mood swing

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man flu and mood swings I felt his joy at going ahead, anguish at trailing, and joy again with a late equaliser.
While bipolar and borderline personality disorder have similar symptoms - such as extreme mood swings - that can oft confuse the two, they're completely different conditions that have their own unique treatments.
There are echoes of Shakespeare's King Lear in this moving account as Cox humanises the great man, capturing his mood swings, self-doubt, irascible spirit and sharp wit.
Although most children experience mood swings as a part of growing up, these mood swings may often persist for a longer period and interfere with the daily life of the child.
From the past few months I have been noticing that I have very frequent mood swings.
The Bipolar Workbook: Tools for Controlling Your Mood Swings, 2nd Edition
While going through it, the average woman suffers hot flushes for three years, two months and 21 days and mood swings for two years, 10 months and 15 days.
An essential part of managing bipolar disorder -- which is characterised by dramatic mood swings between manic energy and depressive apathy -- is being able to predict when those changes will occur, and act accordingly, Cnet reported.
I can't, for the life of me, understand my wife's mood swings," says Khalid, 28.
The women given traditional acupuncture had significantly lower MRS scores for hot flashes and mood swings at the end of the 10 weeks than the control group.
Not all mood swings are bipolar disorder" (Current Psychiatry, February 2011, p.
Waterproof mascara has become my valuable ally against MS mood swings.