Impulse-control disorder (ICD) is a class of psychiatric disorders characterized by impulsivity – failure to resist a temptation, an urge, or an impulse; or having the inability to not speak on a thought.
They’re a group of behavioral conditions that involve an inability to control impulses and behaviors’, that make it difficult to control your actions or reactions.
Impulse control disorders (ICD) are a group of mental health disorders that involve problems with self-control. People with ICDs fail to resist the impulse to behave in harmful ways, often without thought of the consequences.
Impulse control disorders are conditions where people have impulses that are difficult or impossible to resist.
An impulsive behaviors’ is when you act quickly with no thought to the consequences.
Some signs and symptoms of Impulse Control Disorder
1. Engaging in risky or promiscuous behaviors’ or activities such as compulsive eating, compulsive sex and compulsive gambling
2. Stealing from family members, friends or company
4. Explosive violent or angry outburst against others or property of others
5. Extreme defiance, resistance, disobedience
6. Running away for no apparent reasons
One suggestion to overcome impulse control disorder is to keep a journal.