This is simple, “Transparency” Transparency implies Openness, Communication, and Accountability. If you are open, then you will no longer have to hide your symptoms. If you communicate, then you will provide people with a much needed understanding of why you are not as relaxed / happy / energised, as normal. If you are accountable, then … Continue reading The Most Important Word for PMS Reduction
Is PMS a Condition or a Symptom of unresolved issues within our self? This is a question I have been thinking about for a long time. I’m guessing that if you were to ask a number of people this question, then you would receive many conflicting answers, probably due to factors such as: The intensity … Continue reading PMS – Prioritise Mental Stability
I have met a number of people over the years who are very aware that they have PMS, maybe they have read some books, watched some YouTube videos… but most have never actually taken any action, even though they have spent many hours researching different tools and techniques. Maybe these people are just not ready...? As … Continue reading Have you taken action yet?
Is PMS your problem? or could it be that PMS is purely a manifestation of problems being experienced in your life? This is an important question and one that must be considered. For many years, I actually believed that PMS caused myself to feel irritated, unmotivated, ugly and insecure and that I had absolutely no control over this! But … Continue reading PMS is not the problem, it’s the symptom!
Meditation is not for everyone..... but personally, I think that if something has the potential to reduce my PMS symptoms!..... then I am going to give it a try! Meditation has been proven to help relax the body and mind...... and with practice, it allows you to see your own thoughts and feelings as they develop, … Continue reading Meditation for PMS / PMT
The more you hide your feelings, the more they show. The more you deny your feelings, the more they grow. ~Unknown If you suffer with one or more of the psychological symptoms associated with PMS e.g. irritability, mood swings, depression….. The above quote must ring true; I know it certainly does with me! For some … Continue reading Conquer PMS: Honesty with yourself and others
So Christmas is over and New Years Eve will soon be upon us..... this means that it is the time of year when we all start to think about the things we would like to do or achieve in the new year. So I thought I would list my top 10 resolutions needed to combat … Continue reading New year resolutions to reduce your PMS Symptoms
PMS stands for (Premenstrual syndrome), but did you know that a syndrome is a collection of symptoms associated to a single cause which in this case is premenstration. In addition, PMS is sometimes referred to as PMT (Premenstrual Tension) but this is actually incorrect as tension is one of the many symptoms associated with PMS. PMS … Continue reading Common PMS Symptoms – What are yours?
A really simple technique to reduce your PMS symptoms is to talk openly about the topic with your loved ones and especially those that you live with. This should be a really easy discussion, but as we know, from an early age it is instilled in us that PMS is a taboo subject, that we … Continue reading Help reduce PMS by talking about it – even to men!