Possible reasons for frequent changes in mood may include: suffering a stress, overexertion, fatigue, chronic fatigue, nervous discharge or sudden changes in life. In addition to psychological factors, drastic changes in mood can indicate thyroid disorders, neurological diseases, diseases of the heart, liver, hormonal disorders, some types of cancer. In women they occur during menopause, before menstruation, during pregnancy due to hormonal imbalance. Causes frequent mood swings are also: alcoholism, drug addiction, a penchant for gambling.
In most cases, frequent and sudden mood swings accompanied by changes in emotional experiences. The mood will depend on health, ability to work, sleep and appetite. People with constant and abrupt changes of mood it becomes difficult to communicate with others, they begin to experience problems in family and at work, suffer from a misunderstanding of others, feelings of emotional dissatisfaction, inner loneliness.
Mood swings may indicate mental disorders - anxiety or bipolar. In bipolar disorder mood swings occur spontaneously. Sometimes they can be caused by certain situations or events. Some say that they there is a sharp deterioration or improvement of mood at work or during the weekends. People with anxiety disorder anxiety itself causes greater stress, which changes the mood. In fact, and in another case causes the mood swings can be decreased production of certain neurotransmitters that changes the level of hormones.
Often people think that their feelings and thoughts there are definite reasons, however, the change in the level of chemicals in the body can affect them no less than current events. People suffering from mood swings, often lowered the level of norepinephrine and serotonin. To bring them back to normal only with the help of antidepressants. Anxious and bipolar disorder lead to strong psychological fatigue. It seems that he will not be able to control the condition, he is afraid of relapse. This leads to more frequent changes of mood. Because mental disorders often there is a feeling of isolation, it has a profound effect on the person's attitude towards himself and life. Frequent mood swings can be a result of lower self-esteem due to the disease.