This is Why Women Should take All Natural Dim.

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All my life I had suffered from PMDD. For those who do not know what PMDD is, it is Premenstrual dysphoric disorder. The symptoms are similar to PMS but more severe. Think of it as PMS on steroids. The symptoms are so severe it could interfere with your daily functions, relationships and even quality of life.

What are the symptoms of PMDD?

-Mood Swings
-Marked Anger
-Sleep Problems
-Constipation and/or Diarreah

What causes PMDD?

It is not known. It is believed to be caused by hormonal changes related to menstrual cycle, low levels of serotonin, a chemical in the brain that helps transmit nerve signals.

When diagnosed several years ago, the doctors remedy was to place me on an antidepressant, Zoloft. I refused it and researched natural ways. I eliminated all soy from my diet and implemented a more natural diet. I also got more serious about my exercise regimen. This helped me until I turned 45 years old. I started getting heavier cramps, and noticed I was having horrible mood swings again. I started researching for natural remedies to help. That is when I met DIM.

What is DIM?

Dim is Diindolylmethane, a food compound found in cruciferous vegetables. Keep in mind it is not a vitamin nor a mineral, it is a compound.

What are the benefits of DIM?

-Can help with fat loss
-May have anti-cancer effect.
-Reduce the effects of xenoestrogens from the environment.
-Helps your liver process estrogen
-Contain potent antioxidants
-May help clear acne

I am currently on my third month of taking DIM, my headaches have subsided, my moods are balanced, I have not had any mid life weight gain or fat increase. If you are a woman suffering from PMS or PMDD, or are having issues with estrogen levels, entering menopause or already at menopause stage, this is for you. It is all natural but it is always recommended to talk to your doctor before taking any new supplement or vitamin.

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  • ThoseGilligans

    Posted 2018-08-06 8:53 pm

    Natural is always a great option! I wouldn’t mind recommending, thanks for passing on such great information?Great review!!

  • Casey Loo

    Posted 2018-08-07 4:25 am

    I never heard of this stuff but it seem like something worth trying it out. Will def. doing some research on this before committing it. Thx anyway!

  • Aditya

    Posted 2018-08-07 5:03 am

    Whoa , I always heard about PMS but this takes the next level. But I haven’t heard any case like this in my country, I hope they won’t get affected by it. But if they do, I am pretty sure, you would be a guardian to save them with your med. By the way, how are you feeling now? And thank you for the awareness.

  • Eze Azubike

    Posted 2018-08-07 9:20 am

    Your information stands useful. Many will benefit from it. The natural supplement is an option to explore.

  • Kristen Kirk

    Posted 2018-08-07 9:44 am

    Glad to hear that this is working for you. Sometimes the simplest supplement can make a huge difference in out lives.

  • Joanna Fields

    Posted 2018-08-07 9:56 am

    Thankfully, I don’t suffer from those disorders. However, it sounds like a great compound and I’m glad you’re getting some help and relief.

  • Joanna

    Posted 2018-08-07 10:07 am

    I have worked for years in the pharma industry and I can’t believe that a doctor prescribed you Zoloft for a hormonal imbalance! That’s a strong antidepressant that can make you feel like a “zombie”. I never heard of Dim before but if it helps you feeling better then it must be good.

  • GiGi Eats Celebrities

    Posted 2018-08-07 10:08 am

    PMDD sounds HORRIFIC!!!!!! I would NEVER wish ANYONE PMS on steroids! LOL! So I am glad this stuff works for you!

  • LiveLoveAndAdventure

    Posted 2018-08-07 1:18 pm

    Thanks for this information. I have never heard of either the condition or DIM before. I’ll have to do some additional research, it sounds like it could be helpful.

  • Scott Gombar

    Posted 2018-08-07 1:31 pm

    I always am unsure what supplements I should take. My wife is even more cautious. This is great to know. I will share with her

  • Tara Pittman (@momknowsbest15)

    Posted 2018-08-07 4:14 pm

    I am glad you found relief for your hormonal issues. I have heard that pms can be bad so I can only imagine what you are going through.

