Conditions with symptom: 'anger'
My sisters 16 year old boyfriend has just moved in with us due to being kicked out of his own home. He has been having night terrors nearly every night. They're not normally so bad... Normally just a bit of incoherent talking, but last night he became very physical. He first had an episode of walking across the room incoherently talking, eventually returning back to his bed. Later in the night (early morning around 5am) he began kicking and shouting (the shouting sounded like a "ruh ruh" sound). When my sister tried to wake him (which normally works and knocks him out of it) he unknowingly went for her. I wouldn't say he attacked as he didn't intentionally hurt her as no punches or kicks were thrown at her, he just pinned her down. Obviously this scared my sister senseless (especially since checking used to suffer from night terrors herself at a younger age). He is an amazing kid and the family love him so we just want to make sure we're there for him... But I think this is probably more serious now then just common sleep walking and talking. As I said before, my sister (and also my brother) used to have night terrors when she was younger (screaming, not recognising my parents, telling me to get out the room, amnesia of the event) and after seeing a therapist/doctor/councillor, she grew out of it (only having the occasional night terror, normally when she is woken too quickly due to loud noises). Is there anything we can do for my sisters boyfriend? He has had problems with his anger in the past but went through anger management and displays no signs of problems with his anger during the day. Is the anger manifesting during the night? Or could it be related due to the fact of being kicked out of home? He is from an unstable home and did suffer from night terrors prior to moving in with us.
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I've moved in with my girlfriend and am stressed and experiencing night terrors. It's not nice :( I think it's due t stress.
I am 18 and I have anger issues, they have been dealt with and I have had night terrors for as long as I remember I normally sit up scream and lash out, this is caused by my mixture of anger and stress. This was never originally a problem but I now share a bed with my 17 year old girlfriend, I have also caused her injury by lashing out trying to protect myself from threat or what I presume is one. The best advice I can give is for her to leave the room when he is at a bad stage to prevent herself from harm or fear and to let it pass. He is doing this because of the change in routine and of his family environment/situation it should pass but it will help for him to confront/deal with the issues he is facing.
During birth I was given an episiotomy yet still had a third degree tear. I was taken to surgery and have follow up appointments with the GP, Physio, midwives, and Gynagology. So far (7wks) the stitches are healing however the damage to the muscle is already done and I cannot feel anything inside. I am getting better at controlling my urine however the Physio said I could not have treatment unless I regain some muscle control first. I am so worried about e long term damage, whether ill be able to carry anger child, give birth, the risk of prolapse etc. the doctor is confident I will be able to carry anger child as its early days however the Physio said there's a risk of prolapse if my muscle doesn't improve significantly. Has anyone else gone though this. I'm struggling to sleep as I can't stop reliving it, I don't see how I could have an episiotomy and still tear so badly.
im a 14 year old who has very bad anger problems! they can get in the way of everything! i hurt other people when im angry and get very abusive! i have been refured by my GP to two places but dont think they're working! wat do i do?
can you force someone legally to see a psychiatrist. because im really worried about my brother matthew he has series anger issues which are devolping into psychotic episodes which are steadly getting more abussive and voilent.
i find it strange that i have aspergers syndrome i mean i communicate well with others i seem mentally stable i dont make abnormal noises. the only problems i have is an occasional emotional overload (crying out of nowhere) and sometime anger issues
ive been told i might have teen depression by afreind i dont belive her though its all because im more often than not feelingSadness or hopelessness im easilyIrritability, anger, or hostility Tearfulness im not really botherd friends and family idont wanna do alot my ating and sleeping habits Restlessness and agitation i find it difficult to concantrate etc wht do i think it could be ? help me please
Those symptons could well be depression. They can be very unpleasant and spoil your daily life. You can't help it and it doesn't have to be caused by anything in particular, and no matter how much you try and motivate yourself you can't always get rid of it on your own. I reccomend you speak to your GP, there are several (very safe) medications they can prescribe you that can have you feeling much better in the space of a month, and for as long as it's necessary to take them. The problem might be bought on by puberty and the fact you're a growing teenager, but don't just wait to grow out of it and be miserable - it might take years. Get the doctor to help you. If you are depressed, it might seem a hard state to get out of but you'd be amazed at the helpful effects that the medication to treat it can have. I know because I once suffered something similar to depression. Good luck.
