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How to control the anger and stress?

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Dr. K. Olson
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. K. Olson
Dr. K. Olson
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1 doctor agrees

In brief: Therapy

"controlling" any emotion is almost impossible.
If you try to "control" an emotion, usually the issue will come out in another form. Psychotherapy will help you discover the underlying issues that are being expressed in uncontrollable anger and feelings of stress. Frequently, there are issues that you are not aware of that cause internal stress which is then expressed in angry behavior.

In brief: Therapy

"controlling" any emotion is almost impossible.
If you try to "control" an emotion, usually the issue will come out in another form. Psychotherapy will help you discover the underlying issues that are being expressed in uncontrollable anger and feelings of stress. Frequently, there are issues that you are not aware of that cause internal stress which is then expressed in angry behavior.
Dr. William Drescher
Dr. William Drescher
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