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PMS or Premenstrual syndrome is experienced by many women just before their menstrual cycle is set to begin..

Some of the symptoms c​ ​ommonly experienced by women suffering from premenstrual syndrome include ​f​atigue, mood swings and irritability, weight gain, flare-up of acne, headache, food

cravings and change in appetite,Bloated tummy,Cramps,Tender breasts,Muscle aches,Joint pain,Swollen hands and feet,Constipation or diarrhea​ ​and many others. Some symptoms are so intense that they leave many women bereft of any energy or enthusiasm to carry on with their daily routines.

There are ​no specific causes of premenstrual syndrome ​but a few specific factors which can be attributed to the presence of premenstrual syndrome in some women areCyclic changes in​ hormones, Chemical changes in the brain​.​ (F​ luctuations of serotonin, a brain chemical (neurotransmitter) that's thought to play a crucial role in mood states, could trigger PMS symptoms.)I

 stress, depression, poor​ ​eating habits or can get worse if you:Smoke,Are under lots of stress,Don’t exercise,Don’t sleep enough,Drink too much alcohol or eat too much salt, red meat, or sugar,, etc.

A change in lifestyle and eating habits greatly helps in easing the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

For  further discussion / consultation on individual basis, Consult Dr. Harsha Jain with prior appointment through appointment section  / mob no-9999272289

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