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Diabetes And Aggressive Behavior
Complex, no single definition brief it is the behavior directed at an animate or intimate object resulting in damage. Be it physical, verbal, or emotional, the object always suffers damages that can be as severe as death or total incapacity. Predatory, sex-related or inter-male aggression are examples observed and induced by need for sustenance, competing for ...Read more
This should help: Day care is a great way to introduce baby to the process of getting along with others. They are self centered by nature and have different levels of aggressive behavior when placed in a group. The key difference in day care is the primary caregivers regard each child as equal & your baby begins to accept a relative strangers limit setting when they would challenge yours. ...Read more
Stress ; hospitals: It can be very stressful for infants and children to be in a hospital setting. All the blood draws, and unfamiliar faces and setting can cause them to be in a protective mode. This could lead them to be aggressive. Comforting them and talking to hem calmly alleviates their fear and will gradually return to normalcy. ...Read more
Aggressive behavior,: Aggressive behavior can stem from many different sources in the conscious and subconscious mind. It's a good idea to see a seasoned psychologist in order to assess where it's stemming from ...Read more
Talk: Talk to the person who you believe has this behavior. Don't be accusing, but let the person know how you feel and jo the behavior is causing problems. ...Read more
An interaction style: Passive/aggressive behavior is a way some deal with others when asked to do something they do not really like but believe they cannot outright refuse to do. Instead, they have a negative attitude and "forget" to carry our tasks while being critical of authority and alternating between outright hostility and contrition. If chronic, it is called passive-aggressive personality disorder. ...Read more
Interaction style: Passive/aggressive behavior is a way some react when asked to do something they do not really like but believe they cannot outright refuse to do. Instead, they have a negative attitude, "forget" to carry out tasks, or make careless mistakes. They often are critical of authority & alternate between outright hostility & contrition. If chronic, it is called passive-aggressive personality disorder. ...Read more
Passive-aggressive: This is a pattern of indirectly expressing -- rather than directly addressing -- negative emotions such as anger. The person might overtly agree to a task, but then miss deadlines, show up late to meetings, not answer phone calls, etc. Making excuses, procrastinating, sullen attitude, and complaining about feeling unappreciated can be other signs. This can be very problematic in organizations. ...Read more
Passive aggression: Passive Aggression can sometimes be caused by the inability to say no. For example, if you are a people pleaser and say yes when you want to say no, you will feel inwardly resentful and this can lead to future outbursts of anger. Feelings of resentment and anger are pushed down or ignored for a while and so are forced to surface when triggered later on in time. ...Read more
Effect on others: Passive behaviors simply mean that individuals rarely take initiative but may let others suggest or, more often, do for them. Passive aggressve individuals choose not to do things as a way of inconveniencing or punishing others--the results of their inactions produce trouble for those from whom they often have sought help. ...Read more
I have been taking fluoxeine 60 mg for a year now for OCD. I read on internet that it can cause violent n aggressive behavior. what should I do?
OCD: Rely on your physician who is prescribing the drugs for you to determine how long should we taking it ...Read more
My son has a two-year-old is a very stubborn , and aggressive behavior is acting inappropriately , such as biting and yelling at anything , He beat me?
Help: His behaviour is worrisome. You need profession help. Get a referral from your doctor. All the best. ...Read more
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Is passive aggressive behavior associated with any psychiatric disorders? Also, is such behavior associated with any long term health risks?
Good question: In dsm-iv it was personality disorder unless part of maj depression or dysthymia. Millon divides it into 4 types. Vacillating, discontented, circuitous ; abrasive when part of other troubled personalities. It is a style, not a disease. Long-term health risks would seem to be difficulty utilizing medical care well in addition to poor relationships with most other people. ...Read more
My son is on risperidone for autism and aggressive behavior but his aggression has got significantly worse with each dose increase.Should that happen?
While risperidone : Decreases aggression in many individuals with autism, it can aggravate & increase aggression in some which is considered intolerable. Work with your prescriber to determine if the aggression you now see is from autism & circumstances happening in your son's life or an actual side effect to the risperdione. Keeping a daily log of behavior & situations can assist you & prescriber. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Aggressive Behavior: It is as difficult to say as it is related to the person using the medication, the reason for its use, the amount and length of use, and other circumstances involved like other medications associated or drug abuse interfering with its metabolism, etc. Withdrawal of an opiate is another reason to be considered and likely to produce aggressive behavior, . ...Read more
In BV Frontotemporal dementia, how long does aggressive behavior last throughout the span of the disease?
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Used Paxil (paroxetine) 8 yrs. For depression. Was fired from 2 jobs. I believe drug caused aggressive behavior at work. Anyone heard of this side effect?
Paxil (paroxetine) & aggression?: Ssri antidepressants generally calm aggression rather than increasing it. A small percentage of patients (3-5%) may experience agitation on the medication. There have been legal arguments about the "agitation" manifesting as aggression. On the other hand, depression itself may cause irritability and angry outbursts. ...Read more
Usually not: To both questions. Brain aneurysms are survivable over half the time, and probably aren't to blame for aggressive behavior. ...Read more
Adderall 20mg 3-4 day, Effexor (venlafaxine) 150mg 57yrs old, ADHD, high b/p, getting aggressive behavior, and obese, On B/P Medications, many highs, & lows, why?
Checked in with doc?: There sound to be a lot of things going on at once here and I can't be sure they all have to do with either the Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) or some other single problem. You should call your doc and get in for another examination or have them make some adjustments based on your conditions. They know you better than anyone. ...Read more
Can tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine cause aggressive behavior in children? My 4 yr old child has been taking it every 4 hours for one week after a tonsillectomy
Very doubtful!: Rage behaviors are usually emotional in origin. Common symptoms of childhood diabetes include drinking a lot, peeing a lot, weight loss and loss of energy. Rage behaviors could be caused by hypoglycemia -- low blood sugar, but most childhood diabetics present with high blood sugar. Rage behaviors may be helped most by a therapist or psycologist. ...Read more
Diet and exercise: watch what you eat or drink and exercise ...Read more
Complications: See your physicians to learn about the complications of poorly controlled diabetes. The more you know, the more ( hopefully) you will try to change. Diabetes is the number one cause for blindness, being on dialysis and amputations. No one wants to go through life on crutches, being on dialysis and blind. ...Read more
My sister is 7yrs she plays with us with aggression and she is sometimes violent. Her jokes are aggressive. She hits scratch and kick.How can I help?
I would: I imagine so btw I am not alcoholic. ...Read more
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