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"How you all piss me off!" Psychologist and endocrinologist reveal the causes of irritability

We are accustomed to paying attention only to the diseases of the body. In the meantime, WHO has officially recognized burnout syndrome as a factor influencing the state of public health. One of the clearest symptoms of this problem is increased irritability. The psychologist and the endocrinologist told in detail what are sometimes the causes of this condition and how to overcome it in the early stages. nine0005

Opinion Psychologist

Tatyana Sharanda


Marriage consultant 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 We are inherently aggressive

— What is irritability?

— Irritability, like anger, revenge, malevolence and so on, is a derivative of aggression that has been cultivated in people for many millions of years and was intended only for survival at the biological level. We are inherently aggressive, this is a hereditary factor inherited from our ancestors. nine0005

Anger - targeted aggression against a specific external threat. Irritability is accumulated discomfort, prohibitions on the physical, mental and emotional levels. It is enough just not to get enough sleep - and, please, irritation begins to splash out of you, like water from a trembling glass.

- How long can "attacks" of irritability last in time?

— The duration of how long a person is in a state of irritation is very individual and depends on many factors. For example, people with a strong type of nervous system, but with deformed personal qualities, can pour out their irritation on the heads of their neighbors for quite a long time and often. By the way, at the same time they get pleasure, as they alleviate their emotional state. nine0005

Slightly different background, but some older people can be included in the same group. Indeed, due to age-related changes, emotional and psychological stability decreases. This manifests itself through constant discontent and grouchiness.

Unfortunately, the frequency of "attacks" of irritability is growing disappointingly among young people. Social and economic cataclysms, information overload, as well as a skillfully imposed accelerated pace of life - such a model of society is not designed for the mental and biological capabilities of the body. It far exceeds human potential. nine0005

— What happens to the psyche at the moment of nervous tension?

— When something angers or irritates us, adrenaline begins to be released to prepare our body for a possible threat. Why is adrenaline dangerous? Too much of it can lead to high blood pressure, headaches, nausea, and sleep problems.

Irritability is a personality trait

— What factors influence the occurrence of irritability? nine0010

Biological factor. We are a biopsychosocial model. Whether we like it or not, the animal potential is present in us. The physical condition of the body is very important. If you don’t get enough sleep, feel unwell or are simply hungry, the application for irritability is ready!

Psychological factor - irritability as a personality trait. This is a learned habit of being annoyed at a particular situation, trying to somehow change it. The inability to defend one's boundaries and state one's needs, isolation, subordination, inadequate self-esteem, and so on - all these are "effective" qualities for the accumulation of irritability. nine0005

Socio-cultural factors - there are an infinite number of them: social roles, position, status, family problems, material vulnerability - all this, of course, irritates us.

- When is irritability a symptom of a mental disorder?

Here are the clear signs:

  1. unreasonable irascibility. When the object of irritation is actually absent or the level of emotional intensity does not correspond to the situation; nine0102
  2. frequent irritability;
  3. obsessive actions and thoughts caused by a reaction to the object of irritation. For example, the desire to wash the same mug several times.

Learn to switch attention

- Working with the body through movement. Only after the tension is relieved at the physiological level, will the process of establishing a balance between the body, thoughts and emotions begin. If you are going to start working only from a psychological level or through willpower to forbid yourself to react negatively to this or that event, you will only grow the negative feeling that you are struggling with. But first it must be recognized and accepted. nine0005

Methods that help fight irritability:

  1. Cold water works well (wash your face or put your hands under a stream), cold air (a walk in cool weather is great), holding your breath.
  2. The body will also respond with gratitude to the switch of attention. If you are a kinesthetic (tactile sensations are important to you), feel free to fall into the arms of a dear person, and if he is not there, get a dog that loves to be stroked and hugged. If you are an auditory person (attention is most focused on sounds), put on your headphones and immerse yourself in your favorite tunes. If you are a visual (perceive the world around you primarily through your eyesight), turn on a kind and beautiful film. nine0102
  3. In one phrase, your favorite pastime can become a salvation!

