PMS is a condition involving discomfort that arises just before the onset of the menstruation, at the end of the monthly cycle. PM usually develops in the 5-11 days leading up to menstruation. Constipation and other changes in bowel function, food cravings, edema (retention of water), weight gain, breast tenderness, depression, irritability, and moodiness are some of its symptoms.
PMS points to an imbalance in … Continue reading
The severity of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can be dramatically reduced with Chinese herbs and acupuncture. Hormonal cycle imbalances that can lead to PMS can be regulated with Chinese medicine. Moreover, PMS symptoms exacerbated by stress can be addressed by this type of medicine by promoting relaxation in the body. Also known as PMDD (Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder), PMS usually occurs a week prior to a woman’s … Continue reading
Premenstrual syndrome or PMS, for short, affects about 70% to 90% of women in the United States, women who are not in menopause; however, PMS is not a problem for most of the women living in Southeast Asia. This difference may be attributed to the contrasting social structure and living style between the two cultures. Premenstrual syndrome is known as a dysfunction of the ovaries … Continue reading
In Southeast Asia, women are less prone to premenstrual syndrome (PMS) than women living in the United States. The US has about 70% to 90% women with PMS symptoms. Researchers have attributed the marked difference in rate of PMS symptoms between women in Southeast Asia and the US from factors such as social structure, and living style. Premenstrual syndrome is known as a dysfunction of … Continue reading