Women Tell Women How to Control Premenstrual Syndrome
An estimated 40 percent of all women suffer from PMS at some time during their lives. This self-care guide draws on the experiences of more than 1,000 women to show how to break the vicious cycle of anger, guilt, and denial that arise from the condition. The authors explain how to record and chart PMS symptoms - the only way that PMS can be effectively diagnosed - and present the latest diet, vitamins, exercise, and hormone treatments. They also reveal how men can help when they are partners of women with PMS. A previous edition of this book was titled PMS: A Positive Program to Gain Control.