Endocrinologist Opinologist

Natalya Yanochkina

Endocrinologist First

Categories of the Medical Center "Exsana" 9000 INFORMATION may be a sympathet - How are psychological irritation and hormones related? nine0010

- Hormones can affect our mood and vice versa - mood affects the hormonal system. If there are no reasons for irritation, and a person is often quick-tempered and dissatisfied with everything in the world, in addition to a psychologist, it is worth contacting an endocrinologist. After all, this is one of the symptoms of a variety of disorders.

Most often, the thyroid gland is to blame for increased emotionality. Strong causeless irritability can be a sign of its increased function (hyperthyroidism). In such a situation, the thyroid gland can increase in size and produce an excess amount of thyroid hormones (T3 - triiodothyronine and T4 - thyroxine). Their excess production often occurs against the background of stress (chronic or acute) and occurs after childbirth (postpartum thyrotoxicosis). In this case, TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) decreases as the main marker of changes in the thyroid gland. If these two points are excluded, it means that a certain hormonal failure has occurred in the body, which needs to be studied more deeply. nine0005

Testosterone can also act as an irritant, which makes men more courageous. Its large amount in the representatives of the stronger sex does not always cause aggression, but with women things are different. Increased testosterone can anger even a meek lady.

Other "characters" come into play in stressful situations. Let's say a car sped by unexpectedly. The adrenal cortex instantly releases a chemical “cocktail” into the blood, which includes adrenaline (which helps to quickly navigate the situation and make decisions) and norepinephrine (opens access to the power resource and turns on aggression). nine0005

If a person is under chronic stress, his level of the hormone cortisol rises, which, by the way, contributes to the accumulation of fat in the abdominal cavity. There is even such a thing as a “cortisol tummy”. And you can go to the gym as much as you like, but the extra kilos in this area will not disappear until you work on your emotional state.

Irritability is also a symptom of:

  1. liver disease;
  2. Alzheimer's disease; nine0102
  3. diabetes mellitus;
  4. complex recovery process after a stroke.

At certain periods of life heightened emotionality is the norm

— Everyone knows that adolescence is the age of protest and rebellion, why does this happen?

— During puberty, the pituitary gland (a brain appendage in the form of a rounded formation) begins to work actively in a teenager. He has many worries. It stimulates and builds the work of a number of "soldiers": sex hormones, thyroid hormones, FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), LH (luteinizing hormone), prolactin, insulin and others. All this leads not only to physical, but also to psychological changes. nine0005

Parents need to understand and forgive this period, because until the teenage organism sorts everything out, the hormonal “storm” can provoke: aggression, whims, irascibility, stubbornness, mood swings and other unpleasant moments in the child's behavior.

— Is it true that every month many women become irritable due to premenstrual syndrome?

- Yes, PMS is a period that occurs 7-10 days before menstruation. And this is by no means a fictional condition, but a diagnosis approved by doctors. nine0005

Indeed, the syndrome can have an extremely negative effect on mood, and it manifests itself in 20-50% of women. Moreover, the older the fair sex, the more often this happens. The reasons are not fully understood, but the predisposing factors are known:

  1. heredity;
  2. body sensitivity to estrogen or progesterone;
  3. deficiency of vitamins and microelements.

Vitamins + movement + good sleep = good mood

— What elements do we need for peace of mind?

— Deficiency of any elements affects both well-being and mood. I would pay particular attention to magnesium. Its lack can provoke tearfulness, apathy, sadness and, of course, irritation. As a rule, doctors prescribe it in tandem with vitamin B6, which also normalizes the activity of the nervous system.

The same elements have a beneficial effect on sleep. Therefore, do not rush to buy sleeping pills at the pharmacy (especially since some drugs have a bad effect on sleep phases). Better consult with experts. They will prescribe you a course of medicines containing magnesium and vitamin B6, which also help fight insomnia. By the way, pregnant women are prescribed magnesium in the early stages so that the fetal nervous system is properly formed. nine0005

— What other tips for inner harmony could you give?

