pmv = PMS V, v = vertigo, the medical abbreviation of vertigo.
When I was a kid my first medical abbreviation was “PMS.” But the spelling of PMS is actually a little more accurate, though it’s still a relatively common name.
V is for vertigo, so PMS is for the other kind of vertigo. Some people will feel the same when they use PMS.
The PMS is the vertigo of the body and the eye. The PMV is the vertigo of the mind and the brain. PMS is the vertigo of the body, the PMV is the vertigo of the mind.
We can all agree that vertigo is the body’s version of an out-of-body experience or near-death experience. A close encounter with death is not the only one. It’s not just the sight of a dead body. In addition to the near-death experience, there are all kinds of other psychological experiences of vertigo, such as dizziness, nausea, and nausea-inducing drugs.
It’s easy for people to blame the victim of vertigo or near-death experiences in general (or “deaths” in general) for the condition they’re experiencing. However, it’s important to understand the distinction between vertigo and near death. In a near-death experience, there is no body to be found. In a vertigo, there is a dead body. Vertigo is the mind-body disconnect. You are in the body, but you are not the body.
The reason why this is important is because when you have a near-death experience, you become aware of your body. The body is an entity apart from your mind. So you no longer have the right to call it the body, but you do have the right to call it a body. We call that a medical abbreviation.
When we have a near-death experience, we tend to experience the death of our body. What we don’t tend to experience is our life before the near-death experience. We don’t tend to experience the grief of losing our loved ones. We don’t tend to experience the despair of watching our loved ones die. It’s a reminder that we are separate from our bodies and that our lives are not our own.
What do you do when you have a near-death experience? Usually the first thing you do is try to kill yourself. You try to kill your body as much as possible and you try to kill your loved ones by dying in your sleep. You try to kill yourself as much as possible and you try to kill your loved ones when you are near death.
PMV is a medical abbreviation that stands for “post-membrane vesicle.” This is the name used by the people who make those fancy, expensive, disposable surgery masks that many of us are too scared to wear.