Can I not do something else than take medications for being emotional
Try getting more potassium and zinc in your diet. These two minerals have been directly linked to mood swings. Bananas and fish. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-i-not-do-something-else-than-take-medications-for-being-emotional ]
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- Try getting more potassium and zinc in your diet. These two minerals have been directly linked to mood swings. Bananas and fish.
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