thanks but i darnt go to the doctorr .. incase he/she thinks im pathetic or whatever and then my family would find out and they have enought to deal with x
I have Aspergers and I have only been recently diagnosed. When me and my parents look back at my child, it looks blatantly obvious that I had it. I really struggle with day to day life and I find it quite hard to cope in school. I don't really have any friends because I am known as the outsider because I am different. I also have really bad anger issues which doesn't help because I am always getting in trouble at school, I also have a very low self-esteem which doesn't help matters. I wanted to know if you knew anybody that could help me? I don't want to be an outsider any more.
i think you need a hobby and a school that knows how to recognise special people like us
Danni, I'm not going to just say join a club and meet people with similar interests as I have been told that far too many times and that information is use less until you break the barrier between you and them. Just remember You can't be the only one with social issues at your school.And one of the reasons that your an outsider is because of your anger.How can anyone let you be in their social group if they're too afraid you'll fight them off.It took me a long time to realise it but not everyone wants to hurt you,some just want to be mates or are too scared to say no to those you make you feel bad.I know it doesn't feel like it but it is your choice who you are, its whether you will be brave enough to choose.
i have suffered recently from depression an actually came of my low dose of antidepressants(5mg)thinking they were not effective but after listening to leanne's pms symptoms i am realising this last two an a half wks of severe agitation,bouts of anger,night sweats, has been down to pms,it was terrible, not a good combination, depression and pms!!!!! is there anythingelse out there other than drastic surgery to ease the pms, big time.....i would sincerely appreciate your help as im trying my best to deal with my depression, being more aware of my feelings but need more than 1wk every mth to feel better bout myself!!! Marie
Hi Marie My name is Leanne I was on EB on Friday. I am so sorry to hear about your PMS and so hope so of the less invasive treatments manage your symptoms better. There are all sorts of routes to go down, I was given the pill, mefenamic acid, pessaries and SSRI anti depressants. You may find that your depression maybe linked entirely to your periods and can kill two birds with one stone I know mine was! As the previous poster suggested keep a diary, it needs to be at least three months long and basically chart everything from how much caffeine intake you have had to alcohol to see if there is anything aggravating it further. Also note how painful the periods are from 1-5, how heavy they are and how it is effecting your quality of life. I do hope you get this sorted, Leanne x
Yesterday a rash has come out under my knee which is tingling , warm and ugly looking. I'v been having the depo provera jab for over a year and was told that I should keep an eye out for blood clots and images on Google do look similar to my leg . I went to the nurse and was told its an allergic reaction bit today the rash has spread outwards and the middle has gone a darker blue not sure if I should see someone else or leave it ? she said to put any cream on it bit wasn't specific but don't want to anger it. Any advice would be great as I have a party Thursday ..thanks
Also can i add that I don't smoke, drink often and I'm 20 years old.
Hi for many years ive suffered what i thought was pmt until i discovered pmdd and i fit all them symptoms, depression,tearful,anger,tirdness, carnt be bothered to do anything etc.my gp werent very interested they gave me ssri which really didnt help.I then had depo injection nearly 12months ago and at first this did seem to help be now can see myself turning nasty again i hate it,and i carnt help turning on them close to me ive got a wonderful man and family but dont want to loose them.Can anyone please advise on what test i can demand of gp i have asked to see a gynacologist but they refuse to refer.Herbal things dont work.
Try a merina coil, my mum swears by it, it releases progesterone into the body which balances out you hormones. My mum has had her menopause but the family planning clinic told her she might as well kept it in, as its doing wonders for her hormones.
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