Mood Swings and Sudden Tears
Menopause brings with it many physical changes. In some cases, symptoms can be mild while in others, they can be dramatic and can cause significant disruption to your life. As many as a third of women experience mood swings during perimenopause and menopause. Emotional meltdowns, sudden tears and increased emotional instability may also have an underlying clinical origin, which is why it is important to discuss your symptoms with your health care provider.
When menopause is the cause of your sudden tears and emotional volatility, you can generally blame hormonal fluctuations. Women who have suffered from premenstrual syndrome, suffered from moodiness during a pregnancy or who had postpartum depression may be particularly susceptible and more likely to also suffer from menopause-related mood swings.
Emotional instability during menopause is generally linked to hormonal fluctuations. However, some women may suffer due to their other symptoms. Night sweats and cold flashes can interfere with a good night’s sleep, which may leave you moody and irritable. The challenges of life common during the menopause years, including teenagers or children moving away to college and retirement concerns, can also lead to increased stress levels. Women who have a history of depression may be more prone to menopause-related mood swings.
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