Mood swings, ups and downs, food cravings, lack of sleep, anxiety….etc. Your temper may be an indicator of a health problem. Be careful.
Temper is related to several medical conditions such as anxiety, menopause, bipolar disorder and others. It is somehow logic seeing that these conditions are related to hormonal changes or imbalances. Yet temper is an indicator of problems unrelated to psychological or mental issues.
Temper is an indicator of heart problems. Harvard Medical School confirmed that 50% of heart patients have depressive symptoms. What’s the relation, you ask?
When someone is under stress and suffering from depression, anxiety and insomnia, he/she is more likely to have heart problems than someone with high blood pressure or high cholesterol level. When stress hormone level increases, blood vessels constrict and heartbeat rate fasten. The visual symptoms could be rapid breathing, weak pulse, dizziness, pain in arms or legs or chest, visual changes…etc.
Your temper can be the mirror of your heart rather than your hormones.