What makes you angry?

Anger is the normal emotion that anyone has to go through. However, if you feel that you are frequently out of control or always have a smoldering feeling of anger, it can be a sign of medical conditions.

1. What is anger?

Anger is the natural response of the body, which is emotional instinctively when we react to threats or dangers in life. Angry emotions are necessary for human existence.

Anger becomes a problem when you can't control your anger, which can lead to speech and behaviour violence, negative impact on relationships and quality of life.

A study shows that inaa control over anger will adversely affect human physical and psychological health.

2. Why are you angry?

People can become angry for a variety of reasons, and each person's expressing anger is not the same. The cause of anger in this person may not affect the feelings of others at all.

There are two main groups of causes of anger, which are due to the effects of external circumstances and by pathology inside the body.

External causes

We can get angry when we encounter situations such as:

  • Attacked or threatened
  • Deceived
  • Frustrated, desperate or helpless
  • Being treated une fairly
  • Not respected


Feelings of frustration are also one of the reasons why you become angry

Internal causes

There are many underlying conditions that make it difficult for the person to control anger, including:

  • Stroke :Stroke patients – especially those with brain damage that help balance emotions – are difficult to control anger. Patients often feel frustrated, anxious, sad and angry.
  • Alzheimer'sdisease : Changes in mood and personality can be an early sign of the disease, presenting in the form of anger and irritability.
  • Autism: People with autism are very likely to over-react to even the smallest changes such as noise, planning changes.
  • Depression: Depression is often accompanied by anger, the person may feel frustrated for no reason.
  • Diabetes mellitus: Blood glucose disorders can lead to behavioural changes such as anger, crying or confusion.
  • Seizures: Simple local seizures – a rare form of seizures – affect one side of the brain causing emotional disturbances and causing feelings of anger and indignation.
  • Liver failure: Impaired liver leads to the accumulation of toxins in the blood that affect the brain causing the patient to change mood, personality and irritability.
  • Pre-menchesausal: The change in hormones in pre-menices can cause many problems, including uncontrollable anger.
  • Thyroid strength: When the thyroid gland is overactive, patients often have symptoms of anxiety, nervousness, anger.
  • Wilson'sdisease : Heredity associated with copper conversion, which causes the person to have copper retention in the body. Patients often have changes in mood, personality and behavior.
  • Medications: Statin group drugs that can cause users to suffer psychological problems or behavior changes. A small number of patients are noted to be in a tendency to be aggressive, violent.

If you can't control your anger or it has a negative impact on your life, look to mental health professionals for timely and effective treatment support.

Psychological Clinic – Times City International General Health Hub is one of the most prestigious addresses in the treatment of psychological and mental health problems. The team of doctors at the clinic are highly specialized, many are lecturers in psychiatric subjects at Hanoi Medical University, capable of implementing psychological tests, intensive psychological therapy, effective support for the treatment of diseases.

The clinic has modern equipment system, leading facilities in the country will bring the best service to patients, increase the effectiveness of treatment.

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Source: webmd.com, medicalnewstoday.com


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