PMS Is Real—PMDD Is Real

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller February 7, 2012
We keep talking about how PMS and PMDD are real, physical, genetic, biochemical, hormonal conditions, and not, as some would have you believe, simply “in your imagination” or a “neurosis.” We’re happy to report that the evidence—scientific evidence—keeps rolling in that the supports our position. [More]

Discrimination Increases PMDD, Severe PMS, In Minority Women

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller September 6, 2011
When minority women feel discrimination on the basis of gender, race, weight, or other factors, they’re more likely to have PMDD. [More]

PMS, PMDD, & Your Emotions

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller August 24, 2011
The connection between hormones and emotions, and between PMS and your feelings, can be summed up in once word: Stress. When you bottle up your feelings, or try to suppress them, they end up coming out in some other way. [More]

PMS Has A Ripple Effect

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller August 18, 2011
A decreased quality of life for a woman with PMS means a decreased quality of life for her co-workers, her family, her friends, and her significant others. The PMS ripple effect! [More]

Does Drinking Milk Help PMS?

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller July 19, 2011
The reason the milk study was done in the first place is because of some excellent research that showed that calcium supplements—pills, not food—are very effective for treating PMS. [More]

I Will Never Leave The House Again Without My PMS Comfort

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller July 19, 2011
"The difference that you have made in my life is mind blowing!" [More]

How Do You Really KNOW You Have PMS?

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller July 19, 2011
There are over 150 PMS symptoms. Many researchers look for just 17 of them. And one study says that just six symptoms distinguish PMS. [More]

You Can Overcome Premenstrual Syndrome

by Dr. Daniel J. Heller July 19, 2011
Changing your diet is hard because it inevitably involves repeated failure, sometimes more than once per day! You vow not to dip into the donuts at the break room, but you rushed out the door and got to work starving, and you have to eat something, and then it's not even nine in the morning and you're already off track. You've already "failed." My opinion is that that is only a failure if you say: "Oh forget it, this is too hard." [More]

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The PMS Comfort Blog is our informal way of keeping you up to date on women’s health issues that we think are important; timely; underappreciated; useful; or just interesting. And, we’ll admit, sometimes we can’t resist poking some good-natured fun at the way the mainstream media portrays health, natural health, and women’s health issues. As always, we’d love to hear from you and are interested in knowing what you think and feel about these or other topics. Leave a comment for us, we’ll always respond. And, if there’s a women’s health topic that’s of interest to you, or that you find confusing, let us know! We want this blog to be helpful to you.

 

Dr. Daniel Heller is the primary author of this blog, the developer of our PMS Natural Relief Programs, and the founder of www.pmscomfort.com. He is a holistic naturopathic doctor in Northern California with over 16 years experience helping thousands of women recover from PMS, PMDD, as well as helping women, children, and families find natural answers to all manner of health challenges.

 

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