— Be sure to observe the daily routine. This is really very important. You need to sleep in absolute darkness. Close the windows with thick curtains, try not to use nightlights. Only in complete darkness, a sufficient amount of the hormone melatonin is produced. It promotes the production of the happy hormone serotonin. Its maximum release occurs from 00:00 to 04:00, but even if a little light enters the closed eyelids, the amount of melatonin is reduced. As a result, waking up, a person feels overwhelmed and irritable, even if his night's rest lasted the prescribed 8 hours. nine0005

Move more. Physical activity also increases serotonin levels. Ever felt energized after a workout? Everyday problems no longer seem so terrible, and even physical fatigue seems pleasant.

Be careful with sedatives when you don't know the cause of your difficult condition. If irritability becomes too frequent your companion, consult a doctor and psychologist. The sooner you understand what's wrong, the sooner you solve this problem with minimal health risks. nine0005

How much magnesium does the human body need?

Recommended daily magnesium intake by age and gender


600 mg/day

Age and sex

Daily Value

Permissible limit

Child 1-3 years old

90 mg/day

140 mg/day

Child 4-8 years old

140 mg/day

250 mg/day

Child 9-13 years old

250 mg/day

Girl 14-18 years old

350 mg/day

700 mg/day

Youth 14-18 years old

420 mg/day

750 mg/day

Male 19-30 years old

400 mg/day

730 mg/day

Man over 30

450 mg/day

800 mg/day

Woman 19-30 years old


320 mg/day

660 mg/day

Woman over 30

330 mg/day

670 mg/day

Pregnant woman 19-30 years old

420 mg/day


700 mg/day

Pregnant woman over 30

430 mg/day

710 mg/day

Breastfeeding woman 19-30 years old

410 mg/day

650 mg/day

Breastfeeding woman over 30

420 mg/day

660 mg/day

Magnesium is found in animal and plant foods (mainly leafy green vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, whole grains and their products, such as whole grain bread.

Table with foods containing the maximum amount of magnesium, as an example.






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17. 5




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12. 2



Sunflower seeds

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Sesame gozinaki





















53. 7


Pine nuts




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Sunflower seed kozinaki












Dry ground ginger












nine0002 189












Wild rice














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Causes of human irritability. How to avoid nervousness. nine0001

Gimranov Rinat Fazylzhanovich
Neurologist, neurophysiologist, experience - 33 years;
Professor of Neurology, MD;
Clinic for Rehabilitation Neurology. About the author

Publication date: January 10, 2022

It can be both a trait and a sudden deviation. In the second case, it is a sign that something is wrong with the person. A person can learn to control himself, and then an episode of irascibility will manifest itself in the form of a rapid heartbeat, muscle tension, changes in facial expression. Unfortunately, irritation is more often manifested by anger and aggression, not always directed at the cause of the situation. nine0005

Irritability is an increased reaction to internal and external stimuli, leading to outbursts of anger, a constant uncomfortable feeling of internal rejection of what is happening.

Content of the article:

  • 1 Causes of irritability
    • 1.1 Physiological causes
    • 1.2 Psychological discomfort
    • 1.3 Diseases

Causes of irritability

To find out how to get rid of increased irritability, how and how to relieve constant severe nervousness for no reason, how to treat such a condition, the doctor determines what caused the attacks to occur in the first place.

Constant anger and very strong irritability, manifestation of aggression for no reason, nervousness require treatment, however, what to do, how to relieve an attack and what drugs to take, the physician should decide. nine0005

Such a state of mind may turn out to be:

  1. a character trait that accompanies a person constantly and not always under control;
  2. response to constant or episodic stimuli;
  3. manifestation of a disease or disorder that disrupts the neurophysiology of the brain [1].

A dangerous sign of irascibility occurs if a person before this period was calm and not prone to aggression.

So if a person began to complain that he was constantly irritated and angry for no reason, nervous and very psychotic, then what to do in such a state should be decided by a specialist after a thorough examination. It is extremely important to consult a doctor if this character trait has not been observed before. nine0005

Physiological causes

Increased, constantly occurring intense feeling of irritability is not a normal condition, the causes of which need to be investigated.

