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Hey Y'all, I've had this video on my schedule for a while now. But I initially didn't know how to approach the subject. I don't want to film an entire video just to have a pity party, nor do I want or need any sympathetic comments. I've been living with this issue since 2012-2013 and I'm doing ok. I guess I just wanted to extend a hand of friendship to those also suffering from PMDD. To know that they're not alone. And also just bring some awareness to the issue. I have never once heard the letters PMDD mentioned in conversation. I didn't know how to identify my symptoms, and if I hadn't had an amazing MD I probably never would have. So my hope is that someone out there will identify with my story and my symptoms and seek the help they need. Sometimes it takes someone verbalizing what you're feeling to finally understand the situation. Another point that I wish I would have brought up in the video is when PMDD affects transgender men. So many trans men and gender non-binary assigned female at birth are not being treated and not getting the resources they need. I highly recommend the Gia Allemand foundation's website for further information. It has been a priceless resource for me for dealing with this disorder. So thank y'all for taking the time to watch, again, I don't need anyone's sympathy, I'm doing just fine. I just wish we were all more passionate about mental health issues in this country, and that women's health doesn't end up as just the butt of a joke. Thanks again, hope y'all have a having a good day so far. xoxox, Jacq Resources: - Gia Allemand Foundation: https://giaallemandfoundation.org/ *FYI: Gia Allemand was a contestant on The Bachelor who sadly took her life while suffering from PMDD. The foundation's site has a multitude of information that may be helpful to you on your journey. - https://www.webmd.com/women/pms/premenstrual-dysphoric-disorder#1 - http://www.apa.org/monitor/oct02/pmdd.aspx What I'm Wearing: - Lips: ColourPop Ultra Glossy Lip in Sookie - Eyes: Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette My Codes: - Glossier (10% off your first purchase + $10 in store credit for me): http://bff.glossier.com/hBWdS - Ebates ($10 cash back on your first purchase + $15 cash back for me): https://www.ebates.com/r/JACQUE10146?eeid=28187 - UberEats (God I love this app... $10 off your first order + $5 credit for me): http://ubr.to/EatsGiveGet code: eats-jacquelynb1102ui You're welcome to catch up with me elsewhere, I'm @JacquelynLovene on everything. Or feel free to email me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Fluoxetine is used for treating premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), a severe form of premenstrual syndrome. Used for treating depression or obsessive-compulsive disorder in adults and children. It is used to treat bulimia nervosa and panic disorder in adults. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. http://www.24-health.com/item.php?group_id=60&id=5121 http://www.24-health.com/item.php?group_id=60&id=714 Trade Names: Fluoxetine is sold under the brand names Prozac, Symbyax (compounded with olanzapine), Sarafem, FLUX (Pakistan), Fontex (Sweden, Norway), Foxetin (Argentina), Ladose (Greece), Fluctin (Austria, Germany), Prodep (India), Fludac (India) Oxetin (Bosnalijek,Bosnia and Herzegovina), Seronil (Finland), Lovan (Australia) and Prizma (Israel)
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PMDD Treatment Miracle by J Pritchard is a PMDD treatment, which helps users eliminate their premenstrual dysphoric disorder quickly. Is it scam? You can read the full PMDD Treatment Miracle here http://vkool.com/pmdd-treatment-with-pmdd-treatment-miracle/
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original source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXZSeiAl4PI Psychology Professor Dr. Jordan B. Peterson talks about the treatment of depression. Dr. Peterson's new book is available for pre-order: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: http://amzn.to/2yvJf9L If you want to support Dr. Peterson, here is his Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jordanbpeterson Check out Jordan Peterson's Self Authoring Program, a powerful tool to sort yourself out: http://bit.ly/selfAuth (Official affiliate link for Bite-sized Philosophy)
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Source: https://www.medindia.net/ For more information, Please visit: https://www.medindia.net/doctors/drug_information/fluoxetine.htm Fluoxetine belongs to a class of medications called antidepressants. Fluoxetine, a selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitor works by increasing the level of serotonin in the brain which helps in maintaining mental balance. Fluoxetine is prescribed for treating major depressive illness, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), panic disorder, bulimia nervosa or eating disorder, and trichotillomania (TTM) or hair pulling disorder. Never stop taking fluoxetine suddenly as it may lead to withdrawal symptoms such as mood changes, irritability, anxiety, and confusion. Patients should consult the physician immediately if suicidal ideation or any unusual behavioral changes occur. Please help us translate this video in your language to make it more universal and useful to your language community. We present useful and essential information on the drug fluoxetine that everyone should know when taking this drug. Use Medindia drug information to check drug to drug interactions if you are taking more than one drug. Share your comments if you are experiencing any unusual side effects.
