Let $f:\mathbb R\to\mathbb R$ be a periodic function. We say $f$ is without minimum period if, $\forall t$ such that $f(x+t)=f(x)\forall x$, there is a $t'$ such that $0<t'<t$ and $f(x+t')=f(x)\forall x$. The easiest examples of such functions are constant functions. Dirichlet's function ($1$ if $x\in\mathbb Q$ and $0$ if $x\not\in\mathbb Q$) too is a periodic function without minimum period, cause $\forall q\in\mathbb Q$ it's true that $f(x+q)=f(x)$. Let's say that $P_f$ is the set of all possible periods of $f$. (example: $P_{constant}=\mathbb R$, $P_{dirichlet's}=\mathbb Q$)

Is there a periodic function without minimum period such that $P_f\cap\mathbb Q=\emptyset$?