When it comes to irritability, it can be a permanent label unless you know 3 different causes of it…
Irritability isn’t chronic. At least not for you.
But why does it keep coming back, even if infrequently?
Whether it’s once in a while or semi-frequently, triggered by the stress you endure or just a fact of your life, in all cases it’s a seemingly permanent condition, and a label you wear not-so-proudly.
But, how permanent is it and does it really have to be?
Here are 3 reasons that shed some light on the possibility of turning “permanent” irritability into a passing phase!
Is mood permanence your destiny?
Permanence is a somewhat relative term.
Think about it. If you were to move “permanently” to another city, it is a relative change. Relative to what? Your decision to be there. It is permanent as long as you say it is.
But are you then trapped to live there for evermore?
Certainly you can decide to change cities again at any time and are free to do so.
Obviously irritability and mood issues are not consciously decided-upon by you. But that isn’t the whole story.
It’s a study of what causes them that alleviates permanence in favor of a more temporary condition.
What causes them?
There is no singular answer. Examining 3 major causes, however, does shed light on the possibility of ending them.
Muscular tension may not be the number one cause, but it is at the top of the list!
Carrying your stress in your shoulders, neck or back, experiencing muscle tightness or pain in your back or extremities or even some muscle injuries are, all of them, culprits in the mood situation.
While these are not primary causes, they are closer to the source than are the mood issues themselves.
Think about it. Have you ever tried to work through a headache? Sure, you get things done no matter what, but what happens to your demeanor in the process. What is the internal “psyche” of a you that’s in pain compared to you on a good day?
It’s a good-day-bad-day difference!
And, under your radar, your mood can be affected, even if hours after the fact.
Are people “getting on your nerves” or are the nerves themselves to blame?
Now we’re getting a little closer to the source.
While nerves are not “hard-wired” into your mood, they certainly can trigger it.
First and foremost, irritated by imbalance, nerves cause muscles to react. Tension always results.
And, we all know where the painful muscles lead.
But what about the reduced nerve energy flow cause by such irritations and imbalances?
Keep in mind nerves carry communication in the form of electrical energy, back and forth, to and from the brain, enabling all the various systems of the body to work properly and in harmony.
Have you considered what might happen if you interfere with that? To list the ramifications here would be nearly impossible. But consider the most relevant ones to the subject at hand:
– Sleep issues – Digestive disturbance – Weight trouble – Pain – Numbness in limbs – Soreness – Tension – Headaches
This is just to name some of the more popular ones.
If you consider any of these breakdowns of function, you will see how mood can be drastically effected. If you’re not sleeping, absorbing nutrients or relaxing, it follows naturally you won’t be in the best of spirits.
You may not be what you eat, but you can become someone different from yourself!
Nutritional deficiency and issues are practically public enemy #1 when it comes to irritability and mood swings. There are so many possible combinations of problems that an extensive series of articles could be written detailing each one.
Consider, first, the obvious ones. The sugar and caffeine roller coasters. These are obvious.
Then there are ones not-so-obvious. Lack of water and electrolytes (dehydration), for one, is a more common culprit than most people realize. The symptoms of this condition abound, irritability being one of the top ones. (Read previous article on Dehydration here).
Then there are straight up mineral deficiencies, the kingpin of all causes.
Responsible for, quite literally, HUNDREDS of body processes and functions, calcium and magnesium alone are among the foremost deficiencies causing problems like irritability and mood swings.
As one example, magnesium is responsible to regulate blood sugar levels. It is plain to observe how this could play a role in mood changes. Additionally, calcium and magnesium are the top two electrolyte minerals, playing a hand in the hydration-dehydration game.
From nerve energy flow to muscle function and relaxation, these minerals do it all.
Lacking them can not only inhibit function, it can simply bring you down.
And who isn’t irritable in any of these states?
Can irritability stop coming and going and just be gone?
Obviously this is a personal thing, one not of preference, but of unique, individual combination of factors causing the condition.
The point is that imbalances can be traced back to many causes. It seldom is just one.
This is what makes a permanent condition less destiny and more a decision. And perhaps you may decide for yourself whether or not to experience it.
Instant CalMag-C was actually designed around the body’s natural process of absorption and utilization of these minerals in hundreds of body functions and is formulated to be absorbed and put to use instantly.
This can be a major difference when it comes to these minerals being deficient, especially if those deficiencies are causing irritability, mood swings or the like!
Try Instant CalMag-C today and see if it might not ease the irritable imbalance or moody episodes that occasion the worst of times.
Perhaps the timing will be right and you don’t have to be permanently stricken with non-chronic irritability. You real destiny is calling you!