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How can autism cause anger?

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Anger is not unusual for people on the autism spectrum. The rage can come on suddenly, seemingly from nowhere, and then vanish just as quickly. Triggers include stress, sensory overload, being ignored, and a change in routine. A person with autism spectrum disorder may have trouble communicating, making things even harder. They may not even realize they are acting out of anger. Part of the solution is becoming more aware of themselves and situations.

SOURCES:

Alzheimer’s Association: “Aggression and Anger.”

Synapse: “Anger & Autism Spectrum Disorders.”

While, A. published online March 2012 European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, .

Golomb, B. published online March 2004. Oxford Journals,

HelpGuide.org: “Depression Signs and Warning Signs.”

American Diabetes Association: “Anger.”

Vermont Department of Health: “High and Low Blood Sugar.”

Epilepsy Foundation: “Partial seizures.”

American Liver Foundation: “The Progression of Liver Disease.”

Canadian Liver Foundation: “Hepatic Encephalopathy.”

NHS: “Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Symptoms.”

Women in Balance Institute: “About Hormone Imbalance.”

Institute for Optimum Nutrition: “Vicious Cycle: Understanding the Science behind PMS.”

Toxipedia: “Benzodiazepines.”

Stroke Association: “Emotional Changes after Stroke.”

Thyroid Foundation of Canada: “The Thyroid and the Mind and Emotions.”

Wilson Disease Association: “About Wilson Disease,” “Symptoms.”

Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari on May 20, 2018

SOURCES:

Alzheimer’s Association: “Aggression and Anger.”

Synapse: “Anger & Autism Spectrum Disorders.”

While, A. published online March 2012 European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, .

Golomb, B. published online March 2004. Oxford Journals,

HelpGuide.org: “Depression Signs and Warning Signs.”

American Diabetes Association: “Anger.”

Vermont Department of Health: “High and Low Blood Sugar.”

Epilepsy Foundation: “Partial seizures.”

American Liver Foundation: “The Progression of Liver Disease.”

Canadian Liver Foundation: “Hepatic Encephalopathy.”

NHS: “Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Symptoms.”

Women in Balance Institute: “About Hormone Imbalance.”

Institute for Optimum Nutrition: “Vicious Cycle: Understanding the Science behind PMS.”

Toxipedia: “Benzodiazepines.”

Stroke Association: “Emotional Changes after Stroke.”

Thyroid Foundation of Canada: “The Thyroid and the Mind and Emotions.”

Wilson Disease Association: “About Wilson Disease,” “Symptoms.”

Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari on May 20, 2018

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