This is a partial list of the PMS symptoms. The symptoms of premenstrual syndrome could also be the symptoms of other health problems with out being part of the PMS collection of symptoms.
The symptoms of PMS in this list are not exhaustive. There are over 200 known symptoms related to PMS.
Before you read on, you should know the commonality with all of these symptoms that modern medicine does not recognize as associated with PMS, namely, chronic and unintentional dehydration. In nursing, it is called unintentional fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
Even water retention is a sign of dehydration. Why? Find more information in the link at the bottom.
Why can we say healthcare does not recognize this imbalance as a possible cause of the problem? One, there is no accepted diagnoses for dehydration. Two, there are studies that say we do not get enough salt and there studies that are used to say too much salt is bad. We need salt to get the water into our cells. We need unprocessed salt to provide a buffer for the sodium chloride. Three, most of us are not only dehydrated (over 80 percent by some studies), we are low on the electrolyte magnesium and if we do not eat enough vegetables, we are low in potassium. Supplements are poorly absorbed, and this is especially true if we are dehydrated.
When you are finished with the list, we have a solution for you. While it is not profitable for health care, it is almost free for you. The results are so outstanding, it would be almost unbelievable, except it is a version of the number one treatment given in hospitals around the world. And it is among the oldest treatments in medical history that is still used to this day.
Bloating, water retention, weight gain
Sleep pattern changes
Fatigue, lack energy
Abdominal and pelvic cramps
Breast swelling, pain and tenderness Nipple discharge
Edema (visible swelling, particularly in the hands, feet and legs)
Worsening of chronic conditions like arthritis and ulcers
Changes in bowel habits.
Cravings, especially for salty or sweet foods
Pain: aching muscles, joints, cramps, and or low back pain before menstrual bleeding starts.
Heart pounding (palpitation)
Overeating (also a sign of dehydration)
Decreased alertness, inability to concentrate
Anxiety, aggression, angry outbursts
Confusion or fuzzy thinking
Changes in libido, decreased sexual desire
Difficulty with coordination, being more prone to accidents
Dizziness, decreased balance
Withdrawal from family and friends
Emotional and cognitive symptoms
Depression sadness, hopelessness
The simplest way to stop the symptoms is to boost your glutathione. The simplest way to do that is to increase your hydration.
The Water Cures Protocol is an almost free solution that works. All it will cost is some unprocessed salt.
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The Way to Make More GSH For Free
Glutathione has a high affinity for water. Simply put, if we are dehydrated our bodies may not make as much as they could. Or, what we do make may be less effective.
Usually there is something more than just being dehydrated. Often there is a condition called fluid and electrolyte imbalance, less than bodies needs. There is a simple, easy and inexpensive way to correct this, allowing your body to produce even more GSH.
The Water Cures Protocol really works. Give it a try today.
It is simple, easy, sustainable and affordable (the salt should cost less than $10 a year).
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