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The phases of a woman’s life may bring many changes in mood and mental health. While these mood changes can be unexpected, preparing for when they happen can help you better navigate the ups and downs. The Women’s Health Group is here to help.
Whether you are struggling with premenstrual syndrome, pregnancy hormones, or perimenopausal changes, we can provide natural treatment for all stages of life.
We focus on women's behavioral health from adolescence to postpartum all the way through menopause.
Mood changes can occur over the course of a woman’s life. Hormones often play a large role in these fluctuations, though outside factors such as the environment can also have an effect. While mood swings are common, it’s important to seek treatment when mood changes become more frequent or impact your physical health.
We help you regulate your mood using a holistic approach, which includes:
At the Women’s Health Group, we take mental health seriously, and we make it a priority to help women get a proper diagnosis and treatment for any mood conditions. Our goal is to reduce your stress and enhance your overall ability to function.
Mood disorder symptoms vary from person to person. Our mental health professionals provide a comprehensive assessment to ensure you have a personalized plan to fit your needs.
During the exam, your provider may ask you about:
- Emotional well-being
- Family history of mental illness
- Sleep habits
- Energy levels
Lead a More Balanced Life With Mood Management
You don’t have to live with frequent mood changes. If mood swings are causing you emotional distress or physical symptoms, it’s time for a change. Our providers will help you learn how to take care of your hormones so you feel better and live a more balanced life.
Choosing the Women’s Health Group for your treatment means getting care in a safe, caring, and skilled environment. We are highly trained and experienced in dealing with mood disorders, and we are committed to helping you achieve optimal health through holistic solutions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Mood changes can occur as a result of certain mental health conditions, thyroid problems, vitamin deficiencies, and more. Hormones can greatly impact mood and lead to ups and downs during many conditions, including:
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
Mood changes are common, but for some people, these fluctuations can lead to emotional distress or even physical changes. If you feel you are unable to manage mood changes on your own, we are here to help.