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How to Fight PMS Premenstrual Syndrome

Statistic shows that more than 40 %women suffer from premenstrual syndrome (PMS). When these days come we are tense irritated, aggressive and in really bad mood. Additional we don’t feel well with crumps, aches, tender breast and swollen ankles or even constipation.

I would like to share with you some tips, thanks to which you can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of PMS.

Some of the PMS syndrome can affect your daily routine. To fight this effectively you should make minor changes is your diet. To fight with PMS you will need: calcium, magnesium, vitamin B6, A and E. Before you rich for supplement try to include in your diet food rich in substances, mentioned above. Whole grain products, nuts, sunflower seeds are rich in magnesium. Milk and dairy products like cheese, yoghurts contain calcium. Bananas, chicken breast, pistachio nuts, asparagus, avocado, eggs, milk and almonds, carrots mangoes and apricots are rich in vitamins A, E and B6.

Exercise: Don’t stop exercising when you suffer from PMS syndrome. While you exercise body release “happy” hormone endorphin. You will feel relaxed and less tense. Also exercises help maintain healthy circulation and normal water retention. So stop feeling bloated and swollen.


If you smoke cut it down. The same with coffee and salt. Nicotine and caffeine will make you more nerves and your muscles more tensed. Reduce salt. Salt got ability to keep additional water inside your body.

Don’t stay in bed .I know when the PMS syndrome strikes you prefer to be alone doing completely nothing. But it will not help you to fight with bad mood. Go for a walk. Do something active. Don’t give up your normal routine only because your body tells you to do so.

I hope these few tips with help you to fight with monstrous PMS syndrome. Life is too short for having bad mood and giving up all your activity. I wish you all the best.

Read more: http://healthmad.com/health/how-to-fight-pms-premenstrual-syndrome/#ixzz1k082POem

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