Can hormonal changes cause Depression??
Last Updated: 06/07/2019 at 10:43PM
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Jun 02nd, 2019 12:12PM
Roopa Koshy McCall
Yes hormones do have a tendency to impact mood. The common hormone-responsive depressive disorders are post natal depression, premenstrual depression and perimenopausal depression. It is a lot more common than you think, and there are resources and medication availble for the management of the same. Hope this helps!
Jul 06th, 2019 10:43PM
Depression may be caused by many reasons. Hormonal imbalance or change in hormones in the body us one of the cause. It is seen that after birth of the baby, mother can experience depression which is called Post Partum depression. One of the cause is change in hormones in the body. Similarly many experiences mood swings or are in low mood before the menstrual cycle. Pre and during Menopause there is change in hormones in our body which may have effect on our mood. Serotonin is said to have an effect on our mood. There are many ways we can help a depressed person to overcome depression. If you feel that depression or low mood for more than two weeks then you must consult a professional. You are welcome to Rich Psych! You can talk freely to our Counselors. We shall try our best to guide you! Thanks for contacting Rich Psych!
May 24th, 2019 09:40AM
Glenn Cajetan Nunes
Hormonal changes can trigger depressing thoughts and/or can make one vulnerable to depression. Hormonal changes don't cause depression - DEPRESSING THOUGHTS cause depression.