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Nowadays small things make me angry or frustrated.

Ex: If someone coughs i get irritated, little high volume irritates me, moderate light to my eyes irritates me, anyone talking to me for more than 2 minutes irritates me. Like this my list goes on, so whom should i consult with to get my life be free of these worries.

I know suicide is not an option (i won't do it, so no worries)
 

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Perhaps a therapist who is trained to deal with this
 

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Hmm i see, but i don't know which therapist. I can live this life without bothering anyone, but i love to check with a professional about it.
 

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First I would consult with a family doctor to rule out any physical causes for your problems and that doctor may offer some advice on referrals or medications that might be helpful. Maybe even some herbs could be helpful.
 

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Sound and light sensitivity could be caused by anxiety but I'd ask a primary doctor first to clear out anything medically related before seeing a psychologist or psychiatrist.
 

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Nowadays small things make me angry or frustrated.

Ex: If someone coughs i get irritated, little high volume irritates me, moderate light to my eyes irritates me, anyone talking to me for more than 2 minutes irritates me. Like this my list goes on, so whom should i consult with to get my life be free of these worries.

I know suicide is not an option (i won't do it, so no worries)
Hard to offer much, since your profile says you're in India and I don't know anything at all about how health care in India works. If you have a general purpose doctor I'd go and talk to them first, and see if they think they should refer you to someone else.
 

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Thanks for your kind suggestions, i will check with my family doctor about it. He can guide me to the right person i believe.
 

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Do you have a sensory processing disorder? Try using a weighted blanket, or when you're frustrated, you can roll yourself up tight into a regular blanket. Put more effort into normal tasks, like chewing harder, or when you use a squeeze ball, use your whole arm to squeeze rather than just your hand, or when you go for a walk, walk with your whole body by pumping your arms, over-acting with your legs and tightening your core. Do resistance training at the gym. Put your whole body into whatever activity you are doing. Do mindfulness (meditative) techniques to develop body awareness.

If you have a sensory processing disorder, talk with an occupational therapist. There are ways of learning to cope with the symptoms and integrate sensory input.
 
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