Each and every one of us is annoyed by someone, something or some action. What is the cause of this annoyance? What is going inside our brains, when we are annoyed? What parts of our body are the most stressed when annoyed? These questions and more are discussed in this intriguing book.
Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us by Joe Palca & Flora Lichtman is a brief look into various aspects of scientific research results from a great variety of studies. After reading this book, I definitely have a better appreciation for the thousands of ways that people can get annoyed and also the thousands of different reactions people have while being annoyed.
For anyone interested in why they get annoyed with certain things, or people, or why others get annoyed so easily, this book is definitely open to a large audience. A light read with some witty humor, this book is a great read with some valuable insights on how we can counteract annoyances and move on with life. Check it out!