Older men have a temper related to disease
Medical research has found that the “grumpy temper” of older men is also associated with senile diseases such as hypertension and cerebral arteriosclerosis.
These patients are often accompanied by headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, insomnia, memory loss and other symptoms, especially for the upcoming events, and even if they say in the morning, they will be forgotten at night.Emotional instability, emotional vulnerability, depression, or crying, or sneer.
In addition, one-third of patients will have fear or suspiciousness, often wondering what illness they have.
Development will also lead to mental decline, emotional apathy, and tend to Alzheimer’s disease.
Particularly serious is that some elderly people with high blood pressure and cerebral arteriosclerosis usually do not have any self-conscious symptoms, but they are often irritated by temper, and often suffer from a stroke under anger, which may even endanger life.
It can be seen that the generation of “weird temper” of the elderly has both physiological and pathological factors as well as psychological factors.
Therefore, for these elderly people, we must first maintain a good psychological state, less annoying, no anger, less temper.
Under normal circumstances, you should always measure your blood pressure and take antihypertensive drugs correctly to keep your blood pressure stable.
Quit smoking, wine hobbies.
You should also participate in a variety of cultural and sports activities within your power.
The family and society should create a good environment for the lives of the elderly, especially the harmonious family.
This is conducive to the elderly to cultivate self-cultivation, eliminate the “weird temper”, and the healthy and happy old age.