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What does our bad mood depend on?

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For Marta Centellas, a psychologist at the Sum center in Barcelona, ​​bad humor is a state of mind influenced by many factors. As long as there are no neurological disorders, says the specialist, there is usually a denial of reality.

"The individuals are not satisfied with what they expected, with the expectation that they had deposited, and that produces a frustration that can translate into anger, bad mood, which makes them see things still more negative "; however, this is produced by a distortion of the perception of the present.

"The present is lived from the past or from projects that have not been fulfilled; so the present is denied, it is distorted. This produces tension, that who suffers it, seems that it is fought with everybody ".

Time bomb

Roy Baumeister, professor of Social Psychology at Florida State University and Mark Muraven, professor of psychology at the University of Albany in New York, expert on the limits of self-control in human behavior, coined in the nineties the term "ego exhaustion", according to which, will power is a limited resource that when exceeded becomes a small time bomb in a bad mood.

In that sense, it is almost not strange that some, when returning from work, are in a bad mood if they have exhausted their willpower to exercise self-control before tense situations in their work world.

It has also been noted by those who have quit smoking. It seems as if the self-control of craving for smoking will leave them no more strength than expressing a bad mood. Controlling the ego so as not to say barbarities at work or to avoid falling into the impulsiveness of cigarette smoking will trigger the fury of ego.

Fault of hormones?

Hormone fluctuations do not make it easy either. Some people link the outbursts of anger with those emotional ups and downs.

The bad mood associated with a state of dissatisfaction, displeasure, which in turn is related to levels of endorphins and other neurotransmitters such as dopamine. And the brain needs its doses to perceive enjoyment or, put another way, to neutralize displeasure.

However, not everything is so bad about that state of mind. Joe Forgas, professor of Psychology at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, states that "irritability, in moderate doses, tends to promote a more concrete, more harmonious and, ultimately, more successful communication style; In addition, it helps to pay more attention to the outside world and to deal with difficult situations.


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