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 fatigue, 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.
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