PMS

PMS and PMDD: A Webinar

PMS and PMDD are incredibly common. Many people experience debilitating symptoms that prevent them from completing daily activities such as working, interacting with friends and family, and self-care.

In this webinar, we discussed how PMS and PMDD are diagnosed, some theories about what physiological and other factors contribute to or cause the symptoms, and how we can support those who experience PMS and PMDD using herbal, nutritional, and lifestyle support.

If you missed the live class, you can still catch the webinar!

Cost: $25


For attendees:

Thank you for coming to the webinar!

Here you can find the resources that go along with the presentation. If you have any questions, please contact me!

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