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June 3, 2004



Hormone Imbalance

It is a rare woman who hasn’t experienced

at least some of the physical and emotional symptoms known as premenstrual

syndrome (PMS). Whereas it was once thought that womens’ premenstrual

symptoms were all in their head, thankfully, we now know that PMS

is a due to a hormonal imbalance. Estrogen and progesterone need

to rise and fall at the right times during the month, while maintaining

the appropriate ratio (hormonal balance). This delicate balance

can be thrown off by many factors, such as stress, a nutritional

deficiency, or an illness. When this happens, a woman may experience

menstrual cramps, irritability, bloating, mood swings and depression.

Read More on PMS:

Getting Started

What is PMS?

Causes of PMS

What is Your Risk of PMS?

Keep it SIMPLE tip — Yoga Pose for PMS

Nutritional Therapies

Preventing PMS with food

Nutrients for PMS

Coffee and PMS

Natural Progesterone

Complementary Therapies

Healing Benefits of Red Light

Release Pain through Golden Light



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