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Hi, I have had this temper problem also, still dealing with it but it is getting better.
I took a look at the medications I was taking-- sudafed almost every day, which I thought I needed BUT once I stopped taking it, did ok without (sinuses.) the outcome was, I stopped being as short-fused. Immense improvement. I had not noticed how anxious and angry Sudafed made me.

Also, caffeine. I am still working on that one, limiting it to 2 cups a day but I was off it totally for a while. I read on net where someone said, with Caffeine people seem to see things black or white, but off caffeine, there is less of a knee-jerk reaction to things, more thoughtfulness.

I used to take Prozac from dr but I finally figured out it was making the temper problem worse.

Am trying exercise every day, enough to tire me out some, and that wears down the excess energy a lot.

Good luck to ya on yer journey to less anger,
Soberseeker
[QUOTE=soberseeker;2810160]Hi, I have had this temper problem also, still dealing with it but it is getting better.
I took a look at the medications I was taking-- sudafed almost every day, which I thought I needed BUT once I stopped taking it, did ok without (sinuses.) the outcome was, I stopped being as short-fused. Immense improvement. I had not noticed how anxious and angry Sudafed made me.

Also, caffeine. I am still working on that one, limiting it to 2 cups a day but I was off it totally for a while. I read on net where someone said, with Caffeine people seem to see things black or white, but off caffeine, there is less of a knee-jerk reaction to things, more thoughtfulness.

I used to take Prozac from dr but I finally figured out it was making the temper problem worse.

Am trying exercise every day, enough to tire me out some, and that wears down the excess energy a lot.

Good luck to ya on yer journey to less anger,
Soberseeker
It sounds like you have bipolar disorder look up symthoms