Left untreated, PMS can develop into the more serious premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). The symptoms of PMS are tremendously accentuated in PMDD. For example, food cravings become binge eating. Lack of concentration becomes complete inability to focus. Mood swings become panic attacks or deep depression with suicidal thoughts. PMDD can also cause uncontrollable anger. PMDD was successfully used in England as a defense for murder, serial arsons, assault, shoplifting, and traffic violations. In addition to progesterone and antidepressant therapy, PMDD sufferers may benefit from counseling and a peer support group to avoid depression and substance abuse.
This free booklet explains the causes, symptoms and treatment options for treating PMDD and much more.
- What is PMS?
- Who discovered PMS?
- What are the signs and symptoms of PMS?
- How many women are affected by PMS?
- Who develops PMS?
- What does not cause PMS?
- Why does PMS develop?
- How dangerous is PMS?
- What happens during PMS?
- When should I seek medical treatment?
- How is PMS diagnosed?
- How is PMS treated?
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