Our expert says:
Agression is often a symptom of an underlying problem like depression (especially in teenagers), stress, anxiety or post traumatic stress disorder or it can be a side effect of alcohol or drug use. The best person to see for this is a psychiatrist, as this is treatable with medication.
He may also suggest that you see a psychologist to teach you some stress management techniques. If you don't have a medical aid, ask your outpatient doctor at the nearest provincial hospital to refer you to the psychiatry clinic at your nearest referral hospital.
These conditions are often caused by a imbalance of hormones in the brain ( like diabetes is caused by insulin shortage) and it is not something you can "fix" by yourself. Just as someone with diabetes needs extra insulin, you may need to get medication to stabilize the hormone levels in the brain.
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