It is estimated that there are over 100 different symptoms associated with this condition of monthly misery. Most feel that anything that might break the cycle is worth a try. Our approach is to use natural practices that work.
Some of the more common symptoms are fluid retention, headaches, tender breast, loss of concentration, severe mood swings and in rare cases violent behavior.
In addition to the negative
feelings and symptoms, there are others, such as a heightened since of
intuition and creativity. So it is our position that this is something
to be embraced from the right perspective.
By using nature to balance a natural occurrence, we work with our bodies and emotions during this time to ease the storm to a gentle spring breeze.
PMS Cures #1: Evening Primrose is an essential oil you can get from your health food store. It contains "GLA" which balances women`s hormones and eases tender breast. Take 1,000 milligrams three times a day.
PMS Cures #5: Try some hydrotherapy. Using ten drops of Camomile and Bergamot oils into your bath. Try relaxing for 20 - 30 minutes in this therapeutic bath. You can even include a diffuser with lavender oil for further relaxation.
PMS Cures #6: Often the very things that exacerbate our symptoms are the ones we reach for when they start showing there ugly heads. Things like tobacco, sugar, alcohol and comfort foods. Try to greatly reduce or eliminate these things and replace them with things like whole, organic fruits and vegetables, deep sea water fish and sea vegetation.
PMS sugar Cures #7: Try salt therapy. Ordinary table salt is bad for you, but there are some foods and sea salt that have many healthy benefits. A couple of Japanese secrets that keep women in Japan from suffering sugar cravings from PMS is miso soup and soy sauce. These products contain natural salt which can reduce or eliminate sugar cravings. A dash of sea salt in a glass of water a little before the time sugar cravings most often hit you, can curb those cravings.
PMS Cures #8: Ginger tea is great for relieving some kinds of headaches and can relieve chocolate cravings. Grate a small chunk of ginger root into a steeping hot cup of water and steep for 10 minutes. You can drink two or three cups of this tea everyday. It has many healthy benefits for you to enjoy.
PMS Cures #9: Umeboshi is a sour, salty pickled plum that has been used for centuries in Japan to ease stomach pains and more recently has been found to reduce sugar and chocolate cravings. This pickled plum has several healthy benefits and recommend taking one daily.
Remember that illness is an imbalance of body, mind and spirit. Eat more fish, whole foods and grains. Practice daily meditation and deep breathing and find a spiritual practice of your choosing to fully enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Why not make the home remedies on this site your first step to greater health.