8 Causes of Anger

 
Angry is a healthy emotion such as crying or laughing. If someone is angry, can cause disappointment, fear, offended or feel hurt. However, if you find the closest excessively angry, investigate first whether he was under the influence of medication or suffering from an illness.
Dr. Helen Stokes Lampard from the Royal College of General Practitioners said, there are a number of medical conditions and medications that can ignite anger someone. Here are 8 things that are often related to reported levels of anger among patients:
1. Hyperthyroidism
Hyperthyroidism occurs because the thyroid gland produces too much thyroid hormone. This condition is usually experienced by many women. According to Dr. Neil Gittoes, an endocrinologist at University Hospitals Birmingham and BMI The Priory Hospital, Birmingham, thyroid hormones affect your metabolism. This will increase anxiety, nervousness, and difficulty concentrating. When the thyroid is too active, it may be the reason why you're easy to yell at your kids, husband, or anyone else.
2. Cholesterol Drug
Statins are prescribed as high cholesterol cause side effects that cause a person to easily lose patience. In a study conducted by researchers from the University of California, statins will make less serotonin, which causes an increase in depression and death.
3. Diabetes
A diabetic whose blood sugar shortage will increase his anger. The imbalance of sugar levels in the body can lead to an imbalance of serotonin in the brain. As a result, someone to be more aggressive, confused, and even angry over panic attacks.
4. Depression
According to Paul Blenkiron, a psychiatrist at Bootham Park Hospital, York, due to the depressed person may feel very angry, agitated and cause feelings of worthlessness, shame or guilt.
5. Autism
This developmental disorder can affect normal brain development as well as social and communication skills. Many things can stimulate sensory raise the ire of people with autism.
6. Alzheimer's
This disease is a form of dementia that affects demesia or brain functions including emotional behavior and personality. This can cause flare-ups.
7. Sleeping pills
Sleep medications such as Benzodiazepines work by slowing down brain functions. With the reduction of some functions, these sleeping pills can increase a person's anger.
8. Pre-menstrual syndrome
Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) in women occurs because the imbalance of hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. Women become more irritable for no apparent reason. According to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, women's mood could change during the last two weeks of the menstrual cycle or two weeks before menstruation.
Seeing eight causes above, you now understand that anger people you love do not necessarily come from his ego. Diseases and medications can affect serotonin in the brain and lead to unreasonable anger.