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For excellent expert opinions on mind science - Subscribe here: http://corebrainjournal.com/about *Shortlink for this Balance Video:* http://corepsych.com/balance ADHD & Depression, ADHD, & Anxiety occur together over 80% of the time from my clinical experience and must be treated simultaneously with clear objectives on both sides. If you miss 50% of the problem you're likely to miss it all. You can find Dr. Parker’s book "New ADHD Medication Rules: Brain Science & Common Sense" globally, by clicking on this link: http://geni.us/adhd 0:30 0:54 *How To Start ADHD Meds* Download: http://corepsych.com/start http://corepsych.com - More than 460 articles on psychiatric diagnosis and treatment. *Drug Interactions:* http://corepsych.com/2d6-video To see the connection between brain science and common sense: evidence matters. This is one of my top three recommended videos for starting ADHD/Executive Function treatment: http://www.corepsych.com/basic-3 The treatment for these two often comorbid conditions needs careful attention to both of these diagnostic issues: *Dopamine - ADHD - products don't correct serotonin imbalances, but, on the other hand, make them worse. *Serotonin - depression & anxiety - products don't treat ADHD effectively, and more often make ADHD much worse. Years of experience with my own incorrect diagnostic and dosing strategies strongly encourage more informed treatment strategies. http://youtu.be/Wsj219F9M2Q
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Joe Rogan & Kelly Brogan talk about the dangers of antidepressants and psyche meds on the Joe Rogan podcast. Full podcast - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cunSB69gaec Joe Rogan and Kelly Brogan talk about the dangers of antidepressants and psyche meds on the Joe Rogan podcast. Kelly Brogan appeared on JRE #968 where she and Joe Rogan talked about psychiatric disorders and how they are treated with medication vs lifestyle choices on the Joe Rogan podcast. Joe Rogan & Kelly Brogan on Psyche Meds - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vO34cVBQWBo
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Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've shared anything endometriosis and/or PMDD related. I'm glad to say that I've been doing better! I'm still dealing with the depression and anxiety as well as nausea when on my period, but we've been able to keep the pain under control!
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Part 2 Treating & Diagnosing PreMenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) *Disclaimer: I am no medical professional as am just an ordinary young woman just sharing my stories and life experiences with my condition and that I am sharing what works for me. If you see any signs/symptoms to any of these mental health topics, do seek professional help and/or advice for with a professional. This is the second part of the video based on this topic I would like to share. If you have any of the listed PMDD symptoms in my first video, you should see your doctor. He or she will review your symptoms and medical history and give you a thorough medical exam. Psychiatric evaluation may also be included. Before a doctor makes a diagnosis of PMDD, he or she will rule out other emotional problems, such as depression or panic disorder, as the cause of the symptoms. In addition, underlying medical or gynecological conditions, such as endometriosis, fibroids, menopause, and hormonal problems that could account for symptoms, also must be ruled out. PMDD is diagnosed when at least five of the above listed symptoms (including at least one of the first four) occur for most of the time during the seven days before menstruation and go away within a few days of the start of the menstrual period. If these symptoms are present every day and do not improve with menstruation, they are unlikely due to PMDD. How does PMDD get treated? Many of the same strategies used to treat PMS may also be helpful in relieving symptoms of PMDD. The four main forms of treatment are: -Good nutrition. Many health experts recommend that women with PMDD limit their intake of salt, caffeine, refined sugar, and alcohol. Supplements, such as calcium, vitamin B6, vitamin E, and magnesium may be recommended. The effectiveness of any of these approaches hasn't been well established -Exercise. Regular aerobic exercise such as walking or swimming appears to improve premenstrual symptoms. It's unclear whether it can treat PMDD, however exercise is generally recommended as it has additional benefits. -Medications. Several antidepressants may be used to treat PMDD. There are three drugs approved by the FDA for the treatment of PMDD: Sarafem, Paxil CR, and Zoloft. These antidepressants can relieve the symptoms of PMDD. Other antidepressants have also been effective in relieving symptoms of PMDD. These medicines can be taken continuously or intermittently (only during the 14-day premenstrual period). Taking them intermittently may decreases the side effects of these drugs. Some over-the-counter pain relievers such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin), and naproxen (Aleve) may help some symptoms such as headache, breast tenderness, backache, and cramping. Diuretics, or water pills, can help with fluid retention and bloating. If anxiety is a component of the symptoms and does not respond to approved medications, an anti-anxiety drug may be recommended. Currently, none are approved to treat PMDD and are typically limited to just a few days of each cycle to avoid dependence. Hormones can be used to treat PMDD. Ovulation can be stopped either using medication or surgically (as a last resort). Medicines used to stop ovulation include birth control pills, Danazol, Zoladex, Synarel, and Lupron. The second hormonal approach to treat PMDD is the use of progesterone or estrogen to relieve symptoms. It's unclear whether this approach is effective. -Counseling. Therapy to help women with PMDD develop effective coping strategies may help some with PMDD. Relaxation therapy, meditation, reflexology, and yoga may also help, but these approaches have not been widely studied. Thanks for watching and your support. Accounts to my social media sites Facebook: www.facebook.com/aspie.answers Twitter: kerrinmac@aspieanswersall AspieAnswersAll