Common reasons for attacks of anger:

  1. Warehouse of temperament. The property of mental processes, which stems from the characteristics of the functioning of the nervous system. If a choleric person has a mobile, unstable central nervous system, then his irritability will be brighter than that of phlegmatic people.
  2. nine0107
    1. Hormonal fluctuations. Hormones affect the functioning of almost every system in the body. Seriously affect the brain, its reactions to external stimuli. As a rule, such phenomena are observed in women before menstruation (PMS), during pregnancy or menopause. Men are also not immune from this imbalance.
    1. Psycho-emotional overload. Without proper rest, the nervous system gradually slips into imbalance. The usual rhythms of excitation and inhibition are disturbed, the tendency to violent, uncontrolled reactions increases. At the same time, a person assimilates and analyzes the information received worse, the ability for critical thinking suffers. Against this background, there is a constant domestic irritation. nine0102
    1. Lack or excess of physical activity. Increased irritability, a tendency to break loose, to show aggression occurs in the case of a sedentary lifestyle or the regular presence of too much physical exertion, overwork. Both situations gradually lead to an imbalance of the nervous system, a shift in the normal processes of excitation and inhibition.
    1. Vitamin deficiency. Trace elements and vitamins are involved in the work of all body systems. Their chronic or acute shortage leads to bouts of apathy, increased irritability, and a feeling of chronic fatigue. nine0102
    1. Sleep deficit [2]. If a person does not get enough sleep on a regular basis, the level of the stress hormone cortisol rises in the body. This is a defensive reaction of the body, caught in a stressful situation and ready to aggressively defend itself.

    You can often hear from a woman that she has become very irritable and angry, nervous, everything infuriates her and she breaks down at people, what to do in such a situation should be decided only after visiting a doctor and passing special tests.

    Features of the female body, hormonal changes, often lead to a sharp temporary change in character. nine0005

    Psychological discomfort

    Constant irritation and anger for no reason, nervous tension, bad mood, outbursts of emotions often cause instability of the nervous system, why this happens, what to do and how to remove this condition tells psychology.

    Typical problems leading to some inadequacy, aggressiveness of behavior are:

    1. Dissatisfaction, inconsistency of any sphere of life with inner desires and aspirations. Passionate desire often leads to constant irritation, develops into attacks of aggression. nine0102
    1. Neuropsychic exhaustion. Constant nervous and intellectual loads gradually lead the body to neuropsychic exhaustion. A person can no longer fully rest, recover and respond to external stimuli. Efficiency and the ability to communicate with people quickly decrease, irascibility, absent-mindedness appear.
    1. Stressful states [3]. Daily mental stress at work, the continuous action of irritating factors, conflicts and experiences, lead to a deterioration in the state of the nervous system. The brain subconsciously prepares to repel an attack. This leads to increased sensitivity, too strong a reaction to any stimuli. nine0102
    1. Frustration, a state when a person desperately wants to perform some action and at the same time does not have the opportunity to do so. Frustration has an extremely negative effect on the nervous system, because a person experiences constant disappointment and discontent, turning into anger.
    1. Wrong education. If a child grows up surrounded by adults for whom constant outbursts of irritation are the norm, then he quickly adopts a similar reaction to external stimuli. During the teenage hormonal boom, this reaction is fixed as the only true one, it becomes a permanent character trait. nine0102

    Psychology examines why strong unreasonable irritability appears, increased internal aggressiveness arises, what to do with this condition and how to reduce its manifestations, which must be eliminated for this.


    If the feeling of irritability has become a permanent condition or appears in attacks, then the cause may be a disease affecting the nervous system.

