Each of us is well acquaint­ed with the state when absolute­ly every­thing infu­ri­ates and any lit­tle thing can cause a real explo­sion of neg­a­tive emo­tions. Any kind word can cause irri­tabil­i­ty, let alone a cold man­ner of speech. What is the rea­son for the occur­rence of such a state and how to pre­vent emo­tion­al inten­si­ty — we will under­stand the new mate­r­i­al.

causes of irritability


What is irritability

Increased irri­tabil­i­ty, or, as it is more com­mon to call it in the com­mon peo­ple, ner­vous­ness, is a phys­i­cal and com­plete­ly nat­ur­al state of a per­son when he does not jus­ti­fy his desires and heats up the sit­u­a­tion to crit­i­cal lev­els, break­ing down on every minor detail.

At such moments, it is easy to offend loved ones or even cause prob­lems in your career, because in soci­ety it is cus­tom­ary to con­sid­er the emo­tion­al swing of a per­son as his bad char­ac­ter.

Causes of irritability

Psy­chi­a­trists say that irri­tabil­i­ty as a trait that is inher­ent in a cer­tain per­son is very rare, in about 0.1% of peo­ple. There­fore, with a 99.9% prob­a­bil­i­ty, it is worth not mak­ing excus­es by char­ac­ter, but look­ing for the cause of this con­di­tion.



Cerebral disorders

Dis­eases such as hyper­ten­sion and ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis are the result of poor cir­cu­la­tion in the human brain. For the same rea­son, peo­ple vul­ner­a­ble to these dis­eases have prob­lems with mem­o­riza­tion, con­cen­tra­tion of atten­tion decreas­es, blood pres­sure ris­es and headaches become more fre­quent. That is why a per­son begins to expe­ri­ence irri­tabil­i­ty and exces­sive ner­vous­ness.

But there are oth­er types of brain dam­age: dia­bet­ic, post-trau­mat­ic, tox­ic and oth­ers. The cause of their occur­rence is severe­ly endured ill­ness­es, injuries and poi­son­ings. There­fore, the body, exhaust­ed by treat­ment, pro­duces neg­a­tive reac­tions to what is hap­pen­ing.

Need an endocrinologist

The hor­mon­al back­ground pri­mar­i­ly deter­mines the mood of a per­son. Man­i­fes­ta­tions of aggres­sion and ner­vous­ness can be the rea­son for turn­ing to an endocri­nol­o­gist, because the thy­roid gland is under threat in mat­ters with hor­mones. There are also a num­ber of asso­ci­at­ed symp­toms: tachy­car­dia, changes in appetite, stool dis­or­ders, tremors, and even loss of sleep.

irritability causes


The onset of menopause

Some process­es in our body can­not be avoid­ed. For women, this is menopause, or in oth­er words “menopause”. Dur­ing this stage, the body refus­es one of the most impor­tant bio­log­i­cal func­tions — fer­til­i­ty, which is char­ac­ter­ized by a num­ber of unpleas­ant symp­toms: mem­o­ry prob­lems, insom­nia, mood swings, headache, fever, and much more. No won­der that under such cir­cum­stances irri­tabil­i­ty can­not be avoid­ed even moral­ly. It is impor­tant for oth­ers to take care of the woman and help her sur­vive this peri­od as com­fort­ably and with­out unnec­es­sary frus­tra­tion.


When in today’s soci­ety it is worth men­tion­ing fatigue to some­one, they can be mis­un­der­stood. Peo­ple do not like to lis­ten to com­plaints, such is our nature. But in pur­suit of a great for­tune, a com­fort­able and care­free future for them­selves and their fam­i­lies, peo­ple often for­get about the main thing — health. Over­work, lack of sleep and mal­nu­tri­tion in your 20s are fraught with trips to the doc­tors in your 30s and treat­ment of chron­ic fatigue and depres­sion by your 40s. Of course, every­thing can hap­pen much ear­li­er, because ner­vous exhaus­tion is not a myth.

It aris­es because peo­ple set for them­selves inflat­ed stan­dards of the ide­al, and in an attempt to achieve it, they deplete their body both phys­i­cal­ly and moral­ly. The prob­lem is that such “wind­ing up” can cause a hyper­ten­sive cri­sis, a heart attack, and also a stroke.

To pre­vent ner­vous exhaus­tion, it is worth hav­ing a good rest after a work­ing day and not load­ing your head with obses­sive thoughts. Prop­er nutri­tion can also improve the state of affairs and play a pos­i­tive role for your future.