Many meditation practitioners find that it is a natural PMS remedy. Studies show that meditation is able to rebalance the body’s hormones and decrease pain levels, as well as eliminate stresses that might otherwise be contributing factors.
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- The problem
Those ancient humans definitely had some things right. A long time ago the fertility of the divine female was utterly revered. A woman’s cycle was respected as a time when she needed to rest and preserve her energy… but fast forward to the 21st century, and we’re a mighty long way from that.
Now, we’re expected to keep going no matter what. Not only should we be operating at full pelt, we should probably take up roller blading too. For lols.
Our biology is not set up for 24/7 living 365 days of the year. During this time our bodies want to detox, cleanse and renew. This takes energy. We often suffer from headaches, fatigue, stress, pain and mood swings.
Anxiety can contribute to making PMS worse as those who suffer badly start to dread its next disruptive appearance.
- How it affects you
- How can Beeja meditation help?
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“Got those moods a swinging, tears a slinging, nothing fits me, when it hits me, ranting, raving, misbehaving, PMS blues.”
Dolly Parton, Singer