Dr. Patterson Stark
Dr. Patterson Stark
BSc. DC. ABAAHP. AACNEM.

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The Endocrine System


The female hormonal cycle can often be the source of a number of physiological, stress-related problems. Collectively, the symptoms that occur in the seven to fourteen days preceding menstruation are called PMS or Premenstrual Syndrome. Listed below are possible symptoms.

* Headache
* Anxiety / irritability
* Fatigue
* Depression or crying spells
* Mood swings
* Food cravings (sweets, especially chocolate)