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PMS Diet and Supplements: Home Remedies for PMS

If you’re a woman with premenstrual syndrome (PMS), you know how bad it can be — uterine cramping (sometimes so bad that you have to stay in bed, and take painkillers), back pain, breast tenderness, carb cravings, moodiness, and even anxiety or depression. I feel for you. And if you’re a man living with or dating a woman who has PMS, I feel for you too, my brother.

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. Hold on, I know what you’re thinking — “every woman has PMS. It’s normal.” But, that’s where you’re wrong. Not every woman has PMS. In fact…

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Igor Klibanov

Igor Klibanov

Igor Klibanov is the author 7 books on exercise and nutrition, including 2 bestsellers. Read more of his articles at http://www.FitnessSolutionsPlus.ca/blog

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