INTERMITTENT EXPLOSIVE DISORDER involves repeated, sudden episodes of impulsive, aggressive, violent behavior or angry verbal outbursts in which you react grossly OUT OF PROPORTION to the situation. Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing or breaking objects, or other temper tantrums may be signs of intermittent explosive disorder. The explosive verbal and behavioral outbursts are OUT OF PROPORTION to the situation, with no thought to consequences, and can include: Temper tantrums Tirades (A long angry speech blaming somebody for something) HEATED ARGUMENTS SHOUTING Slapping, PUSHING PHYSICAL FIGHTS PROPERTY DAMAGE Threatening or assaulting people or animals You may feel a sense of relief and tiredness after the episode. Later, you may feel remorse, regret or embarrassment. COMPLICATIONS:---- People with intermittent explosive disorder have an increased risk of: IMPAIRED INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS: They're often perceived by others as always being angry. They may have frequent verbal fights or there can be physical abuse. These actions can lead to relationship problems, divorce and family stress. PROBLEMS WITH MOOD: Mood disorders such as depression and anxiety often occur with intermittent explosive disorder. PHYSICAL HEALTH PROBLEMS: Medical conditions are more common and can include, for example, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and stroke, ulcers, and chronic pain. SELF-HARM: Intentional injuries or suicide attempts sometimes occur. INTERMITTENT EXPLOSIVE DISORDER (IED) is a type of Impulse Control Disorder, & is a VERY COMMON Disorder. It often has the power to break Homes, Relationships, & Marriages. Please take help from ur nearby Neuropsychiatrist, if one feels that he/she is suffering from this disorder!! BREAK the stigma of going to the Psychiatrist, rather than breaking ur Homes/Relationships/Marriages!!! 🙏🙏🙏



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