Neurological causes in psychology

Causes of excess nervousness


Some events and circumstances anger some people and the same events may never affect other people, and one of the most important causes of anger and nervousness in people is the following:

  • Feeling negative, such as feeling attacked or threatened, may feel hurt or tired, have been deceived, or treated unfairly and disrespected.
  • A person suffers from excessive anxiety.

A person is exposed to circumstances and events that provoke feelings of anger, such as exposure to the following:

  1. Bullying and bullying.
  2. Problems caused by a person close to him, such as a co-worker, friend, or family member.
  3. Some frustrating events that cause a person to feel internal resentment, such as: falling into a traffic jam, cancelling a particular activity that awaits and awaits him, or even just feeling that his goals in life are unachievable.
  4. PTSD, which means a person suffers from memories of bad events that were shocking to him.
  5. Physical or psychological pain, grief often generates anger, so a person is angry when they lose a loved one, or even when they are subjected to ill-treatment or harsh criticism from a person.
  6. Some environmental conditions such as uncomfortable temperatures.

Medical reasons for excess neurology

  • Excess neurology may be a symptom of some health problems, particularly those associated with mental and mental health, as follows:
  1. Depression: It is a situation that causes a person's constant grief and loss of interest and is possessed by another group of negative feelings; It's like feeling desperate, thinking about self - harm or suicide, where anger is the most important symptom of depression.
  2. OCD: (English: Obsessive compulsive disorder)؛ It's a situation that causes a certain pattern of thoughts and fears to dominate a person with this disorder, so that their concerns overlap with their daily life activities and cause them great inconvenience because it causes them to perform compulsive and repetitive behaviors. People with OCD usually experience frustration as a result of losing control of their disorder, and may later resort to anger to vent their feelings of frustration.
  3. Alcoholism: (English: Alcohol abuse)؛ Alcoholism means excessive drinking of alcohol both once and regularly, and there are many negative effects of drinking of alcohol, the most important of which is that it weakens a person's ability to think carefully and make rational decisions; That is, it affects a person's control over emotions and emotions; It increases his anger, aggression, and violence.
  4. Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity: Neurodevelopmental disorder, the symptoms of which may start in childhood and persist throughout a person's life, and in some cases people are not diagnosed until puberty, symptoms of which include: Problems with concentration, hyperactivity, insomnia, and impulsive behavior that causes anger.
  5. Vicious stubbornness disorder: (English: Oppositional defiant disorder)؛ It is a behavioural disorder affecting 1-16% of children, and one of the most important symptoms is that of children with this disorder: Moody behavior with intensity, dialecticism, stubbornness, anger.
  6. Bipolar disorder: a mental disorder that causes radical changes in a person's mood; The main symptoms of bipolar disorder are: During a manic episode: A person is delightful and controlled by conflicting ideas, and may be impulsive with certain behaviors and easily angry. During the depression: A person feels sad and desperate, as he loses interest in things that have attracted him before, as well as crying, and may be dominated by negative ideas such as suicide.
  7. Intermittent explosive disorder: a behavioural disorder involving repeated and sudden periods of aggressive or angry behaviour in which the reaction is overreacting to the nature of the situation; One of the most important symptoms of this disorder is frequent tantrums and physical violence.
  8. Grief: Grief usually occurs as a result of the death of a loved one, divorce, separation or loss of employment. Anger is a stage of grief. Trauma, fear, guilt, loneliness.

Dealing with other people's excess nerves

  • Neuroticism affects human relationships between individuals. Dealing with an angry person may have a significant impact on the relationship, so there is a range of advice that can help deal with people when they are in a state of nervousness or anger, the most important of which is:
  • Keep calm and talk low when talking to them.
  • Recognition because of their alarm and failure to ignore it, without their full consent.
  • Listen to them well and accept what they say with a welcome chest.
  • Trying to talk about things other than the one that made them angry.

Women's Excess Neurological Causes



  • There are many causes of neuropathy and anger in which both men and women are involved, but there are several reasons for women alone, the most important of which are:
  • Hormonal imbalance: Hormonal imbalance in women can occur for a variety of different physical reasons, such as: Diabetes, hyperthyroidism, ovarian toxin, and for other reasons, such as: Malnutrition and insomnia, which increases neurological levels and anger.
  • Pre-menstrual syndrome: Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) results in irritation and mood fluctuations a week or two before menstruation, which is very common in females, where 90% of them occur, and includes a range of symptoms, such as: headaches, fatigue, bad mood, anxiety, crying easily, abdominal bloating, constipation or diarrhea. Pre-menstrual irritation: Pre-menstrual irritation (PMDD) occurs for 5% of females of reproductive age and causes severe tantrums, anxiety and depression.
  • A study by Raymond DiGiuseppe, Head of Psychology at St. John's University in New York, of 1,300 people aged 18-90, indicates that anger rates vary between men and women. There are differences in the way they experience anger. Men deal with anger more impulsively and aggressively, and they often generate a vengeful motive for anger. = = = History = = = An expert who may be unable to speak to the cause of their anger again has shown that anger and differences in gender scores are gradually decreasing with age.

How to contain women in anger

  • Some psychological and physical causes beyond one's control lead to anger and excess neurology, and women can be contained in anger through, inter alia:
  1. Help her relax: Angry women can be calmed and helped to relax in many ways, the most important of which is to go to a quiet and comfortable place, to be asked to sit straight, to be admitted to a deep breathing exercise through the nose several times, and to repeat the process of fatigue and exhilaration for at least 5 minutes.
  2. Support: Angry women can be calmed by supporting and supporting them by telling them that they are not alone, asking them what can be done for them, trying to figure out why they are angry, offering to help them and relieving them of the burden, even temporarily, as well as joking them to draw a smile on their face and adjust their mood.
  3. Listen to her: A woman must only be heard when she is ready to talk about her pain or the problem that caused her anger, to avoid trying to get her to talk about it, or to try to fix the problem before she asks for it. It is important to focus attention on the woman herself, and to refrain from expressing any opinion or judgment before she finishes talking, only by smiling and doing head gestures that indicate that she should listen to her, as she must.
  4. Solve the problem: It is necessary to avoid starting to solve the problem before women themselves ask for advice or help in solving it. They can begin to define the problem clearly, to know what is at their head and objectives, then to list a range of possible solutions that can satisfy them and achieve their goals, to record the pros and cons of each solution and then to allow them to make the decision they deem appropriate without interfering with it.
  5. Show her love: Physical contact, such as hugging a woman, raising her on her back, or holding her hand, is a method that provides her with comfort, reduced stress and improved mood. Self-control: The Consulting Center at the University of East Washington advises that emotions be controlled while calming the angry woman, maintaining the bond, and trying to calm herself before she starts to calm her down. Even if there is a logical explanation, it can be postponed until she finishes her anger, as there is no point in offering any explanation or excuse during her tantrum.
  6.  Apologies from her: An apology can be made to a woman if her anger is caused by an act contrary to the person, where she can be explained as to the cause of the act, and if that person may not have thought rationally at that moment, he may have inadvertently pissed her off, assured her that this problem will not go unsettled and satisfied, and made promises to her that it will never happen again.

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