Question for may 25th 2017

What in your opinion causes your mood to go down?


Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

7 thoughts on “Question for may 25th 2017”

  1. There are looots of such things, I think most people have so. My mood is down when I’m stressed/highly anxious, it’s quite logical though. And so is now, ’cause I’m during my exam session at school, so I’m stressed most of the time and my mood is quite low. It’s annoying, ’cause when you’re down you often lack motivation. But luckily I finish exams tomorrow and currently I’m rather glad of my results. Besides, I noticed that the time has some more or less influence on my mood. Now I rather tend to be lower in the morning, but even few months ago evenings were the time when I felt worst. So it looks like kind of cycle, though I think I must observe myself for longer to know something more. I’m often depressive when I am bored or in a new situation, even if it’s good to me and I’m happy that it happened, it always takes some time to get used and during this time my mood is rather down. My mood is also down when I don’t take my Iodine or don’t take it for some time (it may seem weird for some people, but I have hypothyroidism and hypothyroidism has a lot in common with our mood and the natural medicine for hypothyroidism and its symptoms is Iodine), it’s almost as important as my antidepresant. I’m also very down when I can’t do what I love for a longer time. And when I have PMS, I’m often very depressive then. But even if I try to observe myself, I still feel very often like I completely don’t know what causes my low mood. I believe it has to take some time.

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  2. There are so many things that can cause my mood to go down or change negatively. Change is probably the biggest cause. Change scares me, makes me nervous, causes anxiety and/or panic attacks, and can even cause me to go through a manic or hypomanic episode.


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