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    Mobile Health Consult
    Intermittent explosive disorder (IED) is an impulse-control disorder characterised by sudden episodes of unwarranted anger.  It involves repeated, sudden episodes of impulsive, aggressive, violent behaviour or angry verbal outbursts in which the person react grossly out of proportion to the situation. Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing or breaking objects, or other temper tantrums
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    Mobile Health Consult
    A pandemic refers to the global spread of a deadly infectious disease. For instance, the current Coronavirus (COVID-19). While it is important to adhere to the instructions of the health sector and government, it is also necessary to preserve our mental health from a breakdown. The news, social media, information
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    Mobile Health Consult
    Everyone experiences feelings of worry and anxiety from time to time. These feelings can range from a little sense of uneasiness to full-blown panic (or somewhere in between), but it however depends on the person and the situation. It is only natural for unfamiliar or challenging situations to trigger feelings
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    Offer your helping hand, not your judgment! You are driving your car late at night and you see somebody stranded, looking completely dejected, and begging for a lift. You thought of stopping to help but instead you just kept driving on deciding you would rather not because of all the
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    Your mental health is more important than the meeting, the test/examination, the interview, the dinner, the grocery shopping, the family dinner, people’s opinion, your relationship status, etc. Be conscious of your mental health and take care of yourself. Are you aware that your mental health is just as essential as

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