Annoyance is something that you can’t avoid. Sooner or later, something is gonna piss you off really bad.
Like the philosophy states, you can’t control people’s actions, you can only control how you react to them.
But even still, if you are a person who gets annoyed at the drop of a hat, then that calls for some self examining.
I found a great video on annoyance from the good people over at Brainy Dose. I’ve shared things with them before on different topics, but this really hits the core of daily annoyance and frustration.
The video delves into things that might internally contribute to why you get so pissed off at people in different situations. It definitely made me take a seat and grab a listen.
Did you know that living with daily annoyance can just perpetuate more?
Think about it….
The people that annoy you the most are usually the people you have to interact with on a daily basis. This can make your irritability systemic, causing you to reach for things to deal with it that unknowingly make it worse.
Alcohol and Caffeine Can Cause Annoyance
Both of these culprits can play a huge part in anxiety and moodiness because of the effect they have on your neurotransmitters. This is why your mood can be effected for hours after consumption of either.
Another cause of annoyance is being overworked and exhausted. We don’t function properly without a balance of sleep and work. A lot of times this is usually what’s wrong with people when you ask how they’re doing and you get an attitude in return.
It’s important to schedule some “Me” time into your week so you can pause and regroup.
Unhealthy Environment and People
You are the sum total of the people you associate with. This was a hard fact that I had to realize growing up.
The people and environment you spend your time around can have a direct effect on your mood.
If you’re unsure of this, just keep track of how you feel when you’re around certain people, versus how you feel when you’re not around them. That will just about tell you all you need to know.
Issues of the past resurface
There are times when the past creeps back up on you. This is normal so don’t feel bad about it.
Annoyance can be spawned by how you are treated by people past and present. The key is finding the source of the issue.
It’s easier said than done to let a past issue go, but if you don’t at least deal with it, it can keep resurfacing and effecting your present.
For more on The 7 Reasons Why Everyone and Everything Annoys You, check out the video below.