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PMT, breast pain & water retention

Stefan Chmelik on PMT, breast pain & water retention

I have found that a lot of women live with real changes to their mood or mental state every month, and the significant effect this can have on their quality of life (as well as those around them), without realising it doesn’t have to be like that. The same can also be said for monthly breast changes or water retention.

My experience is that it is often surprisingly quick and easy to have a dramatic effect on re balancing the menstrual cycle, and sometimes it is only after this that people appreciate how much they were being held hostage by their hormones before.

Natural methods including simple dietary changes, acupuncture, vitamins, minerals and herbs all have a powerful balancing effect, and special breathing and stress reduction exercises are also often very helpful.

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