You don't need to struggle living with PMDD!
PMS (pre menstrual stress), also known as PMT (pre menstrual tension) affects women from around the world in different ways. Twenty to fifty percent of women between the ages of 30 to 40 with regular menstrual cycles experience premenstrual syndrome (PMS) as a regular physiological occurrence every month. The most common physical and psychological symptoms however, include:
- Feeling sad, hopeless, or worthless
- Feeling fatigued, lethargic, or lacking in energy
- Abdominal bloating/cramps
- Trouble falling asleep (insomnia) or excessive sleeping
- Joint or muscle pain
- Worsening of existing skin disorders, and respiratory (eg, allergies, infection) or eye (bulbar disturbances, conjunctivitis) problems
- Breast tenderness or swelling
- Mood swings
- Stress or anxiety
The difference between PMS & PMDD
A more extreme form of pre-menstrual stress is PMDD, or Premenstrual dysphoric disorder. If you find that you have more than five of the above symptoms every month, there is a good chance that you suffer from PMDD. If you suffer from PMDD, or know someone who suffers from PMDD, the PMDD-Treatment ebook will provide you with all you need to know about PMDD Treatment and PMS Treatment.