Generally speaking, it is normal to have days where you may feel happier than other days, or perhaps even sad. It is when these changes in mood begin to interfere with your every day life, or become extreme, that you may want to consult with a doctor to assess the underlying issue or what may be triggering them.
We all know that stress can cause many different issues, including being more short tempered, angry or even sad. On the other hand, mood swings or changes in behavior can also be a sign of a medical condition, especially if you are having them consistently or what seems, “out of your control”.
Some causes of rapid changes in behavior can be related to mental health, substance use, other health conditions, or hormones. If you experience extreme mood shifts, talk to your doctor about the best treatment plan for you.
Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone Peptides trigger the hypothalamus to release the bodies own stored growth hormone (GH).
DSIP (Delta Sleep Inducing Peptide) can act as a stress limiting factor as it increases sleep efficiency and shortens sleep latency. It has also been known to have anti-oxidant effects, and is beneficial for withdrawal symptoms of both alcohol and opioid use.
Selank & Semax are similar peptides in the melanocortin class that work in brain hormone signaling. They have been used to treat cognitive impairment, anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, metabolic syndrome, immune function, alcohol and benzodiazepine addiction.
Tesofensine was originally studied in patients with neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and researchers found subjects were losing weight. This peptide increases serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine which can help some patients with energy, mood, memory and weight.