Menopause Anger Management and Depression

July 21, 2012 - Comment

Maria asks… Menopause anger management or depression? Is anger or depression a symptom of menopause? And are there any organic ways to calm these symptoms? admin answers: Both anger and depression often go along with menopause anger. You can try taking Estroven tablets which are herbal. They’re supposed to help ease and calm the symptoms

Maria asks…

Menopause anger management or depression?

Is anger or depression a symptom of menopause? And are there any organic ways to calm these symptoms?

admin answers:

Both anger and depression often go along with menopause anger. You can try taking Estroven tablets which are herbal. They’re supposed to help ease and calm the symptoms of menopause.

Try reading some of the great informative articles at http://memo-pause.com  On a personal level I tried the mellow pause from Native Remedies. The relief I got was within a couple of days and now (3 months down the line) my life has taken a complete turnaround.  No woman should suffer there are so many great alternatives to try…its just a case of seeing what suits.

Steven asks…

This Question Deals With Menopause anger management.  Is Extreme Anger and Frustration Side Effect Of Hormonal Flux?

Am 46 yrs old so I know that I am in one phase or another of menopause.I have physical symptoms,nothing too bad or intolerable.However, there are certain times that I become just very pissed off and I have never felt this type of intensity of pissed offness until recently. Things or situations that would not bother me now have the potential to just set me off. I am just angry,very angry. Then the intensity wanes and is not so prevalent in my psyche. Has any of you menopausal females experienced something similar? I am other wise able to control the anger or at least intensity of it and am a pretty mellow person. What Gives? No Repressed Anger Issues. It has got to be hormonal, what hormone or lack of one would cause a person to feel an anger emotion during various situations much much more intensely? Menopausal women your personal experiences and anecdotes are appreciated.Thank You.

admin answers:

Yes they are. Though not all women experience emotional symptoms during menopause, but many women do. Emotional symptoms may include sadness, anxiety, or mood swings. Symptoms may be more severe for some women than others, just as with physical symptoms. Women who do experience emotional problems due to menopause should speak to their family doctor about it. Some treatment options are estrogen cream, low-dose antidepressants, soy products and certain herbal supplements. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may also be an option.

Chris asks…

Do you feel like you are going crazy when you start menopause?

What are some of the thing that help with menopause. My test came back that I was in menopause. And oh boy do I have anger and crying and feelings of going crazy. I also have anxiety disorder. Any advice?

admin answers:

Just live your life as normal but extra sleep or naps in the afternoon it takes away anxiety and anger. Think of the joy you will feel never having your monthly tormentor again :-)

Mark asks…

Do you feel healthier once perimenopause is over and menopause is complete?

Or is it even worse after menopause? (As far as mood swings, body aches, energy levels, anger at people). Thanks!

admin answers:

It’s great! No mood swings, health good. Only left over problem is that I now live at a higher temperature than I did before – so I don’t feel cold in winter! Get plenty of exercise, to ensure bones stay strong.

David asks…

What can I do to help my mom with menopause anger management?

My mom is going through menopause and she is depressed and very irritable. I have a very bad temper and can’t control my anger and can’t help but show that I’m annoyed when she’s miserable and cynical all the time. I know it’s a hard time for her and I want to help her.

admin answers:

Get her to try progesterone cream …many women are having a great result with something so non invasive!  See here 

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Cate says:

I’ve just recently been diagnosed as transitioning into full menopause which, with every other aspect isn’t a problem, except the anger. And its not just mild frustration or irritability. It’s pure seething anger that’s so consuming, so overwhelming I’m frightened of my actions. Prior to this nightmare, I was known as this meek and quiet person who never raised my voice. Never lashed out or sort confrontation where as now I’m a walking time bomb that explodes once a month for a good few days to a week, at the expense of my family and have no idea how to control it. I would love to hear if anyone has had success with some miracle remedy.

admin says:

Hey Cate
take a look at this site http://www.memo-pause.com, there are some great articles on anger and menopause there that will really help!
Good luck…

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