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THE ONE THING YOU HAVEN'T TRIED TO CONTROL YOUR PMS


PMS is simply the natural rise and fall of women's hormone levels, and many of us feel it in a big way. In fact, 3 to 8 percent of us feel it in a really big way — experiencing a severe form of PMS called premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) that causes extreme mood shifts and even suicidal thoughts. Since most of us can't go into the Red Tent and drink tea until our periods pass, it's helpful to understand what's actually going on in our bodies so we can take informed action.