Going through the ups and downs of menopausal mood swings can feel like you´re on the tilt a wheel at the amusement park. Don´t despair–there are things you can do for your health to ensure your menopausal mood swings don´t take over.
Exercise not only invigorates the heart but also the mind. Exercises help trigger the production of endorphins or “happy” chemicals that help elevate mood and reduce anxiety which can lead to depression.
Try incorporating three, thirty minute sessions a week of a light to moderate exercise such as jogging or rowing. Mixed with weight resistance, exercise is great at melting away daily stressors that are putting you down.
Research shows it also has substantial impact on treating mild to moderate depression.
2. Enjoy Your Sleep
A good night´s rest is essential in helping you revitalize your body and kick start your day. Generally older adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best during the day. Although many people only get a few hours of sleep or might feel that only a few hours is sufficient to feel rested, research shows that people who sleep less over several nights don´t perform as well on complex mental tasks and have greater anxiety which can lead to emotional outbursts.
3. Curb Stress
Take a lesson in self-preservation and enjoy your time. Eat regularly and avoid skipping meals which can create more stress.
Practice breathing techniques or take up yoga or any gentle, meditative exercise that promotes deep relaxation.
4. Limit Caffeine
Although it may be tempting to head to your nearest coffee shop for a mid-afternoon pick me up, it´s better to avoid the caffeine altogether.
Caffeine acts as a stimulant to directly affect the nervous system, leading to mood imbalance.
5. Limit Alcohol
Most experts agree the occasional glass of wine, particularly red wine, is fine in moderate amounts. However, experts are unanimous about one thing – the effects of alcohol on mood. Alcohol acts as a depressant, so while you may feel better temporarily, the “feel good” effect of alcohol eventually wears off.
Long-term effects of alcohol misuse on the body can lead to mental disorders such as depression, anxiety and mood swings.
6. Supplement for effective relief
Mood swings are a normal part of menopause, but learning how to combat them before they defeat you is a step in the right direction.
When estrogen levels start to decline, mood swings are just one of 34 symptoms which you might have to deal with. Increasing your estrogen and progesterone levels the natural way is one of the best ways to counteract menopausal symptoms.
The Manna Menopause Support contains only the best natural phyto-estrogens (plant derived estrogens) to boost your hormones for effective relief.
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