nostrils. Hold air in lungs for a 5 count before slowly exhaling through an open mouth. Repeat until you cool your jets. Focus on your breathing not what is making you angry. Cognitive behavioral therapy is excellent for.See 1 more doctor answer
The Examined Life...: There's substitute 4 figuring out why u are angry...what your anger means! With a deep understanding of the actual things that trigger your anger (rejection, criticism, unjust treatment) & what meaning u assign 2 those things (they don't value/love me; world is unfair/racist/sexist/xenophobic)), u have a chance 2 consciously decide what 2 do w/your anger - what action u *want* 2 take!
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