December 21, 2013

Blind Rage Or Blood Inflammation?

According to a study with nearly 200 participants, people with intermittent explosive disorder (IED) possess elevated amounts of two markers of systemic inflammation in their blood. IED is a psychiatric illness characterized by impulsivity, hostility and recurrent aggressive outbursts. The two biomarkers associated were C-reactive protein and interleukin-6, both of which cause inflammation in blood levels and are associated with aggressive behaviors.

[ Read the Article: Inflammation In The Blood May Lead Some To Aggressive Behaviors ]

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