Tuesday, 12 June 2012
Every one of us at some point of time in our lives must have experienced sudden changes in our mood. Such changes could have positively affected the functioning of our body or most of the times, negatively influenced the control of our body. These rapid changes are termed as mood swings.
An episode of mood swing is often related to irritability that may be caused from the environmental factors or the hormonal imbalances in the body. Any deregulation in the normal routine, excessive usage of drugs and alcohols, lack of concentration, emotional pressure, changes in the sleep pattern may result into mood swings, lasting only a few hours or few days and in some cases few weeks. Sometimes the person may get really upset, moving towards depression.
If such symptoms persist and cause hindrance to normal functioning and control of the body, it is advisable to consult a doctor or a psychiatrist or at the least talk to someone about it.
Mood swings sure can play havoc with our lives and there is nothing we can do firmly to prevent them but we should take care from letting them take extra control, hampering us from leading a good time and ultimately good life.