Moods Swings

Mood swings, characterized by drastic changes in emotional state, can be disruptive and challenging to manage. At Klarriti, we aim to connect you to a  psychologist that offers supportive, evidence-based therapy to individuals grappling with mood swings.

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Understanding and Managing Mood Swings

Mood swings can range from minor daily mood changes to significant mood shifts seen in conditions like bipolar disorder. These dramatic shifts can influence behavior, energy levels, and the ability to carry out daily tasks. However, with the appropriate therapeutic strategies, it’s possible to manage mood swings effectively[1].

Our team of mood swings psychologists comprehends the intricacies of mood disorders and related conditions. We employ a patient-centric approach, recognizing the unique circumstances and needs of each individual. We firmly believe in the power of personalized care in achieving stability and balance.

Therapeutic Strategies for Managing Mood Swings

Therapy for mood swings is tailored to the individual’s unique situation, taking into account the severity of their mood swings, their personal history, and any underlying conditions. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is frequently used to help individuals recognize patterns in their thoughts and behaviors that may contribute to mood swings[2].

Through therapy, individuals can develop healthier coping mechanisms, learn to identify potential triggers, and improve their response to mood shifts. This process not only assists in managing mood swings but also supports overall mental wellbeing and quality of life.

What causes mood swings?

Mood swings can be caused by several factors, including stress, lack of sleep, hormonal changes (such as those occurring during the menstrual cycle or menopause), mental health conditions like bipolar disorder, or certain medications.

Are mood swings a sign of a mental health condition?

While mood swings are common and can be part of the normal range of human emotion, they can also be a symptom of certain mental health conditions like bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, or major depressive disorder. If mood swings are severe, occur frequently, or interfere with your quality of life, it may be worth seeking help from a mental health professional.

How can I manage my mood swings?

Mood swings can often be managed with a combination of lifestyle changes (like regular exercise, a healthy diet, and good sleep hygiene), stress management techniques, and, if necessary, psychological counseling or medication. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), for example, can help you learn to identify and change thought patterns that lead to mood swings.

When should I seek help for mood swings?

If your mood swings are causing distress, affecting your ability to function in your daily life, or if you’re having thoughts of self-harm or suicide, it’s important to seek help immediately. You should also seek help if your mood swings are accompanied by other symptoms of a potential mental health condition, like significant changes in energy level, sleep patterns, or weight.

Seeking Help for Mood Swings

Seeking help for mood swings can be a significant step towards regaining control over your emotional wellbeing. With the right support, it’s entirely possible to manage mood swings effectively and lead a balanced, fulfilling life. If you or a loved one is grappling with mood swings, we’re here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our therapeutic services and how we can assist you.

[1] National Institute of Mental Health. (2016). Bipolar Disorder. Retrieved from

[2] Mayo Clinic. (2018). Mood Disorders. Retrieved from

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