go through puberty so all are hormonal, maybe the hormone
change has more effect on some than on others.
All it takes is a sudden change in the balance of
the levels of estrogen and progesterone, "and poof!" you have
emotional problems. The overwhelming rise in progesterone in the second half of
the month, after ovulation, may bring about depression in your otherwise
pleasant teen. If estrogen and testosterone are overabundant, the result is a
very aggressive, contrary, adversarial teen.
It is the fluctuation, the sudden surges followed
by precipitous drops in hormones that cause the otherwise docile teen to change
moods with the speed of light.
If you are a frazzled parent who’s at
their wits end with their teenager being moody why don’t you bring them in for
a course of hormonal Bowen Therapy.
Generally 3 or 4 treatments, 4 days apart can balance their hormones,
then a top up treatment every 3 months may bring peace back into the household.