What’s your PMS type?

What’s your PMS type?

So not fair!  After birthing a baby, suffering through chapped nipples, and surviving (hardly) sleep deprivation, mothers should NOT have to deal with this PMS BS.  Right?   The persistent headaches, debilitating cramps, and insatiable cravings – every. single. month. Until menopause?  No thanks! Did you know there were different PMS types?  More on this below. Raising kids is hard enough without the added PMS symptoms. How can we be calm and collected, or ‘parent peacefully’ when all we really want to do is curl up in a ball (with a bag of salty chips, and maybe some mint ice cream too). Being a Nutritionist, I see enough clients come to be with PMS symptoms among other challenges.  I feel their pain as if it’s my own.  But as they’ve witnessed, PMS does not have to be your normal. Let’s start to nip it in the bud, starting with some PMS 101…   So what’s your PMS Type?   When you have a PMS chat with your girlfriend, you’ll realize this time of the month doesn’t look the same for all of us.  You may crave chocolate like it’s nobody’s business.  She might cry at the sight of spilt milk. PMS manifests in different ways depending on what’s happening in your body.   As I explain to clients, there are actually 4 PMS types or categories (some experts argue there’s 5). Where do you fall? PMS Types Potential Causes  Symptoms Incidence of women PMS-A  ANXIETY High estrogen Low progesterone Difficulty sleeping Tense feelings Irritability Clumsiness Mood swings 65-75% PMS-C CRAVINGS Hypoglycemia Increased insulin (especially in early part of cycle) Hormonal regulation Carb & sweets cravings Cravings for salt Increased appetite Headaches Fatigue, fainting...

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