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Mental Health

You’ve heard it before, but we’ll say it again. Mental health is just as important as physical health. In today’s world where you’re constantly on the go and it feels like you can’t catch a break, it’s incredibly important to take a step back and breathe. Can I save this email for tomorrow? Should I reschedule my hangout with my BFF? Is procrastinating this assignment going to make me anxious later? You’ve probably asked yourself at least one of these questions before. In fact, you’ve probably noticed yourself being even more anxious and sad around your period. And guess what? That’s totally normal! Believe it or not, your period can affect your mood and mental state in a matter of hours.
Knowledge is Power


Anyone and everyone can have anxiety or moments of feeling anxious. Anxiety leading up to your period is a normal symptom of PMS, but intense forms of it can indicate PMDD.

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Feeling low is common. As you approach your period, fluctuating hormone levels in the body may cause drastic mood changes including feeling sad or having low energy.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder causes symptoms like trouble focusing and impulsive behaviours. As estrogen levels increase during the first half of your cycle, you have better focus. As estrogen levels drop near the end of your cycle, your ADHD symptoms may worsen.

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