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PMS and Women’s Health In 2021

PMS and Women's Health In 2021
PMS and Women’s Health In 2021

PMS and Women’s Health

Julie Parker

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PMS and Women's Health In 2021
PMS and Women’s Health In 2021

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FINALLY! Secrets to Managing PMS Forever…

Discover How You Can Manage PMS
and All Those Nasty Side Effects Once and For All!

Chances are, if you are female and living in the United States you may have seen the TV commercial where some demented woman is telling you to “have a happy period!”  What a load of you know what!

If you thought your PMS was just a painful condition that you have to try and live with, then there is good news!  The truth is, you can manage PMS and in some cases even eliminate the side effects completely.

Do you remember when your mother had that first conversation with you?  You know which conversation we’re talking about.  It’s the one about your body changing and becoming a woman.

The truth is that when it finally happened and you began your period, you were shocked and couldn’t believe how painful it was. In fact, you were really angry that Mom hadn’t prepared you better.

Don’t blame Mom.  Maybe she was one of the few women who breeze through their period each month with no complications, side effects or pain!  If you are one of those lucky women, then close this page because you don’t need what we’re discussing here.

Even if you experience just mild symptoms each month can you imagine another 30+ years of going through this month after month?

How Do You Fight PMS and Get Relief Fast?

Many jokes are made about women and PMS but it really isn’t a laughing matter when you are the one undergoing the symptoms.

PMS is a real medical condition despite what many people think and until you take control of the situation it will continue to control you!

You Can’t Control the Symptoms Until You Fully Understand Exactly What It Is. . .

It’s a good bet that Mom did her best to prepare you, but chances are she was calling on her personal experience.  Where did she study PMS?  From her mother who learned from her mother and so on.  You get the picture.  It’s time to end the cycle (no pun intended) and get the straight scoop.

In fact, most of our mothers and grandmother’s didn’t even understand PMS and merely inform their daughters about the menstrual period.

This is more rampant than you may think.  There are literally millions of girls and women who have no idea that their symptoms are actually tied to PMS.  Why, you ask?  Because they were never informed.

Finally Get 100% of Your
Questions About PMS Answered!

Getting all your questions about PMS answered is the first step toward conquering it’s control over you and your life, month after month.  Just the FAQ Section is a literal gold-mine of information.  Take a look:

  • Exactly what is Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)?
  • When did the medical community recognize PMS?
  • Does every woman experience PMS?
  • What causes PMS?
  • What are the common symptoms of PMS?
  • Are PMS symptoms common to other ailments?
  • How can PMS symptoms be distinguished from other ailments?
  • What treatment options are available for PMS?
  • What dietary changes might provide relief?
  • What lifestyle changes might provide relief?
  • How does exercise help PMS?
  • How can your family help in reducing PMS effects?
  • Is there a cure? 

Here’s The Bottom Line — What
Do You Have to Lose?

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Well, for starters you can lose all the misconceptions you may have about PMS and learn how to deal with it each month without rendering yourself totally incapacitated.

Specifically you can manage severe headaches, heart palpitations, fluid retention, constipation, lack of coordination,  irritability, painful joints, cramps, fatigue, depression, backache, anxiousness and even almost uncontrollable spells of crying.  

Don’t waste another minute.  Get work on managing PMS for yourself.  You’ll be glad you did and chances are your loved ones will thank you!

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2 replies on “PMS and Women’s Health In 2021”

This sounds like a book that every young woman should read! I suffered for years with PMS and it was only in the later years that I learned that there were many natural changes that we can make to help ease the suffering caused by this condition. Diet and exercise was a real help along with some lifestyle changes. We need to start listening to our bodies and recognising how much this really impacts millions of women and share what we know about managing PMS.

I really wish I had access to information like this 30 years ago.

Hi Michelle, Thank you very much for dropping by and taking the time to comment. I agree that education can certainly help us to manage our own health and wellness, and we definitely need to listen to what our bodies are telling us so as to take corrective action, cheers Alan.

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