On the outside, you see relationships in ruins, extreme mood swings between emotional outbursts and severe isolation, and a deteriorating future. If any of this sounds like your family, please know that there is hope. Residential treatment can help, not only your daughter but your whole family. You want her to find joy.
Causes and Risk Factors of Mood Swings
BBC Science | Human Body & Mind | Teenage Mood Swings
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Are My Teenager's Mood Swings Normal?
High-fat diets contribute to a host of serious conditions, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Limiting fat severely, however, is not the answer. Fats allow your body to absorb nutrients, fuel your muscles during exercise and promote satiation, and consuming too little fat is risky. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends a diet containing 20 to 35 percent fat, and advises choosing nutritious sources, such as nuts and olive oil, most often. To determine whether your fat needs are being met, seek guidance from your doctor or dietitian.
Even though girls get their periods on a cycle, that cycle can take different amounts of time each month. For example, a girl might get her period after 24 days one month and after 42 days the next. These are called irregular periods. Irregular periods are very common, especially in a girl's first few years of getting her period. Most girls get their first period between the ages of 10 and 15, but some get it earlier and some later.