Intermittent Explosive Disorder Common in Teenagers

Anxiety in adolescents is becoming increasingly common and new research has found that approximately one in twelve teenagers meet the criteria for intermittent explosive disorder (also referred to as IED). The study also confirmed that a certain degree of teenage anger is completely normal and is not necessarily a cause for concern.

Anger Problems Prevalent Among US Teens –

PsychCentral.comAnger Problems Prevalent Among US TeensPsychCentral.comBesides finding that nearly two-thirds of adolescents in the U.S. have a history of anger attacks, it also found that one in 12 young people — close to 6 million teens — meet crit …