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    Explosive Behavior

    Explosive behavior

    It is normal to get angry once in a while. Rarely, you may even suddenly "blow up" when you have experienced too much stress. But some people do this to a dangerous extent. Their explosive anger may end up destroying objects or hurting others.

    People with damage to part of the brain may not think about the effect of anger until it is too late. Damage to the brain can occur due to disease or due to injury. If someone you know begins to act on their impulses after a head injury, make sure that she or he is evaluated.

    There are several reasons for explosive behavior. People with antisocial personality disorder may enjoy hurting people. People using certain illegal drugs may act due to the effects of the drugs. People with dementia can become violent.

    How can you tell when someone who is very angry for little reason has a real problem with controlling anger or if he or she is just not wanting to behave? A good rule is one that is called the "cop at the elbow" rule. An example of this is someone who explodes even when it is likely to result in serious trouble, such as when a police officer is ready to make an arrest. The person may have a real physical or psychological disorder. However, someone who is likely to act only when there are no consequences probably does not have a disorder. He or she may just need to learn more self-control.

    If you or a loved one act explosively, get some help before something serious occurs. Counseling and medications can help.


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    People using certain illegal drugs may act due to the effects of the drugs.
    Wrong, people mostly get agressive from the most legal drugs in this world Alcohol.

    The rest can be true, but still every person is different so also reacts different they can do these tests and study's but it doesnt work realy.
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