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When should you seek help for symptoms of anger disorders?

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People experiencing symptoms of anger disorders should seek help as soon as they feel the symptoms are growing out of their control, according to the University of Michigan Campus Mind Works website. They should seek help if they experience dangerous thoughts or behavior.

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When should you seek help for symptoms of anger disorders?
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An anger or other mental health disorder requires professional help when the symptoms do not subside regardless of circumstances, when there is no identifiable cause for the symptoms, or when the symptoms are not proportional to the patient's circumstances. In addition, if the symptoms make it difficult to handle normal responsibilities or interact normally with other people, professional help should be sought, states University of Michigan Campus Mind Works.

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