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Although the exact cause of most autoimmune disorders is unknown, many scientific studies tend to show the emotion of anger as a contributing disease...
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No, men do not have cyclic hormonal changes, like a woman's monthly menstrual cycle, but men can certainly have random periods of anger due to...
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Hi Find the best neurosurgeon your can find, get him to do tests, and has knowledge of his kind of problem, the see a lawyer.Also see a good back...
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Hi You may need to do some research, to get to the bottom of his problem.But this could be from bullying at school, he's angry from what's...
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There are many things that can cause these issues.  One is pregnancy.  Endometriosis could be the cause or you may be starting menopause...
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Yes a UTI can cause a person to act totally different.  It can cause confusion....anger and personality changes.  It can show symptoms of...
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Hi The being angry and lack of self control could be from any junk foods and fast foods he's eating, high E numbers in drinks...
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The false sense of hearing water running without actual environmental stimuli is referred to as an auditory hallucination. They can be alarming to...
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Hi I don't think your English or English speaking, your writing is a bit mixed.But if your having problems now I would find somebody else, he...
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You’ve already taken the 1st step in overcoming your negative response to anger. You're admitting the problem. Hopefully that...
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I think it may be that your emotions are clouding your ability to communicate in the way you would like, which is common and I can empathise with...
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Your symptoms do suggest some personality issues found in individuals who are passive-aggressive. Some of your personality traits may also be...
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Hi I would see your doctor, I do think you have ulcers, when you get angry and upset this affects the juices/acids in your stomach and off it goes...
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Hi I think your son needs counselling or see a psychiatrist, for help, but I don't think somehow your get him there.Not if he's that bad...
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I think that would be up to you. If your happy with your therapist stay. If you feel not getting anywhere find someone else
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