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All nicotine replacements do is reduce the cravings and mood swings a bit. The Sun (2017)He's 27 and has big mood swings when he is on a binge. The Sun (2016)The hormones in contraceptives sometimes affect libido and mood swings. The Sun (2015)Should you be worried about your mood swings? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Is there a supplement that could help her mood swings and temper? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Her moods swing from despair to elation in a very short time. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)Given her mood swings she may feel attacked by those who raise it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Could there be any medical explanation for such sudden mood swings? Times, Sunday Times (2014)BRITAIN'S youngest alcoholic would have suffered horrific shakes and wild mood swings. The Sun (2011)Her mood swings could be terrible. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)At home, mood swings and mind changes are replaced by decisive action. The Sun (2012)Elsewhere in the car park, the mood swings from anticipation to boredom to anticipation to boredom. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She was dangerous and unpredictable, with sudden mood swings and personality changes which became more and more disturbing for me. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Pluto is a planet that can change many things, so certain star signs could be affected by mood swings this weekend. The Sun (2015)He has gained in confidence, made a couple of loyal friends and is much better at recognising and understanding his mood swings. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'm not given to big mood swings. Christianity Today (2000)That's a cue for more nihilistic behaviour, mood swings and vomit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)At home, others' mood swings and mind changes are easy to cope with and you can push ahead with your plans. The Sun (2008)So here I am, a seller with mood swings. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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