Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

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Premenstrual Syndrome

So, do you think you may have PMS? well, don´t let your hormone imbalance issues stop you from having fun and enjoying life to the full.

PMS is a very common symptoms suffered by many women all over the world, from all backgrounds and from all cultures.

One thing that is interesting is that in Asian countries women suffer less with hormone imbalance than in the West. Why should this be?

Diet has a lot to do with hormone balance, and Asia women who eat less refined sugar and pastries, fatty foods, bread and fizzy drinks, do not suffer with so many hormone imbalance symptoms as the women in the West do.

Asian women drink more tea, herbals drinks and eat more fresh fruit and vegetables with small amounts of meat. We can see from their diet that this must have an impact on their health.

Maybe we could learn from them and cut down on so many gluten laden and sugar packed products.

The term Pre-Menstrual Syndrome is used to describe any symptoms that occur after the middle of your cycle (ovulation) and disappear almost immediately when your period arrives. Some of the symptoms are:

  • Mood Swings &Irritability
  • Anxiety & Tension
  • Bloating – Breast Tenderness
  • Acne & Other Skin Problems
  • Tiredness  & Fatigue
  • Weight Gain & Sugar Cravings
  • Tension Headaches & Migraine

PMS is estimated to affect 70-90% of women during their childbearing years and 20-40% of women are believed to have symptoms severe enough to interfere with their daily lives.

The personality changes associated with this time of the month can be very severe, including women starting to behalf completely differently from one moment to the next. Many women lose working days from their employment, this is due to the extremely changeable and unbearable symptoms they suffer with at this time.

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Some women are completely different and become creative, they start to write or paint, however, Pre-Menstrual Syndrome is a subject to be taken seriously.

Natural Progesterone Cream can be absolutely amazing at this time, and certainly help with this syndrome. Make sure you talk to your practioner or to our consultant regarding your dosage, it is vital that you apply ProgesterAll the correct way for it work.

Doing something nice, for yourself!

You could treat yourself and go along with a few friends to a spa day or a facial and massage at a local beauty salon. These kinds of treatments are special and will help you relax and enjoy some “me time” this is so important for hormone balance and Premenstrual Syndrome.

An alternative to going to a gym is learning to do things at home, where you are comfortable. Why not take up Qigong or TaiChi, there are ample videos on YouTube on how to learn these ancient oriental methods of relaxation and learning to calm down naturally. Find a quiet space or dedicate part of your bedroom to your area, with a nice rug or mat to sit on, put some nice flowers in your room and pictures. Make it cosy and add some soft lighting.

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Some of the symptoms associated with hormone imbalance

  • Anxiety & Mood Swings
  • Hot Flushes &  Night Sweats
  • Osteoprosis & Endometriosis
  • Infertility & Breast Cancer
  • Vaginal Dryness & Low Libido
  • Tension Headaches & Migraines
  • Depression  & Fatigue

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By using Natural Progesterone Cream as directed, many of these symptoms will slowly diminish and disappear. Follow our tips and guidance for a smoother journey through the changes of life that face women today.

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