How to Fight Premenstrual Syndromes (PMS)

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Premenstrual syndrome describes the symptoms that occur in women before they actually get their periods. These symptoms occur basically due to the hormonal changes that occur in the body between the ovulation and start of the period. Different women undergo different symptoms as a part of the Premenstrual syndrome. The most common symptoms include tiredness, anxiety, tender breasts, mood swings, bloating of the stomach, and much more that vary from one person to person.

The ways by which you can handle these premenstrual syndromes (PMS) are:

  1. Exercise: Exercise is the best way to fight the anxiety, as it releases the hormones to fight the stress and worry. So, try to do 20-30 minutes of exercise daily, whether it’s a walk outdoor or a sport that you love to do.
  2. Sleep: It’s the second most important factor to fight those pains. Try to get at least 8 hours of sleep daily. Sleep is a magic pill to make you feel relaxed fighting those worries and tensions. So, to fight that cramps and mood swings as part of premenstrual cycle try to get enough sleep.
  3. Vitamins: According to doctors taking vitamin B6 and vitamin E along with calcium and magnesium also helps women to reduce those pains before the periods.
  4. Try to soothe and relax your mind: Opt for the different ways that help you to relax and soothe your body. Going for meditation and the yoga sessions will be the best option. The restriction is not only to meditation you should find out the ways, in which you feel relaxed as it can be a party night out, reading a good book, writing a journal or listening to music.
  5. Diet: It is again the most important factor. Try to have a balanced diet with lots of green veggies and fruits included in it. Some women may have the urge to eat chocolates before the periods which are again due to premenstrual syndrome, so treat yourself.

This are the simple ways to cope up with those premenstrual syndrome symptoms, however, if you feel that the pain is too much to handle then you must see your doctor.

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