Pre-Menstrual Syndrome – PMS
Many women suffer from PMS symptoms – emotional, behavioural and physical which can occur in the days before a woman’s monthly period. PMS is the effect of hormonal and neurochemical deregulation within the brain.
Typically PMS affects woman during their childbearing years. The increase and decrease of progesterone and estrogen, affect many neurotransmitters e.g serotonin which helps to regulate the sleep cycles. The deregulation of serotonin can increase appetite, which is also a common symptom of PMS.
Neurofeedback can be an effective method for relieving PMS symptoms:
- perimenopause and menopause;
- mood swings;
- physical tension;
- emotional reactivity;
- mental fog;
- obsessive worry.
Depending on an individual woman’s symptoms, different parts of the brain will be trained. Neurofeedback training allows you to stabilize and reduce your PMS symptoms. This is a very good option for women who want to balance their brains and bodies. This is a safe method and if successful you will no longer worry about PMS symptoms interfering with your life like they do now.
One of the clinical studies indicates that after 24 sessions 9 out 10 women no longer suffered from PMS. Some women did not experience any of their previous symptoms after completing 24 sessions of Neurofeedback.
To learn more about Neurofeedback for PMS, visit: www.braintrainuk.com