What is rapid mood swings? Causes, how to deal with it?

When there are mood swings, usually you will see that person talking excessively in the crowd and then suddenly becoming quiet while talking.

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Most people experience mood swings from time to time. However, when mood swings become chronic, they can affect a person's health, relationships, and quality of life. People often avoid the habit of frequent change in mood or bad mood, but have you ever thought that this habit of yours can be a sign of some serious disease. This habit can also be called rapid mood swings. In many serious cases, it is linked to bipolar disorder. Therefore, it is right to get this problem treated in time. 

What is rapid mood swings? 

Many health experts believe that mood swings are not a mental disorder but can happen to anyone. Sometimes mood swings can occur due to the habit of underestimating oneself compared to others, or due to excessive tension in life. Whereas girls have to go through this problem every month due to hormonal imbalance.

Why it happens? 

When there are mood swings, usually you will see that person talking excessively in the crowd and then suddenly becoming quiet while talking. If there is such a person around you, he may need your support. Don't leave such a person alone for a long time.

Reasons behind rapid mood swings

  • Many health experts say that due to poor mental health you may have frequent mood swings. Bipolar disorder is also one of these. A person suffering from this disorder becomes completely happy and completely sad.
  • Even if a person is suffering from depression for a long time, symptoms of rapid mood swings can be seen in him. Therefore, health experts advise us to stay away from stress because it not only makes you a victim of rapid mood swings but can also make you a victim of many other diseases.
  • Due to hormonal imbalance, the risk of rapid mood swings also increases. Due to this the central nervous system can be affected. Therefore stay away from stress as much as possible.

How to deal with it? 

  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Visualization techniques
  • Aromatherapy
  • Going to bed at a regular time and relaxing before bed with soothing music
  • Avoiding alcohol, caffeine or any mood-altering substances
  • Committing to regular exercise