Recently a lot a research has been able to show that depression can lead to unprovoked anger outbursts and this are not just for isolated cases but is becoming a very common occurrence. More people are finding that their depressive state is causing them to seek retribution in anger and this is a alarming phase to be in.
Examine It Well
Clinical depression is often linked to the onset of systems that cause the anger reaction. There is no single solution to be able to effectively combat the problem, however with a little effort and time taken to understand the causes of the depression may in some cases provide the relief and solutions that will help to eradicate the underlying problem.
The commonly noted reaction is the uncontrolled anger either directed towards oneself or in the form of an outward aggression episode. This type of anger is not healthy and usually dangerous to the individual and to those around as it is always unpredictable and forceful. Almost anything can trigger the anger thus making the situation even more volatile.
Some of the treatments that have been successfully used over time, in addressing the anger which stems from the depressive state would be treatments such as anger management techniques, rationalization of the anger, treating the source, meditation and even in more extreme cases medications.
Learning how to handle the onset of anger attacks is also something that most individuals seek to master, as by implementing these techniques, it is hoped that some control can be extended in any given situation.
Besides the obvious impacts the depression can have on the individual in terms of sudden eruptions of anger, there is also the issue of the individual’s health. With all these negative emotions felt, the chemical imbalance in the body will also affect the general workings of the mind, thus further contribute to the “short fuse” effect. Lear and read more about this topic anger
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