Irritability is defined as feelings of annoyance, frustration, or impatience in response to external stressors that would not normally cause such strong reactions. It involves having a low tolerance for things that one would normally tolerate.
Common Causes

Some common causes of increased irritability include:

Managing Irritability

Here are some tips for managing feelings of irritability:

When to Seek Help

You should consider seeking help from your doctor or a mental health professional if increased irritability:

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