Every month, a lot of women discover a wide assortment of symptoms like clock work hit their bodies. Clothes are fitting right, the feel bloated and fatigued, have cravings and sometimes say things they don't mean. This wonderful time of the month is called premenstrual syndrome.
Premenstrual syndrome is a set of symptoms that is generally linked to the menstrual cycle a woman has. For women, PMS is a monthly nag and for others it can agonizing and it makes it difficult to function through out the day. Up to 90 percent of women report having more than one premenstrual symptom and others say it can be debilitating.
Your entire body is controlled by your central nervous system and its job is to make sure your entire body works correctly. When your spine is not working correctly especially in the lower back, it can impair the nerves that direct and also monitor the systems that control your bodily functions such as the reproductive and hormonal systems of the body.
When the reproductive system becomes disturbed due to a misalignment of the bones in the spine, several symptoms can occur: