What type of PMS do you have? PMS Central Helps Women Better Deal With Premenstrual Syndrome Using a PMS Quiz and PMS email alert system.

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PMScentral.com provides women with a humorous quiz to determine which Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) type, a customizable "PMS Warning System," and sound advice from a nationally recognized expert.

Where can women take a fun quiz to determine the type of PMS they suffer from each month, set up an email-based PMS warning system to better plan life around this monthly malady, and get PMS management advice from nationally recognized women's health expert, Dr. Hyla Cass? PMS Central now delivers these items and more to the estimated 75 percent of menstruating women who experience some form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) during their lives as determined by the National Institutes of Health.

While PMS remains a subject most choose to avoid discussing openly, the reality is that the affliction affects nearly every person on Earth in one way or another. Even if one is not predisposed to PMS symptoms, chances are good that that person regularly interacts with someone who is, including sisters, relatives, friends and co-workers.

PMS Central provides tools and advice to address the all too often taboo subject of Premenstrual Syndrome. Specifically, women can take a humor-based quiz to identify what type of PMS they suffer from and which remedies are best for their type. Match your symptoms with descriptions of the five types as identified by PMS Central: "Lois Pain," "Attila the Hungry," "Scary Poppins," "Weeping Beauty," and "Lizzie Warden." And for women who would like to plan important events and travel around their PMS, the site also provides a "PMS Warning System" to alert oneself and loved ones to that approaching "time of the month."

"PMS is an affliction that's pervasive in all aspects of our society today," said Elizabeth Goodman, co-author of The Princess and the PMS: The PMS Owner's Manual / The Prince and the PMS: The PMS Survival Manual. "From boardrooms to bedrooms, carpools to classrooms, it affects every race, creed, class and gender. PMS Central has something for everyone that faces PMS in their own unique ways--and we try to have some fun along the way while we're helping."

PMS Central also features the sure-to-become-premier-source for PMS advice "Ask Dr. Cass" column from Hyla Cass, M.D., a nationally recognized expert in the field of integrative medicine and psychiatry. Dr. Cass combines the best of leading-edge natural medicine with modern science in her clinical practice, writings, lectures, and nationwide media appearances. She is currently an assistant clinical professor at UCLA School of Medicine and has authored several popular books including: Natural Highs: Supplements, Nutrition and Mind-Body Techniques and 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health: A Woman's Take-Charge Program to Correct Imbalances, Reclaim Energy, and Restore Well-being.

About PMS Central

PMS Central and its partners provide access to helpful information from professional experts on nutrition, exercise, relaxation, relief products and transformational skills to better manage various symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome. PMS Central features "Ask Dr. Cass," an advice column from nationally recognized integrative medicine and psychiatry expert Hyla Cass, M.D. In addition, the site provides a humor-based quiz to identify what type of PMS women suffer from and which remedies work for their type.

The site also features a PMS calendar management tool, providing email alerts as a reminder that her "time of the month" is near, helping women plan important events and activities around sensitive dates that might be adversely affected by PMS and helping men know when to be extra aware of the timely realities that accompany PMS.


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