Is PMS keeping you up at night? Does it interfere in daily activities and is just an all around pain in the rear? You can make changes to your diet and add some great exercises and while they may be somewhat effective, what does it hurt to add another PMS tool to your arsenal?
Consider reflexology for those minor symptoms all the way to the more severe form of PMS called PMDD. Reflexology presents a natural way to restore the harmony and balance to your spirit, body and mind.
A look at PMS
PMS, short for premenstrual syndrome, is a series of symptoms – over 150 at last count - that you might experience just after ovulation to the first bleeding of the period. However, some women may start early or during the period. Each woman experiences PMS differently but it should be noted that 85-90% of all women have had PMS at least once. Of that 85-90%, up to 10% may have the more intense form of PMS called PMDD, short for premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
Here are a variety of symptoms that you look forward to each month: abdominal cramping, irritability, headaches, skin blemishes, food cravings, breast tenderness, bloating, gas, weight gain, depression, fluid retention, anger and much more.
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