There are many other resources available to keep hormones balanced and help heal PMS symptoms. Several books, therapists, yoga practices and healing retreats are out there to keep symptoms at bay.
The Nice Girl Syndrome by Beverly Engel
Stop Being Manipulated and Abused---and Start Standing Up for Yourself.
The Heroine's Journey by Maureen Murdock
Women's political issues; an outside force which maybe effecting women' "Hormones." Maybe a new genre " Women' Politics".
Women's Inhumanity to Women, with subtext, "A necessary read for women to feel completely supportive of one another, to evolve the Feminist movement, and eventually give us our liberty!"
The Vagina Monologues
A series of plays about women bonding with their parts.
PMS Self-Help Book
A very resourceful guide to alleviate PMS through diet, pressure points, yoga and affirmations.
Women and the Ownership of PMS: The Structuring of a Psychiatric Disorder
A political discussion of how PMS became a diagnosis.
Luna Yoga: Vital Fertility and Sexuality
A Yoga book that focuses primarily on the reproductive parts to provide relief.
Woman Heal Thyself
Because we can all draw our healing powers within. This book helps tap into it.
Hygieia: A Woman's Herbal
An Herbal book focused primarily on the needs of women.
Find an Acupuncturist
These therapists specialize in treating PMS symptoms from counseling to homeopathy treatment.
Doctors who treat PMS Symptoms
Not everything is a cure-all. These doctors specialize in healing PMS symptoms nationwide.
Vitamins, Nutritional Supplements and Herbs
An excellent resource for finding natural over the counter products to additionally support you during this time of month.
Yoga is highly recommended to get in touch with the body to help it be comforted during PMS.
Sometimes just getting away alleviates symptoms.