Healing PMDD holistically in body, mind and spirit

PMDD is a very common disorder experienced affecting lives often in very debilitating ways, and yet very little is known about what it actually is and how to effectively, safely, and properly treat the underlying root cause (which is so often the case when it comes to women’s health!).
My guest today Jes Hagan lived with PMDD for almost two decades and tried absolutely every treatment offered to her, losing so much in the meantime. Today though, she experiences incredibly improved menstrual cycles and huge reduction in her symptoms and now helps other people to overcome their PMDD holistically, using her signature process which helped her so much.

What You’ll Learn

  • What PMDD is and is not, and what the differences between PMS and PMDD are.
  • Jes’s story and life with PMDD and how she nearly lost it all to PMDD
  • The treatment options she was given by health practitioners, what worked and what didn’t
  • How she discovered her own path to healing PMDD and what she now offers to people wanting to heal their PMDD
  • How trauma is linked to PMDD
  • We share our respective experiences of the luteal phase, which is when PMDD strikes, so you can see the difference between PMDD and non-PMDD experiences.
  • and how Jes suggests you start your healing journey.

LISTEN

This is an episode I invite you to listen to if you have PMDD, suspect you might do but aren’t entirely sure, or don’t have this but through learning you can be a better support to others around you. Knowledge is power!
If this episode lands with you, let me know! Your feedback, questions and aha moments help me create episodes that serve you, so drop me a message on Instagram or leave a review or rating!
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About Jes

Jes is a period educator, integrative menstrual health coach, and fertility awareness method instructor. She is the chief menstruator at Her Mood Mentor where she works both 1:1 and in group settings to empower, educate, and support menstruators in healing hormonal imbalances and reproductive mood disorders. Jes’s practice is built upon an integrative medicine framework and rooted in the belief that the body has an innate capacity to heal. At Her Mood Mentor she approaches the menstrual cycle as the body’s 5th vital sign and advocates for the principles of self-efficacy, cycle awareness, body literacy, & informed consent.

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