  • Amber

    Posted 2018-08-07 4:49 pm

    I haven’t heard of this before. I might have to try it out and see how I feel. I could use some balanced moods 😉

  • Amays Ziing

    Posted 2018-08-07 9:45 pm

    I really need that All Natural Dim because I have some PMDD symptoms. I try to look that vitamin!

  • Hannah Marie

    Posted 2018-08-08 9:23 am

    I think everyone must read this because it gives so much awareness and beneficial information. It has promising features and advantages. This is a good read

  • Emma Riley

    Posted 2018-08-08 1:28 pm

    I have never heard of this brand before but it looks like a good one to try. I am open to try new things most especially if its good for my health.

  • Jessica May

    Posted 2018-08-08 7:09 pm

    This sounds amazing and really helpful. I had terrible menstural pains as a teenager and now my daughter does. I will have to try this!

  • lifewithzg

    Posted 2018-08-08 8:52 pm

    Oh this product looks promising. I hope we have something like that here.

  • Blair Villanueva

    Posted 2018-08-10 12:41 am

    Thanks for sharing this new supplement. I know two friends who would find this very helpful!

  • Liev Cruz

    Posted 2018-08-10 1:48 pm

    I don’t really take any supplement aside for my vitamins. But I would love to try this. Glad its organic and effective detox supplement.

  • monica

    Posted 2018-08-12 5:27 am

    I was looking for something natural for the whole family, thanks for the advice!

  • kylie cre8tone

    Posted 2018-08-13 3:27 am

    Natural is indeed always the best one… Looks like it’s a great supplement, isn’t it? What women needs!

  • Toughcookiemommy

    Posted 2018-08-14 11:37 pm

    I can’t imagine having to go through this on top of all of the other symptoms we suffer from during our period. It’s great that you are educating more people about it.

  • GiGi Eats Celebrities

    Posted 2018-09-04 2:26 pm

    I have only heard great things about DIM. I don’t think I have ever taken it before but I need to!

  • Shane Prather

    Posted 2018-09-04 3:40 pm

    I’ve been lucky not to suffer from this. But great to know there is hope for those that do! Thank you for sharing your tips

  • Nicole Anderson | Camping for Women

    Posted 2018-09-04 8:57 pm

    I have been very lucky to not have suffered PMDD, but obviously many women have. It is so great that you have found DIM to address this and that it actually works. Fabulous you are sharing your experience here.

  • Nancie

    Posted 2018-09-04 9:12 pm

    I don’t have this issue, but for someone who does it could be a good option.

  • Emily Fata,

    Posted 2018-09-04 9:25 pm

    I’ve never heard of this before! This looks like such a great way to stay healthy and feel your absolute best every day!

  • Marcie

    Posted 2018-09-04 10:42 pm

    I’m glad you found something that works for you! I have awful periods and it’s so hard to find relief.

  • Helen Claire Little

    Posted 2018-09-25 3:36 pm

    Wow, I didn’t know about this – but I know how healthy cruciferous veg is! I can imagine why it helps with all kinds of problems. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

  • spoonfulofsparkles

    Posted 2018-09-25 5:39 pm

    I’ve never heard of PMDD or DIM, but I’m happy you’ve found something that works for you!

  • Chelsea ? (@chelseaoliviaxo)

    Posted 2018-09-25 7:26 pm

    I’ve never heard of PMDD, that sounds terrible! Glad you find something natural to combat it.

  • Shanophia

    Posted 2018-09-25 9:00 pm

    Great info. Will pass along

  • littleslifeandlaughter

    Posted 2018-09-26 11:48 am

    Wow I didn’t know too much about PMDD, but the symptoms sound like something my close friend has been struggling with for as long as I’ve known her. I’ll definitely have her look into this!

  • Cindy Ingalls

    Posted 2018-09-27 3:06 pm

    So much more research needs to be done to actually figure out why women suffer from PMDD. We shouldn’t have to suffer every month just because. Glad to know there are natural remedies to help alleviate some of the symptoms.

  • Chelsea (@mommyandthemini)

    Posted 2018-09-28 8:47 pm

    This sounds great! I have very bad PMS and after doing some more research on it, I think I might try it out! Thank you so much!!


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