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Mood swings

Most of us will have experienced mood swings at some point in our lives

Mood swings are a normal part of life for men, women and teengers, and can result from hormonal changes and stress. On this page, mental wellbeing advisor Marianna Kilburn explores the nature of mood swings, and gives some advice on how to manage them.

We all know how to look after our physical health, but when it comes to looking after our mental health it can be difficult to know where to begin.

Luckily, my free 6 days to boost your mood plan starts next Monday. Each day you’ll receive an email with different mood-boosting tips – from diet and lifestyle to music and meditation.

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As the A. Vogel Mood advisor, I recommend St. John’s wort made from freshly harvested Hypericum, to help with feelings of low mood.

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Did you know?

Healthy fats found in oily fish and plant oils such as flax, hemp, coconut and olive oil can help maintain your blood sugar levels and help your neurotransmitters stay happy

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