For three weeks out of every month, the woman is energetic, upbeat and even-tempered. Then it happens. A week before her period begins, she can experience mood swings from depression to irritability to anger. She can feel lethargic, have trouble concentrating and crave junk food. For millions of women, these symptons subside just as menstruation begins. They are the symptons of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). But women don't have to succumb to these symptons. A great deal has been learned in recent years about PMS and doctors can recommend an array of traditional and complimentary remedies to help reduce symptoms. Dr. Colbert's extensive training in alternative therapies makes this booklet extremely helpful for women who suffer with PMS.