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"I feel back to myself. I feel 100%, so I'm happy."
Elaine's massive food cravings, cramping, and acne made it seem like her PMS lasted all month long. Now she feels great and without the salt, so is her blood pressure.
Is PMS Stressing You Out?
July 19, 2011
If you think PMS is stressing you out, you’re right—and wrong. That’s because stress causes PMS, just as PMS causes stress.