Monday, June 22, 2020

Her temper is always short-lived? Doctor: Mostly "more"!

The term "menopause" does not seem to be too friendly for most women. Search for menopause on the web, the search term/sentence associated with this is "menopause syndrome", "how to treat menopause" , "What to do if the menopause has bad temper", "What to do when the menopause is down, out of control", etc. It can be seen that the term menopause is not very friendly~

Before starting our popular science today, let’s first tell a related small story: a patient’s family said that her mother’s mood has been unstable recently. As long as there is a little thing, her mother will lose temper with her or his dad. Therefore, the father and son naturally became the punching bag of the mother.

At the beginning, she still didn't understand her mother. As long as her mother nagged her, she was particularly impatient, and sometimes even went back, but gradually, she not only found that her mother often lost her temper, but also found that her mother She often feels depressed and sometimes tears secretly, so she realized that the problem was not right and took her mother to the hospital for examination.

Why are menopausal women emotionally unstable

Yes, menopause is often used as a synonym for "bad temper" in our lives, but in fact, menopause is a transitional stage in which women gradually go from sexual maturity to old age, and every woman will experience it.

At this stage, with the decline of ovarian function and the decrease of estrogen secretion levels, women will experience a series of dysfunction of the neurosecretory system and autonomic nervous system. Neuropsychiatric symptoms are a manifestation of menopausal syndrome.

No.1 physiological factors-hormone fluctuations

Common symptoms include anxiety and depression. The reason is to talk about the fluctuation of menopausal hormones. Human emotions are not generated out of thin air, but are controlled by the nerves of the brain, so the hormones used in the brain change, and the emotions naturally change. (So ​​it’s a last resort for menopausal women to lose their temper, because hormones control her.)

Estrogen is one of these hormones, and it not only directly affects the brain, but also affects other hormones such as FSH (follicle stimulating hormone), DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), serotonin (serotonin), etc. , Indirectly affect the central nervous system that regulates emotions.

No. 2 social factors-multiple pressures

In addition, menopausal women face children's academic pressure, work pressure, parents' physical health problems, plus career responsibilities, economic problems, etc., multiple role pressures can easily lead to mood swings.

Under the dual effects of physiological factors and psychosocial factors, the incidence of depression in menopausal women increased.

You should know that depression is not just as "bad mood", it has risen to the category of disease, with symptoms such as pessimism, sluggish thinking, silence, inactivity, severe sleep disturbance, etc. If timely and appropriate intervention is not carried out There may even be some distressing consequences.

So, if you happen to be reading this article, if it happens to be a climacteric woman, don’t panic or even be afraid, please go to the hospital for the doctor’s correct examination and guidance~

If you are a child of a menopausal mother, please understand her, understand her ups and downs, and help her to successfully pass the menopause. Remember to take her to the hospital for examination when necessary~

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