Is there any neurological explanation to mood swings?
We all experience mood swings at one time or the other, so I feel it's worth knowing more
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 The victim at this mood swing can go through all the emotionally contradictory emotions. Suddenly the mind being a little bad, a lot worse, severe frustration, and happy things can happen in a short time.  Mood swings are seen more in women. Especially in the changed physical condition such as menstruation and mood swings are much more in pregnancy.  At this time, due to the hormonal disorder, a woman gets mentally disturbed. Which can lead to a mood swing of light or extreme dimensions.  Mood swings of this period are cut short because the time of the menstrual cycle is short. But pregnancy mood swings are long-term and can occur very severely.  After childbirth, psychological turmoil can be avoided. That's terrible for both the mother and the child.  But women are not only victims of mood swings, mood swings can happen on males also. It can be a very common topic for men who have changed their mind for a few days.  But when the week has passed, or more time has passed, but the mood is not correct then the opinion of experts or counseling is necessary.  However, the affected person also thinks of destroying himself. So should keep an eye on your mental health regularly. 

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First, let's clarify something if there is no background or pathology that can cause neurological problems mood changes in a person are caused by psychological or situational factors that intervene in situations of change, stress or in the face of fear or the unknown, causing the neuroreceptors of the brain to shoot up causing noticeable mood changes.

However, if we enter more into perspective, there are a large number of injuries, pathologies and neuronal disorders that make these neurotransmitters get out of control and generate random situations where people can not have control over these discharges, generating that any scenario can trigger mood swings.

Remember that the brain is a large neural network where the smallest signal of alteration can generate a number of problems.