Why do we get bored?
Bored people suffer from this condition due to some environmental, psychological and psychological factors. These people show a lot of negative behaviors such as aggression and violence. Some diseases, such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, diabetes and chronic physical pain, can affect the boredom of different people.
Are you bored? Do you get upset and think that time and space have been mobilized to harass you? Do the situations that other women experience in the premenstrual days affect you at all times of the month? Does your heart want to stay behind closed doors and stay away from the words that weigh on your heart, the things that aim to calm you down, and the people who are always trying to find a way to hurt you? You are right.
If you have any of the problems listed below, Boredom, Haste and low mood, will not leave you at any moment.
If your thyroid gland secretes more hormones than usual and you have so-called hyperthyroidism (hyperthyroidism), your nerves will weaken. You who are constantly screaming at your child are the victim of this gland’s inability to control its hormones, and if you go to an endocrinologist instead of a psychiatrist, you will return to calm sooner.
Silent diabetes is another disease that affects the nerves as well as the body. Anger, confusion, and panic attacks are some of the side effects of the body’s inability to control insulin, and if you also have diabetes, you may experience these annoying and debilitating feelings all the time.
Chronic medical conditions that severely impair your body can also affect your psyche. People who are being treated for serious illnesses such as cancer are more likely to be irritable and less likely to have trouble calming down. In addition, taking some psychiatric medications may cause side effects such as these, in which case you should talk to your doctor about changing medications or prescribing complementary medications.
Some physical reasons can make you uneasy. If you do not get enough sleep, you are hungry, you sleep on the wrong pillow and you have a neckache, or you are very active and burn too much energy, you probably do not have the peace of mind and you get involved with people who do not care about their behavior or profession.
Anxiety or chronic depression, and many other mental disorders, affect your relaxation and increase your chances of becoming irritable and restless. If you are sure that your body is not involved in a particular problem and the whole story is back to your psyche, talk to a psychiatrist. You may need to take psychiatric medication to regulate hormones and other factors that affect your well-being.
Living in cloudy cities or staying in dimly lit homes for hours can affect your mood. Avoiding direct sunlight can cause you to become deficient in vitamin D, which can lead to restlessness and nervousness.
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