Dr. Dunnewold shares what the symptoms of PMDD/Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder are.
Well, there’s a whole list of them and they vary for different women. Lots of women are depressed or worried, anxious, irritable, angry. They have difficulty with sleeping, physical cravings, being tired, having bloating, insomnia and I guess some sleep problems and an awful lot of women feel paranoid, oversensitive, they may feel clumsier, they may feel fuzzy. They know they’re not as sharp as they usually are in terms of thinking skills.
About Dr. Ann Dunnewold, M.A., Ph.D.:
Dr. Ann Dunnewold is a licensed psychologist practicing in Dallas, Texas. With 25 years experience helping women cope with life issues, Ann assist in addressing parental guilt and worry, creating a balance between family, self and work, postpartum depression, couples counseling and more. She received her M.A. and Ph.D in counseling Psychology from Ohio State University and is registered by the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Dr. Dunnewold uses an eclectic therapy approach to focus on the here and now and changes thinking to change behaviors.