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Hi I am 32 years old and I have a kid of 2.5 years old nowadays I get too much angry suddenly and scream out loud on breaking my heart. All dis r happening from past seven months, please do let me know why it's happening and reason for it. I feel very petty for my kid so ur advicr would b much great. TIA
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Dear the information you have given is less for a good medical opinion. Would suggest you take Homoeopathy as it treats underlying causes for symptom presentation. It is safe and effective.
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Such mood changes and irritability may be part of underlying depression. Consult a psychiatrist and seek help.
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Thanks mam for seeking help you. It’s suggest that you are in a phase of depression and mood swings we need to understand why it is happening. We can help you out. Did you feel for a consultation ? You can consult to me or any psychiatrist.,.,please do regular exercise and meditation till then . Read about anger management skills.
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Hi In honest opinion, this much information is far too less to give you the answers you need for yourself. Anger can be an outcome of any number of internal conflicts a person faces, or even physiological or hormonal imbalances. I appreciate your need to do something about it and understand your frustration. Good news is you don't have to remain upset over it. It can be explored with a therapist over some sessions, to allow resolution of the internal conflicts and cause healing to yourself. In most likelihood, if you are angry, you are likely hurting. So healing that primary source would help you far better than only learning some simple tricks of controlling your anger which doesn't work in long term and for deeper issues.
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if you really want to get some answers and change what's happeninh, consider entering therapy. start your sessions. once every week if not possible for you to do them twice a week. but take out that one hour a week for yourself to work this out. your therapist can suggest you if you simultaneously need to talk to consult a psychiatrist too to be put on medication that can help you. so drop a message to me or any other therapist of your choice and start your sessions.
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Hello miss Good morning. I can understand ur frustation and inability to control ur anger. Some causes of anger , I will discuss with you, these are : 1.Anger or irritability is often considered as    projection of Personal , marital, social and    professional crisis. 2.Anger / irritability is often evident ,when your    mind is in conflict with something in ur life. 3.Anger /irritability can be part of ur    Temperament and personality. 4. Anger can also be present ,if any underlying     body illness is present. 5.Anger /irritability can be seen in some Mood    disorders. 6.Anger / irritability can also be related to ur    menstrual cycles. 7.Anger/irritability also present when you are    unable to adjust with new life or changes. 8.Anger/ irritability can part of impulse control    disorder. 9. Anger /irritability can result of improper     sleep. 10. Anger / irritability also results due to       overload of physical and mental work All these above issues & some more must be discussed with Psychiatrist in details along with your mental state examination will provide enough information to help you out of this condition.
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Consult a Psychiatrist/ Neuropsychiatrist of ur choice and discuss ur psychosocial stressors and plan a relaxation exercise and behavioral therapy or Medicines or both  that suits ur lifestyles
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*Meditation for minimum of 20 mins is must for   calming the inner tension of ur body and mind * Ur body and mind need rest in order to heal. * A good sleep of 7 to 8 hrs is must. * Take balanced diet.    Take care.       **.        Have a safe & peaceful day. **
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Anger and irritability can be one of the symptoms of underlying depression or mood disorder . You need further evaluation and treatment maybe required. Do u have sleep disturbances too? Please consult for further guidance.
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Much more detail is needed before you can be helped
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Talk to a psychiatrist for evaluation and treatment options.
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Consider anger management with a psychiatrist
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Hello ...need more history...plz take a psychiatrist opinion for detailed evaluation and management
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