Last Updated: September 25, 2022

    Anger is considered one of the basic human emotions. Anger frequently occurs in response to a perceived threat and can result in aggression, hostility, and other antagonistic actions.

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    1. Fish Oil - Annie T Ginty, Matthew F Muldoon, Dora C H Kuan, Brittney Schirda, Thomas W Kamarck, J Richard Jennings, Stephen B Manuck, Peter J GianarosOmega-3 Supplementation and the Neural Correlates of Negative Affect and Impulsivity: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial in Midlife AdultsPsychosom Med.(2017 Jun)
    2. L-Tyrosine - Harris R Lieberman, Lauren A Thompson, Christina M Caruso, Philip J Niro, Caroline R Mahoney, James P McClung, Gregory R CaronThe catecholamine neurotransmitter precursor tyrosine increases anger during exposure to severe psychological stressPsychopharmacology (Berl).(2015 Mar)