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How to survive PMS - A field guide for men

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(NaturalNews) If you live with a woman who suffers from PMS, you know firsthand that your loving wife or significant other can change from a loving, sweet-tempered woman into someone you barely recognize with little to no warning. And you know how easy it is the say the wrong thing at the wrong time. Or maybe it seems that everything you say is going to be wrong for a few days each month. There are a lot of things you can do to make it worse, but there are also many things you can do to make it better during this time.

First of all, if she is experiencing PMS, know that she's right. It doesn't really matter what she says. Only a fool would argue with her now. This is not the time for logic. This is the time for compassion. Listen. DO NOT PROBLEM SOLVE! Just listen.

If she chooses this time to complain about all of your faults, know that she has lost her "filter." She really does mean what she says when she tells you she's tired of you being a slob, never hanging up your towel, or leaving your socks in a wad on the floor. Whatever it is that you do (and we all do something that irks our roomies), she manages to shake it off the rest of the month. That doesn't mean it doesn't bother her. Right now, it really bugs her.When she is experiencing PMS, she can't ignore your annoying habits or balance them out with your good qualities. Whatever you do wrong on a regular basis is forefront in her mind. You know what those things are. Don't do them! And if you have, fix it now!

Ask her what she needs from you. If she's feeling overwhelmed, pick up the slack.

Any man who lives with a woman who experiences PMS (who is in his right mind) keeps a calendar. You do not want to be taken by surprise! Another benefit of keeping a calendar is (and we highly recommend this) that you have the ability to give her supplements before her PMS to lesson the severity of her mood swings and her period symptoms. When the time approaches, it is not the time to come home late without calling. Come home when you say you are coming home. And if your woman generally takes care of you, this is the time to take care of her. Tell her you love her. Offer to cook dinner or take her out. Pamper her.

Hugs, back rubs, and foot massages go a long, long way.Over time she has told you what little romantic gestures make her feel loved. Have you listened? A love note on the pillow? A bunch of wildflowers picked from the side of the road? A movie she's been wanting to see on DVD?

Aside from needing extra TLC, there are other very important things you can do for her. As mentioned above, preemptive supplementation is strongly recommended. B vitamins are your greatest ally, and a close second is a good probiotic. Make sure she takes a really good B complex vitamin. While B6 is the B vitamin usually associated with alleviating PMS, all of the B vitamins work together and all of them play a role in balancing hormones and neurotransmitters. She also needs essential fats and fatty acids in order for the B vitamins to work well. Supplements or oils (flax seed oil, fish oil, or an great oil blend with omega 3s, 6s, and 9s,) will really help. Probiotics are important because women who have an overabundance of candida (which is almost everyone, even health-nuts) have candida flare-ups during PMS and their periods. It's one of the biggest reasons for PMS symptoms. Try loading her up with B vitamins and balance the gut about 3 days before the PMS should begin, and all the way through it.

Tuna, turkey, beef, chicken, and salmon are all high in vitamin B6. So are sweet potatoes, sunflower seeds, potatoes, bananas, avocados, lentils, spinach, bok choy, and more. If she's craving chocolate, you'll thank us for sliding in that healthy chocolate pudding recipe; it's third source link below the article. A good meal and good company go a long, long way to easing her symptoms and deepening your relationship.

Next, learn about PMS. When she is feeling better, the two of you can share information about the changes in diet and lifestyle that will dramatically reduce or eliminate her symptoms. If you are both willing to make those changes, you will both reap huge benefits.For more on Candida and B vitamins, check out the first and second source. See Natural Remedis for PMS for more information about PMS and how to heal the body to eliminate it.






About the author:
Allene Edwards first became interested in alternative medicine and holistic treatment modalities when she successfully used diet therapy to manage her children�s ADHD. Later when she became chronically ill with an auto-immune disease that multiple doctors could not identify, much less cure, she successfully treated both the symptoms and the cause through naturopathic treatment and nutrition. She is the Managing Editor of Organic Lifestyle Magzine and a regular contributor.

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