    Not only mental deviations can make a person aggressive and constantly angry. But it is they who, most often, manifest themselves in a similar way. nine0005

    Diseases, the symptom of which is irritability:

    1. Personality disorders. Pathologically formed character with hypertrophied personality traits. One of the common traits in this case is constant irritability.
    1. Chronic schizophrenia. Irritability often appears in a period of unstable remission. Gradually aggravated, as the patient loses the ability to adequately perceive the world around him.
    1. Neurotic disorders. Hot temper is the leading symptom of neurosis. In the absence of help, it gradually flows into a depressive state, attacks of aggression.
    1. Poisoning with salts of heavy metals that damage neurons and brain tissue. In particular, such phenomena are characteristic of chronic lead intoxication [4].
    1. Pathologies of the endocrine system. Hormonal diseases lead to imbalance and have a negative impact on the functioning of the brain and nervous system. nine0102
    1. Dependence on alcohol, drugs. Drug addiction and alcohol abuse cause serious damage to the central nervous system and areas of the brain that regulate volitional and cognitive functions. Attacks of aggression are characteristic of the withdrawal syndrome, when a sick person does not receive the desired substances.
    1. Long-term severe illness that interferes with a full normal life. Organic damage to the nervous system.
    1. Brain diseases and head injuries lead to disturbances in the interaction between neurons. This manifests itself in an aggressive reaction to stimuli [5].

    What causes irritability, why nervousness appears, a sign of which is aggression, the doctor must decide, he also determines how to relieve seizures and what to do with them, how to cure the condition.

    Self-medication can often not only bring no results, but also harm a person, aggravating the course of the disease. nine0005

    Diagnostic methods

    The correct answer to the question of what to do if a person is constantly irritated and very angry is to go to the clinic.

    A psychologist or psychotherapist will be able to determine whether psychological or physical causes led to the onset of seizures. and prescribe appropriate therapy.

    Effective methods of diagnostics are:

    • conversation, medical survey, which help to determine the range of problems and irritants;
    • observation of a patient, medical examination, assessment of a person's reaction to communication with a doctor; nine0102
    • interviewing relatives and close people for abnormal behavior of the patient;
    • psychological tests, questionnaires and questionnaires.

    Instrumental examinations and analyzes are not always prescribed. When there is a suspicion of a physical illness, and non-psychological treatment is required. For example, blood tests for sex hormones.


    Due to the large number of causes of irritability, irritability and nervousness in men and women, treatment is prescribed after passing the necessary studies. nine0005

    Effective treatments for temper tantrums are:

    • Group therapy helps to learn a different type of behavior. The patient is relieved of an internal feeling of dissatisfaction, they are taught to express grievances and comments without creating a conflict.
    • Individual sessions with a psychologist will help to identify a specific problem that leads to a feeling of dissatisfaction and irritation and resolve it, find inner peace.
    • Physiotherapeutic procedures for the normalization of the functional state of the nervous tissue. They give results when there is no gross pathology in the brain and there is no need for large-scale measures.
    • Drug treatment is prescribed when a serious mental or physiological abnormality in the functioning of the nervous system and brain is detected.

    How and how to treat severe irritability and irascibility in a man, what to do for a woman who falls into a state of excessive nervousness, depends on the identified problems [6]. nine0005

    Often the cause is a combination of overlapping factors.


    The state when everything infuriates and irritates is familiar to almost every person. It does not necessarily mean that you are sick and in need of therapy. Following the advice of psychologists, you can try to cope with the problem yourself.

    To maintain a sense of calm, we recommend:

    • Regular rest. Change the type of activity, arrange a little trip for yourself, do what you love. nine0102
    • Pay attention to the intimate side of life. Lack of contact with the opposite sex is a common cause of a tendency to irritability.
    • Find a hobby that will help you cope with a strong psychological stress and distract you from problems.
    • Change your diet. Eliminate drinks containing caffeine and other stimulants, give up alcohol.
    • Generate positive emotions. Treat yourself to at least something small every day. nine0102
    • Exercise. Moderate physical activity normalizes the functioning of the nervous system. But do not overdo it: fatigue will give a negative result.
    • Use aromatherapy. Soothing and relaxing scents, combined with meditation or a pleasant activity, will help you relax and calm down.

    If you cannot cope with the situation on your own, and the attacks continue, consult a doctor.

    In a specialized clinic they will help you find a way out of the current situation, feel calm. And with the help of the NeuroHack complex, improve cognitive abilities. nine0005


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