Human beings are born with various emotions and anger is one of them. If you are angry sometimes, it is perfectly ok, however, if you feel angry always or are angered frequently, you must be aware that there is some problem. When your anger is intense or very frequent, there might be some health issues.
Here are the 11 most common reasons that might be making you angry always. You can easily spot your anger problem by analyzing these health conditions.
When you have depression you usually feel irritated, agitated, restless, and of course, angry. Being angry is one of the common symptoms of depression. If your anger is intense or frequent, it might be time to seek professional advice as you might be suffering from depression.
When your blood sugar level goes too high or too low, you might experience a lot of changes in your emotions and behavior. It is very likely that you will remain angry, confused, and frustrated. If anger is a recent phenomenon, its time to go through a blood sugar test.
When you have autism, you might feel difficult to hand a simple disruption in your schedule or a sudden change in your routine. The result will be aggression, yelling, overreaction, or even throwing things.
Studies have shown that when someone suffers from epilepsy, he/she will experience partial seizure on one part of the body. This causes emotions to become extreme, resulting in anger and rage.
Stroke is a condition that affects the arteries leading to the brain or arteries within the brain. Therefore, after you had a stroke, it is common to experience mood swings. Since stroke affects the brain, you will find difficult to manage your emotions resulting in remaining angry, sad, anxious or frustrated.
Memory loss is one of the common symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. When you cannot remember something, when you struggle with remembering something, you are likely to become irritated, frustrated and angry.
The main function of the liver is to filter toxins. However, when the liver is unable to filter toxins, toxins build up in your body and affects the brain. This causes mood swings.
Anger, irritation, and frustration are common symptoms in premenstrual syndrome (PMS). However, if your anger, irritation, and frustration are intense and out of control, you might be experiencing premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
During the menopause stage, not only your body but also your brain goes through a lot of changes. If you are over 40 and you feel very angry, perhaps you are entering your menopause stage.
Hyperthyroidism, or overactive thyroid, will make you restless, irritated, anxious, nervous, or/and angry.
Sometimes medication can also provoke your anger. Clinical studies have shown that many psychiatric drugs also cause anger. Sometimes even a drug that you use to lower your cholesterol levels can cause extreme anger.