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I'm getting mad.... i stay normal all the time, but sometime when anything annoys me i get mad. start fighting, throwing things, yelling, get overwhelmed, etc. What is happening to me?
It is not a simple answer. Often times we see anger and we think bipolar disorder - but I try to not hone on this too quickly. Specific symptoms are required for the diagnosis of hypomania/mania. Increased anger can point to underlying issues of depression or anxiety, as well. However, there may not be "clinical" diagnosis. There can be unresolved conflicts with friends, loved ones, etc. which are causing difficulty because those are not being recognized and processed ... I would consider something like bipolar disorder or mood disorder after a careful assessment, but not think of it as the most common reason for this. There are also other concerns potentially such as intermittent explosive disorder, etc that could be considered. I think a consultation with a mental health professional is wise. If there are no clear symptoms highlighting a diagnosis or diagnoses, or perhaps in addition, I would speak with a primary care doctor about any physical work up to be done as well. Lastly, if you are taking medications/drugs, these could be impacting your mood also.