How CBG Can Help with Severe Mood Swings

Many people experience a change in mood from time to time. Some may be more positive while others are more negative. These mood changes often do not last very long and can usually be offset with some positive news or events. It has been stated that a mood is contagious and being around a negative person may negatively influence an individual’s state of mind. Keep in mind, that there are several factors that may affect an individual’s mood. In more serious cases, mood changes are diagnosed as depression, chronic depression, anxiety, or one of the mental disorders on the spectrum. A study suggests that mood can negatively impact empathy and thus influence relationships with others. In addition, previous research suggests that humans have the intrinsic ability to feel what others are feeling through the internal processes. Various medications are available to treat mood disorders of varying severity, including both medical and natural remedies, such as: Alternatives to natural remedies and medication include:
  • Listen to up-beat music
  • Take a walk
  • Go to the gym
  • Declutter
  • Laughing
  • Venting
  • Positive affirmations
  • Being thankful
There are various other lifestyle changes that an individual can make to help alter a negative mood. Starting with basics involves including regular exercise in the daily routine, getting a sufficient amount of sleep, being organized, working on time-management skills, eating a balanced diet, practicing mindful meditation, and simply spending time outdoors. A practice that seems to have gained popularity over recent years, known as ‘earthing’, involves taking off one’s shoes and simply standing on soft grass while meditating. This apparently does wonders to help alleviate a bad mood and to connect with nature. Keep in mind that some of these remedies may work but in certain cases a combination of remedies may be more successful.