Irritation is a common problem in women. There are too many of us who can’t even rest their hands and feet under a mattress due to irritation. This can happen due to the following reasons:
* Due to pressure on your nerve
* Due to hormone. When women are at their menopause, it can happen too much.
* Due to diabetes. People suffering from diabetes for a long time is seen to have peripheral neuropathy or diabetic neuropathy,
* Due to lack of vitamins and minerals like thiamin, pyridoxine, synocobalsine, calcium and vitamin D.
To do: Please refer to a specialist and find out the real reason for your irritation. Doctors will check your history to find out the reason and give you a solution.
Rheumatoid, Paralysis, and Physiotherapy specialist
Chairman and Chief Consultant
Dhaka City Physiotherapy Hospital
There are several strategies that can help you avoid irritation:
- Identify and avoid triggers: Understand what causes you to feel irritated and try to avoid those situations or people.
- Practice mindfulness: Be present in the moment and focus on your breathing, rather than dwelling on things that are bothering you.
- Develop a positive attitude: Try to see the best in people and situations and practice gratitude.
- Learn to let go: Don’t hold on to things that you can’t change.
- Take time for yourself: Make sure to set aside time for yourself to relax and do things that you enjoy.
- Communicate effectively: Express your feelings and needs in a clear and assertive manner.
- Practice empathy: Try to see things from other people’s perspectives and understand where they’re coming from.
- Practice self-care: Maintain healthy habits such as regular exercise, good nutrition, and adequate sleep to help you manage stress and improve your overall well-being.
It’s worth to mention, It is important to note that what might irritate one person may not bother another, and it’s important to understand and respect this.