Oh, yes, this sounds very familiar. I posted something similar within the past month or so. For me, I'm certain it's hormonal & related to peri-menopause. The issue of the instant rages has at least temporarily subsided.
Others gave good suggestions. I plan to look into bioidentical hormones, but I need to find someone who does it whom I think is reputable & I'm sort of stalled.
Are you in the Bay Area? (I'm sorry. I can't remember.) If so, Dr. Jack Camp is supposed to be THE guru in this area & I would check him out. I actually have a contact who would help me long distance, but I can't deal with shipping blood & pee right now. I just can't. Anyway, that's a route I'd consider, FWIW.
OK, edited to say now I'm not sure that's his name. I thought it was, but I can't be sure. I can find out if you are in that area & want to know. I am acquainted with someone who works with him.
It might be this guy, linked below. What interests me in particular is the detailed testing these practioners do & the tailoring of their approach based on actual test results. I'm on a low dose of HRT, which I had to twist my ob/gyn's arm to prescribe b/c of my MTHFR & other clotting mutations, & he has zero interest in my specific hormone levels or tailoring anything. I've been blown off more than once when I wanted to get blood work. And the low dose, which I've been taking for a year almost, really hasn't worked magic. BBG has posted on this issue & comments about the one-size-fits all approach of mainstream medicine has been my exact experience.