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  1. Anger,Hostility,and Violent Behavior - Topic Overview

    Anger signals your body to prepare for a fight. This reaction is commonly classified as "fight or flight." When you get angry, adrenaline and other hormones are released into the bloodstream, then your blood pressure goes up and your heart beats faster.

  2. Anger,Hostility,and Violent Behavior - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Anger and Hostility.

  3. Anger,Hostility,and Violent Behavior - Check Your Symptoms

    WebMD provides an assessment of your anger symptoms and signs of hostility.

  4. Whole Medical Systems: An Overview

    Traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, homeopathy and naturopathy: They all involve techniques and practices that may complement traditional medical care. Learn more about alternative medicine.

  5. Setting Goals - Topic Overview

    Your plan is to improve your health. Two types of goals can help you do this: long-term and short-term. Long-term goals A long-term goal is not something you can do all at once. It’s the goal that inspires you and that will show how far you've come when you complete it. It's usually a goal you hope to reach in 6 months or a year. A long-term goal could be to walk for 1 hour 3 times a week. ...

  6. Grief and Grieving - Symptoms

    Your experience of grief is likely to be different from another person's. Similarly, you will probably grieve somewhat differently each time you experience a significant loss. Your reaction to loss is influenced by the relationship you had with the lost person, object, or situation, and your general coping style, personality, and life experiences. How you express grief is influenced in part by ...

  7. Grief and Grieving - Cause

    Grief and grieving are the natural response to a major loss. However, any loss can cause feelings of grief, sometimes when you least expect it. Grief is typically triggered by a sudden loss caused by a traumatic or unanticipated event. Examples of such events include:Death of a loved one.Being diagnosed with a chronic or terminal disease.Disability from a severe accident or ...

  8. Grief and Grieving - What Happens

    Grieving a significant loss takes time. Depending on the circumstances of your loss, grieving can take weeks to years. Ultimately, passing through the major stages of grieving helps you gradually adjust to a new chapter of your life.Becoming aware of a lossFull awareness of a major loss can happen suddenly or over a few days or weeks. While an expected loss (such as a death after a long illness) .

  9. Grief and Grieving - Home Treatment

    Coping with griefHome treatment plays an important role in working through the grieving process. Talking about the loss, sharing cares and concerns, and getting support from others are very important components of healthy grieving. If you are caring for a dying loved one, it is important to take good care of yourself as well. When you know that a loss is approaching, especially if you are able to

  10. Grief: Helping Teens With Grief

    Key pointsKnow what is normal for your teen's age group. As teens grow and develop, they change the way they think about and express grief. Although each teen is different, there are some expected changes in thinking that occur during the early, middle, and late teenage years.Listen and watch for opportunities. If you listen closely when a teen is talking and watch his or her behavior, you will ..

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