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What Is PMDD? Symptoms, Signs & Treatment Of The Devastating Yet Frequently Undiagnosed Disorder - YourTango



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What Is PMDD? Symptoms, Signs & Treatment Of The Devastating Yet Frequently Undiagnosed Disorder 
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"Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a severe, sometimes disabling extension of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Although regular PMS and PMDD both have physical and emotional symptoms, PMDD causes extreme mood shifts that can disrupt your work and ...

 


What's The Difference Between PMDD & PMS? Here's How To Tell The Two Apart - Bustle



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What's The Difference Between PMDD & PMS? Here's How To Tell The Two Apart 
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There's no way around it: having your period can flat out suck, especially if you're experiencing premenstrual syndrome (aka, PMS). No, I don't mean the sexist version of PMS ? where men use your time of the month to invalidate your emotions or ...

 


11 Symptoms of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder You Shouldn't Ignore - SELF



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11 Symptoms of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder You Shouldn't Ignore 
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Premenstrual dysphoric disorder is like PMS on debilitating overdrive. Known as PMDD for short, symptoms of this condition can be similar to those of PMS (aka premenstrual syndrome), but with one major distinction: the symptoms?both psychological and ...

 


Growing opportunity for startups in the Asia-Pacific Premenstrual Syndrome Medicine industry - NB Post Gazette



Growing opportunity for startups in the Asia-Pacific Premenstrual Syndrome Medicine industry 
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Questale released a detailed assessment of trends in Asia-Pacific Premenstrual Syndrome Medicine market. The research report includes diverse topics like total market size, key market drivers, challenges, growth opportunities, key players etc. We have ...

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10 Reasons to Celebrate Darwin Day - Psychology Today (blog)



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10 Reasons to Celebrate Darwin Day 
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Gruskin, K., & Geher, G. (2018). The Evolved Classroom: Using Evolutionary Theory to Inform Elementary Pedagogy. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 12, 1-13. Hodgson, J. A., Bergey, C. M, & Disotell, T. R . (2010). Neanderthal genome: The ins and outs ...

 


10 Things About Postpartum Depression Your OB/GYN Wishes You Knew - Reader's Digest



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10 Things About Postpartum Depression Your OB/GYN Wishes You Knew 
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Yes, a previous history of postpartum depression does increase the chances of it happening again, but there aren't always easily identifiable risks. ?Most of the time the only risk factor is having had a baby,? Dr. Moore says. Women with a history of ...

 


Is PMS all in your head? - Independent.ie



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Is PMS all in your head? 
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Researchers analysed 41 studies on the subject and found that only a handful could link mood swings and the premenstrual period. They concluded, "Taken together, these studies failed to provide clear evidence in support of the existence of a specific ...

 


4 Science-Based Ways to Beat the Winter Blues - Pharmacy Times - Pharmacy Times



4 Science-Based Ways to Beat the Winter Blues - Pharmacy Times 
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Winter is a season to decompress, relax and do more activities inside. However, we also need to be able to have energy to tend to our responsibilities like work, taking kids to meetings and other life events. Some people get the 'winter blues,' but ...

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Let's stop shying away from talking about periods - The Aggie



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Let's stop shying away from talking about periods 
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84 percent reported feeling moody, yet the mood change offset by Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is something mocked constantly, with many people pinning a woman's disposition onto PMS, thus inciting her to feel ashamed of her own emotions. It's also ...

 


Pediatrician calls a truce with smartphones - LancasterOnline



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Pediatrician calls a truce with smartphones 
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These apps exist for premenstrual syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety and even more health conditions that require input about the patient's lifestyle and habits. Another smartphone bonus. ? The last 20 years have shown a drastic decrease in ...