Common causes of dysphoria

Relationship Difficulties- within marriage, business partnership, friendship, or family situations can lead to feelings discontentment in one’s life.

Severe Grief- it is common for grief to last longer than a year. Those with difficulty moving beyond the loss after a year may feel dysphoria.

Persistent Stress- can lead to extensive problems emotionally and physically. Dealing with stress for extended periods can negatively affect their well-being. If dysphoric moods present due to unresolved stress, it is crucial to address the stressors to bring their body and mind back into balance.

Mental Health Conditions- people with certain conditions routinely experience dysphoric moods. People with depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder, with a strong possibility of uneasiness can be dysphoric.

Nutritional Deficits- The body requires the right amounts of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to function properly. Studies show many psychological issues can be improved using B vitamins, certain minerals, and a range of essential fatty acids. Consult with a nutritionist for ways to add the right nutrients to your diet to help prevent dysphoric moods.

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