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Treatment for PMS and PMDD Psychotropic Medications: SSRI Antidepressants Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are the first-line pharmacological agents for the treatment of premenstrual mood symptoms. A significant body of evidence, including numerous double-blind, randomized studies, supports the effectiveness of SSRIs in reducing both the emotional, as well as physical symptoms, of PMS and PMDD. In general, women respond to low doses of SSRIs, and this treatment response usually occurs rapidly, often within several days. Other antidepressants with serotonergic activity have evidence to endorse their use in the treatment of premenstrual symptoms including clomipramine (a tricyclic antidepressant), venlafaxine (Effexor) and duloxetine (Cymbalta). Women with bipolar disorder who have mood worsening premenstrually should consider antidepressant use carefully, as switching to mania/hypomania is an associated risk with antidepressant use or increased antidepressant dosing. SSRIs may be prescribed continuously throughout the menstrual cycle, or may be given in intermittent fashion during the luteal phase of the cycle. A definitive recommendation about how long to continue SSRI treatment in a patient with PMS or PMDD cannot be made because of the limited research in this area. After discontinuation of SSRI, relapse rates are relatively high. Patients who had more severe symptoms appear to have a greater chance of relapse compared to those with lower symptom severity. Thus symptom severity and degree of functional impairment should be considered when making decisions regarding the duration SSRI treatment in women with PMS and PMDD. For the majority of women, this is a chronic condition, requiring long-term treatment. Psychotropic Medications: Benzodiazepines The benzodiazepine alprazolam (Xanax) has been shown to have benefit in reducing premenstrual symptomatology, in particular premenstrual anxiety. However, this medication should be prescribed cautiously, given its potential for abuse and dependence. Hormonal Interventions: Oral Contraceptives Hormonal treatments of PMS and PMDD are based on the principle that suppression of ovulation eliminates premenstrual symptomatology. Results from studies using oral contraceptives (OCPs) to treat PMS and PMDD have been mixed. Oral contraceptive showing greater efficacy may be related to the addition of the novel progestin, drospirenone. Drospirenone is distinct from the progestins used in other oral contraceptives and is chemically related to spironolactone, a diuretic that is sometimes used to treat fluid retention in women with premenstrual symptoms. While oral contraceptives are typically given in a cyclic manner with 21 days of active pills followed by 7 days of placebo, preliminary research suggests that continuous treatment with oral contraceptives may have greater efficacy for treating PMS symptoms. One study also found that adding oral contraceptives to the antidepressant regimen in women with PMS and PMDD can improve residual mood symptoms that occur prior to menstruation. Weighing the risks and benefits of starting a hormonal intervention is important. Some women are not good candidates for treatment with OCPs, especially if there is a history of blood clot, stroke, or migraine. Women who are 35 years of age or older and who smoke should not use OCPs. Additionally, women with a history of depression should speak with their doctor before taking an OCP and should remain vigilant to any mood changes that occur once they are started on an OCP treatment regime. Hormonal Interventions: Leuprolide and Danazol Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists, such as leuprolide, which suppress ovarian function, have been found to reduce premenstrual symptoms in most studies. These medications, however, cause estrogen to fall to menopausal levels and are thus associated with side effects such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness, as well as increased risk of osteoporosis. These side effects may be mitigated by “add-back” therapy with estrogen and progesterone; however, some women may experience recurrent PMDD symptoms with the addition of these hormones. Treatment Approach After the diagnosis of PMS or PMDD has been made through exclusion of other medical and psychiatric conditions, as well as by prospective daily ratings of symptoms, treatment can be initiated. For all women, simple lifestyle changes in diet, exercise and stress management are encouraged. These modifications have no associated risks and may provide significant benefits. Additionally, all women should be advised to continue daily charting of their premenstrual symptoms after diagnosis, as this can help both to determine treatment effectiveness and to give women a sense of control over their symptoms. For patients with mild physical and emotional symptoms of PMS, a trial of nutritional supplements, including calcium, magnesium, and vitamin B6 may also be considered.
