Diseases that affect your mood.


The disease is a change in your body that triggers a chemical process. Therefore, even if you are not worried about the disease, your mood may deteriorate.

One of these diseases is thyroid dysfunction. Moreover, this can occur both with an increase and a decrease in the work of the thyroid gland. Disruption of the work of this organ is manifested by symptoms:

  • irritability,
  • irascibility
  • depression
  • chronic fatigue,
  • anxiety,
  • hyperactivity.

Disruption of the brain.
Many people mistakenly believe that the brain begins to age after age 60. Scientists claim that brain cells begin to die after 40 years. However, this process can be noticed. If you experience constant irritation and moodiness, it is a sign of changes in the brain.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
As a rule, this disease is inherent in children. Their emotional state is unstable, and they need attention. Their inattention and hyperactivity cause censure in society, but they cannot control this process.

Hearing impairment.
People who have hearing problems may appear unfriendly and withdrawn. At the same time, they have difficulty communicating due to this lack of communication and cannot be open with people since they are focused on understanding sounds and words.

It is not a disease but a natural process in a woman’s body, but this condition is uncomfortable. Changes that occur in a woman’s hormonal system during this period cause frequent mood changes.

People who use insulin to maintain blood glucose levels experience anxiety and fear. They cannot let go of control as they are addicted to insulin injections.

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