Suffering from the ravages of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)? Don’t give up hope! At Goodbye PMS we offer a variety of things that you can try in order to reduce your We will help reduce those PMS blues, and that PMS bloating.
, Goodbye PMS specializes in identifying the causes of female hormonal imbalance symptoms. For studying PMS, we use a variety of non-invasive tests to establish the causes of sufferers problems and via a friendly consultation process look at ways of treating and alleviating these symptoms.
Many women who regularly suffer from would like to investigate the specific causes of their debilitating symptoms. At Goodbye PMS offer you the opportunity to address your recurring symptoms of PMS by focusing on nutrition. Many scientific studies have shown that diet and food intake can have a significant impact on hormone imbalance in women and a bloated stomach.
Identifying the specific causes is the first step in PMS treatment. There are a number of non-invasive tests which we can run to assess different contributing markers, such as:
Hormone imbalance, looking particularly at the levels of the female hormones progesterone and oestrogen
Abnormal stress responses, including cortisol and DHEA secretion
Gastro-intestinal status, focusing on the levels of good gut bacteria, dysbiotic bacteria and parasites, and yeast overgrowth (commonly referred to as Candida).
A compromised gut environment can impact on nutrient uptake, which may contribute significantly to unwanted symptoms. To achieve PMS relief, it is vital to address these issues.
The first step in gaining is to identify possible nutrient deficiencies which may exacerbate symptoms. Specific vitamins and minerals deficiencies related to PMS sufferers have been observed to be corrected in double-blind, placebo-controlled studies.
Contact us for specialist advice in PMS Diet and PMS Nutrition all based out of our PMS clinic in Oxford – [emailprotected]