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High Intensity Health Radio Episode #131: Kelly Brogan, MD: Dr. Kelly Brogan is an Integrative psychiatrist (trained at MIT and Cornell) who came on the podcast to chat about her new book, A Mind of Your Own: The Truth About Depression and How Women Can Heal Their Bodies to Reclaim Their Lives. ➢ Dr. Brogan's New Book: http://amzn.to/1U26VH9 ➢ Read the Interview Transcript: http://bit.ly/1Rl49Ms ➢ Listen to the Audio in iTunes: http://highintensityhealth.com/itunes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Lets Connect ➢ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/metabolic_mike ➢ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MikeMutzelMS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Key Takeaways from the interview: 01:58 “Before I stopped prescribing, I never once cured a patient” Dr. Brogan was a traditional psychiatric doctor from a traditional family. The goal of traditional psychiatry is to keep you functioning and to suppress symptoms. Many mental illnesses are not valid illnesses or diseases. They are symptoms. Most outpatient psychiatrists do not run basic blood panels on their patients to rule out known reversible causes, like B12 deficiencies. She began recommending fish oil, Rhodiola rosea, and other supplements to her patients on pharmaceuticals. Then she read an expose’ by Robert Whitaker called The Anatomy of an Epidemic, which brought her to a lesser known body of science. She stopped using pharmaceuticals and began to cure patients. Her goal is to not only get her patients off of their prescriptions, but to give them the tools to not need to see her. 05:45 Depression Medication Paradox: Practitioners and the lay person (via direct to consumer advertising) are taught that depression is a discrete disease that is likely heritable and is a result of a chemical imbalance, often a serotonin imbalance. There are antidepressant medications that are serotonin reuptake enhancers as well as other that serotonin reuptake inhibitors, and others that have little impact upon serotonin, but impact norepinephrine and dopamine. Trials show comparable efficacy in non-psychiatric medications like beta blockers or thyroid hormone. 07:51 Do Such Disparate Medications Work? Dr. Brogan says that these medications do not work. The reported efficacy is 30%. There is much unpublished literature. A psychiatry study found that 37 of 38 negative studies used to approve 12 antidepressants were not published because they were negative. When you adjust for active placebo effect, these medications have negligible efficacy. 09:14 Antidepressants: Active Placebo Effect: It is the recruitment of bodily beliefs about your being sick and there being a chemical fix. When you are in a trial, you are told that if you receive the treatment, you may get dry mouth, diarrhea, or headache. The placebo might be a sugar pill. When you start to get the side effects, you tell yourself that you are in the treatment group and you believe that you will get better. A follow up study of people who were successfully treated with Prozac were told that they would be randomized to placebo or continue on the same does that cured them. Both groups became depressed. The power of belief or expectancy is a very important and complex factor. 11:56 Long Term Effects: There is not a single study that suggests that being treated with antidepressants for any psychiatric disorder results in improved long term functioning or improved long term outcomes. According to the WHO, depression is the number one cause of disability, yet we have more prescribing of treatment than ever before. This should be inversely proportional. What if the treatment is inducing disability and a chronic disorder that might have otherwise been a reversible single episode phenomenon? It is time to re-examine the theory that depression has anything to do with brain chemicals. 13:07 The Cytokine Theory of Depression: The primary literature is beginning to support the idea that it could be a body-wide, system-wide phenomenon. It comes down to the mismatch of lifestyle with our over 2.5 million years of what our genes have come to expect. This theory asks what we can do to better align our lifestyle with those of our ancestors so the alarm systems in the body, inflammatory systems, and immunological mechanisms, are not on constant high alert. Depression is a Symptom 15:41 Diet vs Prozac: Prozac will not produce clinical effects, just side effects, for 6 to 8 weeks after treatment starts. Diet will produce positive effects within 30 days.
