Mood Disorder

We are entice of the provoking sunshine that rays the verdant forests and lush vegetation along the scallops of the mountains and the different feeling of wretchedness and frostiness during autumn and winter witnessing withering plants and the looming of the countryside in a total darkness. As the season changes, our moods also change yet some people experience depression during the moment of transformation that leads to mood disorder. It remains one of the most under-diagnosed mental health conditions that affect children and adolescents

Common Symptoms of Mood Disorder

            Common manifestations of mood disorder are relentless feelings of depression, sensation of bleakness or powerlessness, self-esteem absence, feeling of incompetence, guiltiness, dying feeling, eradication of activities once enjoyed, relationships intimidation, sleep uneasiness, appetite alternation, energy depletion, loss of concentration, poor judgment, frequency of physical grievance, attempts of suicide, aversion to denunciation and resentment. Some symptoms of mood disorder occur regularly or alternately depending on the sociological or biological factors affecting him.

Major Cause

Like other personality disorder, the origination of it is still unknown. Chemicals in the brain play a vital role in how our body reacts in a certain stimuli. However, depression and alike is caused by chemical and hormonal inequity in our nervous system. Untoward incidences may also trigger to dejected mood. Other factors that caused mood disorders are the multiple inheritance factors. These include aggression, family conflict and climatic changes. They commonly found almost in all facets of transactions and situations. They are incidentally acquired causing the anger and distress that we feel and generally these turn into a trait or behavior. If one fails to manage, these will persists creating symptoms for mood disorders. It is also believed that different genders possess moods and sometimes it affects interchangeably to others that builds confusion and depression. Cultural and geographical factors may also affect our mood. The migration of people may cause distress and shock to other cultures affecting their mood directly. Living in places with higher altitude directly affects our behavior and mood. If one is not comfortable then he might fail to control his mood and may affect other.


Clinically, medications are mainly based on age, totality of one’s health and medical background, and severity of the condition and typological of mood disorder, the tolerance for specific treatments, methods and techniques, anticipation of the disorder, attitude and predilection. If the medication mainly based on wide-ranging assessment, the success of treating mood disorder is possible. A couple of two or three medications are done to ensure that the patient will have the best alternative that he deserves to experience. Above all these, the family plays a fundamental position in leading the treatment to success.