Epidemiology and course

Although intermittent explosive disorder is presumed to be rare, its prevalence is unknown. However, in a recent study of the prevalence of various impulse control disorders in a psychiatric outpatient population, intermittent explosive disorder was the second most common current (3.8 per cent) and lifetime (6.2 per cent) impulse control disorder diagnosis (after compulsive buying). (D

Intermittent explosive disorder is probably more common in men than women. Many cases of intermittent explosive disorder begin in adolescence and follow a chronic or episodic course.(6)

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