Individuals with anger disorders experience anger outside of the ordinary emotional range, or have difculty containing
their anger. Experts have identified a number of diferent types of anger disorders. Some of the distinct forms of anger
that have been characterized include: Chronic anger – anger that is prolonged and can impact the immune system and cause other mental disorders. Passive anger – anger that may not give the impression of being anger and may be hard to identify. Overwhelmed anger - anger that is caused by an inability to cope with life’s demands. Self-inflicted anger – anger that is directed toward the self, possibly due to feelings of guilt. Judgmental anger - anger that is directed toward others, possibly in conjunction with resentment. Volatile anger - anger that is excessive or violent and may involve impulsive outbursts. Rage is the ideal homeopathic formula to provide temporary relief of symptoms of rage such as temper tantrums, striking (hitting) and sudden rage.
What Are Rage Symptoms?
Volatile anger is characterized by recurring outbreaks of angry behavior which may be verbally abusive or aggressive and violent. Examples of this type of behavior include road rage, throwing or breaking objects and domestic abuse. These outbursts are completely out of proportion to the circumstances, and negatively affect relationships as well as school and work situations. Nearly eight percent of adolescents demonstrate anger issues that meet the criteria for a lifetime diagnosis of intermittent explosive disorder.