We say "on average" because there are often exceptions to the rule. Some patients have exhibited signs of the preactive phase of dying for a month or longer, while some patients exhibit signs of the active phase of dying for two weeks. Many hospice staff have been fooled into thinking that death was about to occur, when the patient had unusually low blood pressure or longer periods of pausing in the breathing rhythym. However, some patients with these symptoms can suddenly recover and live a week, a month or even longer. Low blood pressure alone or long periods of pausing in the breathing (apnea) are not reliable indicators of imminent death in all cases. God alone knows for sure when death will occur.
Estrogen dominance causes PMS, which in turn is caused by low progesterone levels in comparison to estrogen in the body. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is the most common complaint among women. In the 1930s, PMS was described as a “state of unbearable tension”, and was likely written by a man who had never experienced it first hand. 7 Some women have PMS from the beginning of their menstrual cycles, but most women do not develop it until their mid-thirties when hormone levels start to fluctuate. Many of the most common PMS symptoms coincide with symptoms of progesterone deficiency and can include joint pain, water retention, breast tenderness, headaches, mood swings, and poor sleep patterns.