Menopause: How to Control Mood Swings

Menopause: How to Control Mood Swings

 With symptoms like hot flushes, night sweats, weight gain, and hair loss, it is not at all surprising that women going through menopause can get irritated and experience severe mood swings… The good news is that there are ways to control these mood swings. The one thing to keep in mind is that you will…

Menopausal Diet

Menopausal Diet

With hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings and hormones all over the place, your diet is probably the last thing on your mind! Well, you should reconsider that, as certain foods help relieve some of the menopausal symptoms, whilst other may severely worsen them. Spicy Foods Although you might be craving big cheeseburger with Jalapenos,…

How Does Sugar Affect Mood Swings?

Mood swings are particularly common in menopausal women and females who are suffering with premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Why? Because mood swings are usually a result of a change to a woman’s natural hormones. This means that a hormonal imbalance, a disruption to the production of hormones, or a hormonal dominance can all send our emotions…

Menopause Mood Swings

Menopause can not only prompt uncomfortable physical symptoms, it can also turn woman´s emotions into an out-of-control pendulum by afflicting her with mood swings. Menopause is a time of significant hormonal changes, and these changes, typically occurring in women between the ages of 45 and 55, can affect emotional stability just as much as the…

Trying to Control Mood Swings during Menopause?

The quest to control mood swings is one of the most difficult, unpleasant, and common of menopause. Although some feel that it is hard to manage mood swings during menopause, it is not impossible. In fact, women often find that they are able to control mood swings by adopting lifestyle changes. Although it is important…

Male Menopause (Andropausal) Mood Swings

Male Menopause (Andropause) Mood swings are often a typical symptom of andropause, generally referred to as male menopause. Symptoms normally come on gradually and can affect a man’s mental attitude and emotions. Doctors at Mayo Clinic say that depression in men may include signs such as Irritability social isolation drinking too much illegal drug use…