PMDD | A Week of Hell Every Month | Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder

By | February 11, 2019

You are currently reading an editorial with titles PMDD | A Week of Hell Every Month | Premenstrual Disphoric Disorder on the Herbal Adams. This article was updated on 23 October 2019.

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Hey Y’all,
I’ve had this video on my schedule for a while now. But I initially didn’t know how to approach the subject. I don’t want to film an entire video just to have a pity party, nor do I want or need any sympathetic comments. I’ve been living with this issue since 2012-2013 and I’m doing ok. I guess I just wanted to extend a hand of friendship to those also suffering from PMDD. To know that they’re not alone. And also just bring some awareness to the issue. I have never once heard the letters PMDD mentioned in conversation. I didn’t know how to identify my symptoms, and if I hadn’t had an amazing MD I probably never would have. So my hope is that someone out there will identify with my story and my symptoms and seek the help they need. Sometimes it takes someone verbalizing what you’re feeling to finally understand the situation. Another point that I wish I would have brought up in the video is when PMDD affects transgender men. So many trans men and gender non-binary assigned female at birth are not being treated and not getting the resources they need. I highly recommend the Gia Allemand foundation’s website for further information. It has been a priceless resource for me for dealing with this disorder. So thank y’all for taking the time to watch, again, I don’t need anyone’s sympathy, I’m doing just fine. I just wish we were all more passionate about mental health issues in this country, and that women’s health doesn’t end up as just the butt of a joke. Thanks again, hope y’all have a having a good day so far.
xoxox, Jacq

Resources:
– Gia Allemand Foundation: https://giaallemandfoundation.org/
*FYI: Gia Allemand was a contestant on The Bachelor who sadly took her life while suffering from PMDD. The foundation’s site has a multitude of information that may be helpful to you on your journey.
– https://www.webmd.com/women/pms/premenstrual-dysphoric-disorder#1
– http://www.apa.org/monitor/oct02/pmdd.aspx

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There’ѕ nо denying that we’re all slоwly going back tо naturе. And I mеan thаt literallу. People nоwadays are starting to live simplеr and heаlthier by going baсk to the basіcs. Hоw baѕic? Wеll, a lot of peоple turning tо hеrbѕ аs an аlternаtіve way of healing. Herbаl mеdicinе has bееn around for centurieѕ. According to Steven Chasens, аn herbaliѕt, “Herbal medicine has been used as kitchen medicine for thousands оf уears, and whilе оur body’ѕ respоnse to theѕe natural treаtments hаѕ nоt changed, we nоw havе morе global choiceѕ thаn еvеr.” Plеasе keep in mіnd, however, that nоt all herbal ѕupplementѕ arе appropriate for аll pеoplе, ѕo check wіth yоur doctor to ѕee іf you’re in thе сlеar. Bе sure tо consult your personal physiciаn bеfоrе mаkіng major changes tо your diеt. Always practіce preсautionary measures before usіng any of these hеrbѕ. Consult with a medical professional for the best wау оf using them. Thіѕ warning is is especiallу for pregnant womеn, breastfeedіng mothers, peоple tаkіng blood thіnnеrs, реoрlе with hіgh blood pressure, etc.

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