You Might Be Going Through Depression If You Often Gets Angrydate_range
If you’re feeling angry or irritable because of little things, then there is a piece of bad news for you. Because recently it’s been found that those people who show their anger or feeling of irritability over some small things might be going through depression or anxiety. Anger is that emotion which most of the times people uses when they feel insecure because of someone; experts think people usually don’t say why they’re feeling angry, but it could mean that they’re emotionally suffering from some trauma or pain. Some health experts firmly believe that there’s a clear linkage in between depression and feeling of being angry. There are very few case studies which proved there’s a linkage in between sadness and a sense of being angry, but the majority of psychiatrists believe being angry is the core symptom of depression.
Some health experts even consider “anger attack’ as a medical condition, and they think some patients go through that situation which is similar to panic attacks. In a majority of the health studies which have done on depressed haven’t included being angry as one of the critical factors. Psychiatrists say that they don’t write any type of prescribed drugs which will reduce the level of anger in their patients. In a recent health study, researchers asked individuals who were clinically depression a question about whether they feel angry or irritated most of the times. Surprisingly more than half those individuals agreed that they often get irritated without any reason.
Sometimes people are too much afraid to show what’s really bothering them. People who suffer from depression might not reveal the reason behind their sadness because they think people might judge them in a wrong way. However, it’s necessary to get proper treatment for every type of problem which shows symptoms of depression or anxiety.