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All these Dr visits and experiments have really paid off. I started to realize something was wrong with my hormones quite some time ago. After coming off of oral contraceptive in january 2014, my hormones were wrecked and it was hurting our relationship. Although I didn't have a saliva test then, It was obvious to us both that something was just not right. It takes a while to get synthetic hormones out of the body, as with anything worthwhile, this was truly a journey. I was given a prescription for prozac for PMDD since "PMS" symptoms were reduced in drug trials for prozac. However, I did not take these pills due to the overwhelming side effects and my M.D.'s lack of nutritional study and understanding of the female body. He did not recognize PMS and PMDD as two different things, but they are... Like how Neptune and mars are both planets but are radically different characteristically speaking. After I kicked a hole in the wall with my bare foot, I realized something really needed to change as if life depended on it, so I changed my thinking. I saw a holistic doctor and over the course of many appointments, herbal concoctions, hugs and advice, she changed my life. I went from anticipating that each month would bring the Jekyll and Hyde out of me, to having a "happy period". When we first met, she said Cole and I had a good vibe together and she could tell we're great for eachother. I knew that she was honest and actually cared about a patient and their needs. I started on herbs(link to them in my first hormone video) and wasnt really seeing a change, but I stuck with it and after a few different formulations, they did what they were supposed to do: move my stagnated estrogen and change my ovulation date. Luckily, my hormones other than FSH and LH were not terribly out of balance after taking herbs orally for a few months(as shown in the results) so the hormone balancing journey was not tremendously difficult for me, just very stressful. If you think something isnt right, please see a holistic doctor who offers hormone saliva testing through a lab company. It is worth the price to know exactly what's going on inside you and take appropriate action instead of just supplementing with pharmaceuticals. Love and light.
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**PLEASE SHARE, REPOST, FACEBOOK, TWEET ** I am sharing this video because of Dr. Jorge Lolas and Patricio Quintana has saved me from the despair of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, otherwise known as PMDD. This video explains how a simple solution of administering antibiotics, anti-inflammatory and removing "damaged tissue" can alleviate PMDD. This video has changed my life and I will be forever grateful for his lifelong work and for Patricio Quintana for taking the time, effort, research into creating this video. PMDD Syndromes - Cyclical - occurs during Ovulation, then 7 days before the period and for a few days after - the feeling of despair, grief, and doom - physical achey feeling at the heart - feel the urge to run away - extremely lethargic and depressed - probably have been to a number of doctors with no answers - thoughts of suicide - oversensitive senses of sound and sight - the general feeling of not being well - swollen tongue This just to name a few The treatment that is written is birth control and SSRIs. which DO NOT WORK or only temporarily relieve symptoms.
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Low Carb Diet & Antidepressants - My Experience | Prozac, Keto, Fluoxetine, SSRIs
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Three-quarters of all women suffer are plagued by uncomfortable symptoms every month -- but it doesn't have to be that way. Dr. Mark Hyman uncovers the truth behind "conditions" like PMS and PMDD and gives you a comprehensive treatment plan so you can start feeling better fast.
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Here are the first two commercials that aired for Sarafem (rebranded fluoxetine hydrochloride, first marketed as Prozac). Lilly ended up pulling both off the air after the FDA sent them a letter warning that the ads did not clearly distinguish between premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), and that the ads "trivialized" PMDD.
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Hello everyone! In this video Sam talks about how changing from taking Sertraline in the morning from the evening helped with her sleep and insomnia. Lynn, Charlotte & Samantha xxx Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HOPEwithMent... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LynnCrilly?lang=e... Check out Lynn's amazing work: www.lynncrilly.com If you are experiencing any of the problems mentioned in our Vlog's and would like to seek advice or help, please contact SANE. www.sane.org.uk. For people facing mental ill-health and their carers call the SANEline (4.30pm - 10.30pm) 0300 304 7000.
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Hey, everybody! So it is week 3 on Prozac fluoxetine. I have still been having a really tough time with anxiety and a lack of excitement towards things I generally enjoy. I find many situations can trigger my anxiety and it makes me very tired and feeling quite low. I have taken the week off of work to go to doctors appointments and get blood tests and therapy etc. It has been a very busy time even though I haven't been working. This week have had more sleep disturbances. On the Monday I kept waking up panicking and with racing thoughts. I am really glad that I could stay with my friend during my third week on fluoxetine/prozac. I need a lot of help to make sure I get out of bed and go to work etc. Once I set up my routine again I think I will be more independent but right now I think it is good that I ask for help.
