Help For Those Who Have Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder
There are more than one hundred and thirty symptoms of this health condition. And why are there so many? The woman suffers from various hormonal and physiological variations. The increase and fall of estrogen, then the increase of progesterone, is this seesaw that causes this imbalance that causes the so famous (PMDD) Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder.
Most people know that many women suffer from the famous PMS. There are some features in PMDD like anxiety, irritability and sadness when all of this presents itself in a more intense way. We already know that many women go through this whirlwind of feelings with a much greater intensity, which we call Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder, this disorder affects 2% to 5% of women of reproductive age.
The Gynecologist Leonardo Bezerra says that this disorder is diagnosed for its intensity and the impact on the quality of life of this woman. In the personal, professional and physical area.
Lack of interest in activities that previously generated pleasure.
Some women have migraines and body aches.
These symptoms usually get worse from one week to fifteen days before menstruation. Then they tend to improve with menstrual flow.
Many women are finding on a low fat, non-caffeine diet and with physical activity an improvement and a control.
It really is a very complicated phase, until the person is diagnosed, suffers a lot.
PMS can be classified as mild, moderate and severe.
Usually the woman has swelling and nervousness, pain in the leg and breasts.
It usually comes accompanied by easy crying, headaches and tiredness.
This is where the extreme of all symptoms dwells. Depressed mood, anxiety, nervousness, mood swings, insomnia, memory impairment, headache, etc.
Many patients are referred to the psychiatrist for the correct diagnosis, not to be confused with another disease, because it is so delicate and the symptoms are very similar to those of a depression, for example. So, this kind of disorder is not even the freshness of a woman as many speak out there.
A Psychiatrist speaks a TPM can be controlled with physical activity, it is not a disease. A PMDD is a psychiatric diagnosis. It is a subtype of depression. So it does not just depend on willpower.
To give this diagnosis is done a very detailed monitoring.
Because some symptoms are similar to those of other diseases, women should see a doctor.
Some women are genetically predisposed to have PMDD.
Medicines for Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder are antidepressants. They are lighter, but they are antidepressants.
Food change occurs in this phase of PMS. So the tip is balanced nutrition, water, fruits and carbohydrates. Foods rich in vitamin B3 like spinach, plum, fish, hazelnuts. The key is to eat well.