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Question: I just feel lethargic before my period; I don't feel energetic and excited about getting up every day, which is unusual for me. I feel tired, and it stops me from getting on a regular workout routine, because that's the worst letdown that you can have in a workout routine, to just stop for a week or a week and a half. It's not great to feel like your body is not willing to do what you want it to do. Does this sound like a PMS problem?
Answer: Kristen, everything you are describing could be PMS symptoms, especially if they happen regularly, before your period. And, as you've learned, it can be exceptionally frustrating to feel like your hormones are running your life! The good news is, many many women have gotten relief with natural measures, and you can too. This whole site is set up for you to learn more about the hormonal imbalances that cause PMS; about the natural steps you can take on your own to overcome PMS misery; and to present our Natural Relief Programs, which have helped so many women get back to feeling in control of their life again.
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Last Modified: October 5, 2011