Do you remember when you could do anything, go anywhere without experiencing debilitating anxiety attacks? Panic attacks are one of the most horrible things anyone can go through. I should know. I had my first panic attack when I was 15 years old. I literally thought I was going to die. I felt weak, shaky, and sweaty with a dry, cotton mouth and terrifying heart palpitations.
From the time I was a teenager to the time I was in my late twenties, I was on a prescription medication called Klonopin for my anxiety attacks. Benzodiazepines like this are very difficult to get off of because of the terrible withdrawal symptoms. They’re just as bad if not worse than the panic attacks they’re used to treat.
Are you struggling with your child’s bad behavior? You’re not alone. Millions of frustrated parents just like you are practically tearing their hair out trying to figure out what’s causing their child’s behavioral problems. Before you take him to the nearest psychiatrist, let me share a secret with you. Behavior disorders don’t just happen. They’re not random chemical imbalances that just occur out of the blue.
Why Vitamin Deficiencies Cause Mood Swings
Vitamin deficiencies and mood swings go hand in hand. It’s very common for both men and women to be diagnosed with mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders because of one or more nutrient deficiencies.
Depression affects millions of men and women across the nation. It can be triggered by childbirth, hormonal changes, trauma, seasonal changes, stress, and nutritional deficiencies. Men and women with depression respond differently to the feelings of sadness, guilt, and hopelessness associated with depression. Women tend to withdraw into themselves and may spend long hours sleeping or crying, feeling as though they are unable to cope. Men, on the other hand, often express aggression and anger when they struggle with depression.