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A Proven Treatment for PMDD

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Treating PMDD Naturally?

I mentioned in the prior post a very helpful guide on all aspects of treating PMDD and wanted to make mention of this again. This book is an excellent guide to getting rid of PMDD because its plan of treatment for PMDD follows the same ideas I promote in this blog, but goes into a lot more detail. This guide is called the PMDD Treatment Miracle and I have decided to make it the primary resource to link to for people looking to end their Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder.

If you are looking for the PMDD Treatment Miracle site itself, click here

The reason I chose this as recommended reading comes down to three main points that all fit my criteria for something worth reading, and following.

1. Advocates all natural methods in a holistic, multi faceted fashion, and does not condone the usage of medication.
2. Is well written, in a step-by-step manner without overly flowery words, or overly complicated explanations. It tells you what to do, why you should be doing it, and how to do it for each aspect of a treatment for PMDD.
3. Has proof that it works through many believable testimonials on the site.

If You Do Not Apply These Treatment For PMDD Methods Properly, They Will Not Work!

But everything in this guide mirrors what I have been saying for many years and goes a lot further as well. I know these things work because I suffered from a range of menstrual related conditions including severe PMS for many years as well as ovarian cysts and I believe other conditions that all related to the same core hormonal imbalances. My sister had PCOS which has similar root causes but different genetic base reasons than PMDD and she too followed very similar advice to what this guide on Treatments for PMDD detail. I know it works, I have felt it, and so has my sister, and so have many of our friends and people I have spoken with online while giving advice.

I am not saying it will be everyone’s perfect solution to Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, but I am saying that the advice is good, it presents it very well, and it is rooted in science instead of mystic new age clap-trap. So if you like the advice I give here on treatments for PMDD and find it helpful, and you want a complete step-by-step road-map to curing PMDD for good, please take a look at this e-book as it just may be what you need…

Visit the Official PMDD Treatment Miracle Site Here

Do Natural PMDD Treatment Options Really Work?

Natural PMDD Treatment
Natural PMDD Treatment

I got an email from a woman who had some serious doubts about natural PMDD treatment remedies. She had tried these sorts of things many times before she said to no avail and still suffered from PMS and PMDD (she was not entirely sure if she had PMDD but that is not the issue). She said she was using a combination of drugs which had largely stifled the symptoms in that last week but also realised she was drugging herself to the eyeballs and that it was not a good long term solution.

Well my answer is yes, natural PMDD treatments are worthwhile, and have a solid basis in science – not just feel good hippy rhetoric. Even the most jaded, drug prescribing doctor will advise you to eat healthy, exercise and all that because they know the drugs do not solve the problem. When  they prescribe them they just want to quickly end your pain so they can move on to the next patient, their healthy living advice is usually not heeded.

But if you have heeded this information and have tried it without success, you might be deflated and do not know what to do. There are a few reasons this might have happened which are common in natural, holistic treatments not working such as:

PMDD Diagnostic Test1. Not Continuing Long Enough – Natural and long lasting cures for PMDD take time to work. The age of instant gratification, instant pain relief, and on demand services has led us to expect the same thing of our body. This is not the way the body works though. A natural PMDD treatment requires time, for some women it might be a few weeks, others might take a few months! If you are persistent though, you will feel a difference being made.

2. Not Taking a Broad Scope – Some people also cherry pick the bits they like out of a holistic treatment for PMDD rather than doing ALL of them. Just changing your diet very slightly, doing some exercise and drinking some green tea is not enough. You have to take a broad scope and include as many aspects of healing as you can or you will only partially help yourself and et discouraged.

3. Inconsistent Usage – Like dieting, many women start and stop, and find excuses for not applying a consisted focus on their PMDD natural treatments. Doing this is a great disservice; as you feel nothing is happening and you often put your efforts back a long way. Consistency is key to this, and permanent change also has to apply, you need to make a lot of this habitual and a part of your everyday life.

So if you are like this poor lady who contacted me, consider how you are applying yourself to a natural cure – not just what the treatments are. If you do not even know where to start I highly recommend the PMDD Treatment Miracle which will give you all you need to know to combat this disorder.

How to Treat PMDD Symptoms

Treat PMDD Symptoms
Treat PMDD Symptoms

Knowing how to treat PMDD symptoms is an important part of treating PMDD as a whole. While doctors typically also focus on just treatment of PMDD symptoms also it is essential you know the difference between curing PMDD totally and stopping the signs of PMDD separately as well.

Symptoms of PMDD all come from a root hormonal imbalance caused by many factors in your life as well as a genetic predisposition to this condition as well. If you solve the hormonal riddle inside your body those symptoms disappear, which makes finding a natural way to treat PMDD at its base level very valuable. However, along the way you do need to treat PMDD symptoms as well so you can survive and function long enough for a long term PMDD cure to take effects. Luckily many actions that help with alleviating symptoms also have benefit in a longer term solution to this disorder too.

So let’s take a look at some of the common symptoms and what we can do about them as fast as possible:

Depression – This is a major problem for many women with PMDD that can range form a general lowness, to full on can’t-get-out-of-bed clinical depression. The most immediate things you can do to help this in my opinion are exercise, which can be hard to get yourself motivated for – but will always lift your spirits and help your body and mind be more energetic. Also Meditation can be of great help here, either proper meditation, or even just finding a quite place to yourself with no noise and a chance to reflect internally for a space of time. Herbally I mentioned in a previous post that St. John’s Wort is an excellent supplement that works like medical anti-depressants but without the side effects.

PMDD Diagnostic TestIrritability – Most PMDD suffering women get quite irritable, to outright angry in this period. Treating PMDD irritability requires some boosting of the feel good chemicals in the brain such as dopamine and endorphins. Exercise is again a massive booster of mood that should be taken into account. I would also recommend more intake of magnesium rich food and Magnesium Supplements which are known to boost your mood amongst other properties. I would also advise you talk to your loved ones and simply warn them, not that you are “in a bad mood”, but that you have a problem and for them to be patient. Also reassure them it is not their fault – it is not your fault either, but if you put blame into this volatile mix it ends up much worse.

Cramping – Increasing your water intake is very helpful to lessen the effects of cramping, but do not drown yourself as that can sometimes flush out a lot of useful nutrients you need. As odd as it might sound, sexual activity has been known to help reduce cramping too so even if you might not feel like it, if you can get int he mood this will help to end pain and improve your mood too. Supplements of zinc and calcium have also been proven to help reducing cramping and are a good PMDD treatment option.

Headaches – As above, increased hydration makes a massive difference to headaches. While you can take pain killers, I would advise against this in favour of Chasteberry as a natural alternative to treat PMDD. Again I would like to stress how good meditation can be to help with headaches, and depression, irritability and anxiety as well.