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http://naturalhealthsherpa.com/benefits-of-st-johns-wort-side-effects-uses-dosage-review/522051--How often have we all heard stunning claims made about different supplements? That a certain herb or vitamin can help you decrease your dose of a prescription drug -- or replace it all together? Unfortunately, most promises like this are pure bunk. They're claims made by overeager marketers looking for a quick buck, not grounded in science. Well, if something -- especially a supplement -- seems too good to be true, it usually is. Every now and then, though, there are exceptions to this rule. And St. John's wort is one herb that truly lives up to most of the hype surrounding it. In fact, this humble herb may be a godsend for many people with mild to moderate depression. But a slew of potential interactions mean that, no matter how impressive, St. John's wort requires caution.
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Hey there! Today I felt like sitting down and having a chat about my experiences with Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder or PMDD. Sorry for not using inclusive pronouns all the time, I know it's something I need to work on but I don't script my videos at all, I just come up with an idea and sit down in front of my camera and spit it all out haha :) If you enjoyed this video please give it a thumbs up and subscribe! If you think this may help someone please feel free to share :) Monash University "Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) article: http://med.monash.edu.au/sphpm/womenshealth/docs/pms-and-pmdd.pdf SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: http://instagram.com/themarissakate Twitter: http://twitter.com/marissakate94 Snapchat: marissakate94
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Prof. Anita Clayton’s clinical practice and research interests focus on women’s mental health and sexual dysfunctions. "Whether sexual dysfunction occurs as a result of depression or antidepressant therapy; you see a diminished quality of life in individuals affected, you see an impact on their relationships and as a result you see problems with maintaining adherence with their antidepressant treatment.” A cross-sectional study done in a 1000 Primary Care Doctors in U.S where 70% of patients wanted to participate in the study found - “SSRI’s have a class effect in terms of negative effects on sexual functioning; whereas drugs that work by different mechanisms of action are more likely to have less negative effects on sexual functioning”
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I suffer from depression and anxiety and this video just explains my experience and how its affected me. Hope it can help someone taking it or considering it.
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My second visit went very well. I was in and out in less than 45 minutes. Dawn knew just by seeing my answers on a neurotransmitter chart, that my serotonin is low. On my very first visit, I mentioned that I was taking SAM-E and when I ran out, the PMDD came back. So this time she suggested I keep taking it since it does a great job. If you would like to know more about SAM-E and its effects on someone who also didn't want to take prozac, head over to www.organicolivia.com The herbs I'm taking actually made me clot during PMDD week since I'm expelling excess estrogen. So, herbs take quite a while to work, but they do work. SAM-E however, can affect your mood in a positive way in as little as a week. It can be used as a quick fix for low moods. According to my regular bloodwork, I had no deficiency, except vitamin D-3, K-2, and carbon dioxide. So I am now taking drops daily that are in the blue bottle to keep the D high. Dealing with a traditional MD simultaneously kind of stinks, since they are only trained to treat symptoms and not the cause. Unfortunately, my MD isn't very cooperative and shot down many of my requested blood work forms. So now I must pay out of pocket for a saliva hormone panel, which = $$$. The good news is, Dawn's office does not charge the patient any more than the tests themselves cost. Stay tuned for all that mess in part 3!
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Thank you guys for watching my first pmdd video. I had such great responses I had to make an updated video for you guys. Sorry it's all over the place and I look like hell!! lol It was 7:30 am and I just woke up!! Mail me: email@example.com Po Box 1135 Englewood Co 80150 Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/tashatalks101 Thank you for watching please subscribe!! :)
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Hey everyone, thanks for watching! Hope you enjoy the more personal theme of the video - I know there is a lot of stigma surrounding bipolar and people feel like taking not taking meds is a sign of insanity... I might be a little psycho by nature, but I wanted to share my view that not everything is quite so black and white! PS sorry about the weird lighting, the sun kept changing & my phone kept slipping from its high-class place taped to the window
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Hello everyone!! Today is a little bit more serious of a video topic. Last year I was diagnosed with PMDD, and I want to clear up some questions I've been asked, as well as open up and talk about this for the first time! Not many people know what PMDD is and how it can affect a person and I'd like to provide some accessible information. This has been a difficult journey for sure but I'm finally in a place where I can share my story and I hope to help and inspire anyone else that may also be struggling. Articles on the Web: https://giaallemandfoundation.org/about-pmdd/ https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/premenstrual-syndrome/expert-answers/pmdd/faq-20058315 Outro Music: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud
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