7th April 2014 – Grazia – Why am I angry all the time?

Burnout and anxiety may have been last year’s buzzwords, but in 2014, it’s anger that’s jeopardising our relationships, careers and health – and women are more at risk…

Commenting on the rising issue, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, a neurophysiologist and sleep therapist at Nightingale Hospital London, says “the way our brains are wired makes us more emotionally responsive than men, which can make us more prone to anger. Plus we are trying to juggle professional and personal demands. We want to have it all but are not giving anything up in the process and anger is the price we pay…

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