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Depression before menstruation begins
Hi, this month a week before my date i felt depressed and very low. I was irritable and felt like crying on small things. It continued through my period days also. I got better after periods was over. Is it normal? Why does this happen? How to improve this?
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Many women have emotional issues before menses due to hormonal changes. There are medicines in Homoeopathy that can help you. Please consult over phone for detailed case history and right prescription for your ailments. You can get better in short duration
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The exact reason for sadness and PMS before and during your period aren't definitively known. However, experts believe that the drop in estrogen and progesterone, which occurs after ovulation, is a trigger. These hormones reduce production of serotonin, a chemical neurotransmitter. Following can help you Lifestyle changes Exercise. Try to be active for at least 30 minutes more days of the week than not. Nutrition. Try to resist the junk food cravings that can come with PMS. Sleep. Not getting enough sleep can kill your mood if you're weeks away from your period. Stress. Unmanaged stress can worsen depression symptoms.
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Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling online
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