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Going through terrible family relation with spouse because of explosive behavior & mood changes.Help me cure of this havoc with any valuable advise pl?
Not sure if it is: You or your spouse with the explosive behavior ; mood changes. Note that you have anxiety ; depression. If you have the explosive behavior - then your symptoms are not adequately treated - let your psychiatrist know. If the behavior is on his part - give yourself permission to leave the situation before you feel endangered or unsafe. Set limits on what you are willing to tolerate. ...Read more
Is how a patient says they feel, or how someone feels internally, versus how someone's mood appears, which is called "affect." if you say your mood is "happy, " and you appear to be so, we would say that your affect is congruent. If, however, you actually look really angry, we would say your mood is "happy" and ...Read more
Maybe at first: Lithium is typically used to treat mood disorders - either bipolar disorder or as a add on for major depression. Like most psychiatric medications the onset of benefit may take several weeks. After a few weeks with the appropriate dose - then mood symptoms should decrease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the current opinion on hrt? I get very bad night flushes and moodiness (i am 51) but don't want to take a drug if it is risky.
Case-by-case: There are many helpful treatments for menopausal symptoms, and these are best reviewed individually. That way, your doctor can look at your personal heath risks, including family history & make reasonable suggestions for you. Hrt is not a "blanket" treatment for everybody, but bioidentical hormones can surely help some. There are also botanicals that can help; some antidepressants too. ...Read more
Is it possible if I'm allergic to anything I caugh & a little out of breathing included with moodiness, & dont feel good.
Can be: Depends on the type of moodiness. Teenage moodiness probably is more environmentally induced that genetic. However, many causes of persistent moodiness--depression, dysthymia, anxiety, and bipolar disorder, e.g.--all have genetic contributions. That said, genes are only a part of the picture, and predisposition does not mean it has to happen. If it's causing problems, seek help. ...Read more
It can be.: Hormones are powerful and every woman's response is different. The kind of progestin (synthetic progesterone) in the NuvaRing is different than in any other hormonal birth control. If have used other forms without moodiness, this could be why. Some women using hormonal birth control, experience a drop in vitamin b levels. You can try supplements or you may need to change methods. ...Read more
There are prescrip-: -tion medications (such as Paxil or zoloft), for PMS moodiness. One can also use saint john's wort instead. Try to not schedule stressful things during that time, warn others of that time of the month, meditate, go to yoga, listen to relaxing music, eat dark chocolate, take calcium, go to bed early, read a good book, take b-complex, avoid salt, exercise, and know that "this too shall pass"! ...Read more
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