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Peace of mind comes from confidence and acceptance of reality. An irritated person is someone whose inner worldview does not match the world around them, and they are too attached to their inner world to change their beliefs and priorities. The most common example with justice. Many people think that there is a certain unified justice and it exactly coincides with their internal one, and when this is not the case, discontent begins.
If you feel irritated and anxious, this is a sign that your inner world is unwilling to accept reality. And here it is very important: to accept something does not mean to agree with it, it only means that you consider the problem natural. Like rain in the fall.
First, you need to understand what kind of meaning you put in your “restlessness”. Is it fear-self-doubt, aggression, just fussy behavior? Describe yourself, then it will be easier what to advise.
You can resort to chemical preparations, but then your peace will be an artificially created simulacrum. And you can come to peace through the inner structure of your worldview built on eternal foundations, which are unshakable before the elements of the world, and therefore give a sense of firmness, confidence, and steadfastness. Allow a small quote on your topic, but not on your tags: