Expert Author: Sharon Hopkins
Menstruation is a common occurrence in every woman's life. Unwanted pain and cramps are part and parcel of this occurrence. It is like meeting a guest you do not want to see in your life. These cramps may not stay for long. But the little time it stays, surely leaves an impact. If this pain continues for more than 48 hours it is better to consult a doctor. Otherwise, you can use some of these measures to save yourself from the recurring nightmare.
We are so trained to be afraid of our subconscious and its many messages that we too often endure painful situations just because we are ignorant that we have so much power over it. The better acquainted we become to our self, the happier the result will be.
It appears in many articles I have read and from many discussions I have had with different colleagues in the health and therapeutic fields, that women want a cure for their monthly curse. They do not care where it comes from or why they got it worse this past month! Nor do they care that it only started to show up in their life after their 5th wedding anniversary or why they've had PMS from the very first cycle of their menses...
Why do women have more migraines than men? Explore women's links between migraines and their PMS and their unconscious. First and foremost, if you are plagued with severe migraines or headaches, you should have a medical examination that will rule out any physiological reality you might have to deal with in order to heal. But, if you have migraines that appear to accompany your PMS or surround your menstrual cycles, I invite you to read on.
Expert Author: Michael V. Gruber, MPH
Menstrual migraines are a part of many women's monthly menstruation cycle that causes pain and suffering. 60 per cent of women who experience migraines find that they are associated with menstruation. Learn about the latest research for menstrual migraine headaches.
As a therapist working with women for over 15 years, I noticed that a significant number of women would not even think of introspecting their PMS during a therapeutic session. They just take it for granted that it is part of being a woman and nothing can be done about it but to suffer and endure. As higher philosophy puts it: "Suffering is only good if it helps you stop suffering!"
Of course, my findings may not always apply to all women but let me bring in a few examples that may help you realize medicine is not always the best and only cure. Here is a woman I will call Nancy who had those nasty monthly cramps. They were like a clock and did not skip a month. While on a leave of absence from her teaching job, she kept searching and exploring the reasons of her burnout. While consulting with me, we both explored her reality, past, and present.
We are of a modern society that has put the accent of easy feelings, easy steps to feel better, but the gist of all this is that too many times these actions leave humans out of charge and out of control about her own miseries. I propose a new approach that helped hundred of women and the world has yet to discover my new findings. Welcome to PMS freedom!
Medical science labels about 150 different PMS symptoms and one would think a permanent cure for all of us could have been found, regardless of which symptom we experience! I found every woman is very unique even though we all have a hormonal system that medicine would like to treat identically. Discover how our unique psychological story manifests in similar symptoms.
Expert Author: Sharon Hopkins
When it is one of those days when you feel bloated, have breast pain, gain weight, have acne, headaches, cramping and mood swings, you know it is one of those days that every woman dreads. A lot of women suffer from premenstrual symptoms (PMS) and it can cause a lot of inconvenience to the sufferer. There are a plenty of home-based treatments available for the PMS sufferers but it needs some experimentation to determine the right one for you.
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