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Pms And Anger
Depends: Micronutrient deficiencies or neurotransmitter imbalances can play a part in mood. An integrative medicine doctor or nd can help sort that out. Neurofeedback can train your brain to work better. A psychiatrist can figure out prescription meds to help until other measures kick in. Therapy can also help. http://www.getselfhelp.co.uk/cbtstep1.htm. ...Read more
There could be a: Number of things such as hormonal imbalances, extreme stress, fatigue, this can be a situational stress from job, loss of a loved one, change of life, the only way to truly rule out the possibilities is to consult with a doctor this is to make sure you are getting proper treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple ideas: Some women benefit from antidepressants such as zoloft, prozac, and paxil (paroxetine). All need fresh, whole foods, consistent rest and exercise, and stress reduction. Some find relief through botanical medicines such as st. John's wort, black cohosh, and chasteberry, and nutrients such as evening primrose oil & magnesium. A trained classical homeopath may be able to prescribe helpfully for you, too. ...Read more
Tiredness headaches mood swings dizziness depression anxiety and inattention. What causes all my symptoms?
See below...: All the symptoms u describe are not uncommon with depressive disorders...Although more details are needed, to know for sure... I hope u are in psychotherapy working on the underlying emotional issues. I have seen many a client have their physical symptoms disappear as their depression lifted... Of course, a general physical work up with ur md is a good idea as well... Wishing you well! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possibly: You need to start with a comprehensive evaluation looking at both your psychological state and medical issues. Any identified medical causes for sxs need to be addressed. A psychiatrist can provide thorough diagnostic assessment and determine what treatment is indicated. A mood stabilizer may or may not be the best choice. Get help soon. Take care. ...Read more
Management technique: First, i want to commend you for asking the question. Out of control anger can be managed. You can try on your own by learning such techniques; if its not working, seek the help of a professional (psychologist or psychiatrist) with expertise in anger management. You can find some ideas at the website of mayo clinic: www.Mayoclinic.Org/healthy-living/adult-health/in-depth/anger-management. ...Read more
Paranoia: Paranoia, mood swings and anxiety could have several causes. I would suggest to anyone with those symptoms that they first go to their primary care physician to rule out any physical reasons for those feelings. If there are no physical causes, then it would be wise ask a primary care physician for recommendations for local therapists and/or psychiatrists. ...Read more
The mood swings: That may occur are related to hormonal changes in the woman's body. ...Read more
Lots of stress and anxiety, missed period, abdominal cramping and gas. Is this all anxiety and stress related?
Who knows?: You know if you had unprotected sex. If so - pregnancy is a good alternative suspect. Cramps and gas can be from diet choices too. Consider a pregnancy test. Consider your eating habits. If you want a cleraer answer - see a doctor for an exam and tests as needed. Best! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
DEPRESSION: Get an evaluation from a psychiatrist to help identify what depression means to you and whatever else may be bothering you. Consider recommendations for medication if any are given. Get a referral for a reputable psychotherapist to speak with. Meds and therapy combined are most optimal; no just one or the other. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Both 'yes' and 'no': If all goes well, yes. It can really help in both superficial and meaningful ways. If all goes badly, it can exacerbate problems even tragically. If it has ups and downs (likely), it can be just like most people's life. Is this a new part of life or a return for you? Talk therapy/counseling may help you decide. Best! ...Read more
Racing thoughts about relationship be caused by birth control? Crying spells. Depressed. Anxious. Mood swings. PMS symptoms. I was fine until PMSing.
PMS: Hormonal changes affect moods. Consult your Ob./Gyn. ...Read more
Mood swings, anger, sleepless and abdominal cramps and I am on birth control pills for endromectious?
Possible side effect: There are many different birth control pills--and most of the time you can find one that doesn't cause bothersome side effects. Mood swings are one possible effect, but changing pills can be helpful. Sleeplessness isn't a common side effect, and can be due to many things. Abdominal cramps may even be due to your endometriosis. Talk with your gyno about options. ...Read more
What to do if there's constant sadness, loneliness, anger and mood swings? Wwhat is wrong with me?
Depressed or bad : childhood. Either you have a mood disorder or you may have had an abusive, neglectful, stressful childhood. Either way, talking to a counselor and finding out if you need medicine is the right step. this gets worse untreated and can lead to embarrassing situations based on unmet needs so take it seriously. ...Read more