Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Natural Treatment

The Pmdd Treatment Miracle

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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and 5HT

An interesting, and potentially important, model for the serotonergic balance theory of mood stability is found in premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). This condition, though often trivialized by the lay press, is a mental illness, often disabling, and occasionally life-threatening. The current psychiatric diagnostic category for severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS), PMDD, is categorized in DSM-IV as a 'Depressive Disorders Not Otherwise Specified,' in recognition of its close relationship with other mood disorders. Symptoms that are seen in PMDD, and are required for the diagnosis, include low mood, mood swings, tension and irritability during the late luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. Thus, PMDD is a primarily psychiatric or behavioral condition, and the diagnosis is not used to describe women who suffer from only physical premenstrual symptoms, such as breast pain and bloating, even though these may be severe. There is a close relationship between PMDD and major depressive...

Premenstrual Syndromes

Estimates in women with regular menstrual periods suggest that up to 75 have symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS),50 though the vast majority do not require medical or psychiatric treatment. The recognition of severe symptoms in some women has been helped with the inclusion of late luteal phase dysphoric disorder (LLPDD) and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) in the DSM III-R51 (for the former) and DSM IV.52 PMDD affects 3-8 of women of reproductive age having symptoms which interfere with lifestyle and relationships and appears not to respond to conservative and conventional treatments.53 5-HT may be linked with the pathophysiology of PMDD54 and SSRIs have been tried as treatment. Recently Yonkers et al63 reported a large multi-center placebo-controlled trial of sertraline in women with PMDD. Sertraline produced significant improvement in daily symptoms and depression scores in comparison with placebo. Eriksson et al,64 in a blind In summary, both open and double-blind studies...

Lori L Davis Kimberly A Yonkers Madhukar Trivedi Gerald L Kramer and Frederick Petty

The SSRI's remarkably broad spectrum of utility, crossing (and blurring) diagnostic boundaries of depressive disorders, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bulimia, post-traumatic stress disorder, premenstrual dysphoric disorder and, no doubt, other conditions, raises important and potentially controversial questions regarding the utility, if not outright validity, of contemporary diagnostic terminology, presently codified in DSM-IV. In some respects, this promotes a degree of diagnostic nihilism, similar to the scenario in American psychiatry in the pre-psychopharmacologic era, when psychoanalysis was widely regarded as an effective treatment of choice for most, if not all, neurotic patients, regardless of precise diagnosis. In other words, if the treatment works, independent of diagnosis, why bother to diagnose at all A new diagnostic scheme may evolve from clinical experience and further neurobiological research, in which we might diagnose 'serotonin (5-HT) deficit...

SSRI Spectrum of Therapeutic Action

The efficacy of SSRIs in the treatment of major depression, panic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder has clearly been demonstrated. In addition, data is accumulating on the therapeutic effects of SSRIs in conditions of obesity, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia, premenstrual dysphoric disorder and trichotillomania. How can one class of medications work for such a seemingly diverse group of illnesses Are these agents in fact nonspecific and work as a steroid might for a multitude of inflammatory conditions Or alternatively, is there an underlying psychopathology, relating to 5-HT, that represents a common neurochemical theme among these conditions Our methods of classification in psychiatry are clinical and descriptive and may relate poorly to actual brain function.

Basic Models Of The Etiology Of Panic Disorder Neurophysiological Models

Parabrachial Nucleus

This debate recently focused on the interpretation of an experiment on susceptibility to CO2-induced panic in patients with various psychiatric diagnoses. Studies have shown that during inhalation of carbon dioxide, patients with panic and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) are more likely to experience panic than healthy volunteers or patients with other psychiatric disorders (see Gorman et al., 2001). This susceptibility appears to decline after successful treatment of the panic disorder. The origins of this vulnerability could be secondary to specific abnormalities in the afferent neural pathways that respond to increased levels of CO2 (Klein's suffocation monitor hypothesis) or to nonspecific somatic distress from CO2 inhalation, including air hunger and breathlessness reminiscent of panic, triggering a central neural fear circuit. Gorman et al. (2001) hoped to generate evidence with regard to these hypotheses by looking at ventilatory responses to CO2 to see if an increase...

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