PMT and MENOPAUSE

Do these symptoms sound familiar?
Irritability, mood swings, breast tenderness, anxiety, sugar cravings, fatigue, insomnia, hot flushes, vaginal dryness, weight gain, loss of sex drive, aging skin, joint pains.

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PMS sufferers have lower blood concentrations of serotonin (our mood enhancing neurotransmitter) leading to low moods, depression, sleep and appetite disturbances.
Bloating, weight gain and breast tenderness may be due to the interaction between oestrogen and our fluid balancing hormones.
Nutrition can help by changing your diet to maintain a healthy hormone and neurotransmitter balance, thereby reducing symptoms.

The menopause is a natural process but some of the symptoms are debilating. By correcting the diet and supplement regime, the body can deal with this loss of oestrogen naturally and make it a totally bearable process.  


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