PreMenstrual Syndrome

 

PMS is a group of syndromes that are usually experienced in women who are regularly menstruating and more specifically from day 14 till menstruation. These syndromes can range from mild to severe and include things like headaches, anxiety and depression, bloating, insomnia, fatigue and water retention. PMS often worsens over time. As symptoms become more prolonged, the symptom-free portion of the cycle shrinks. Some women experience PMS symptoms virtually all month. Fortunately, women with mild to severe PMS can find relief naturally by giving their bodies the support they need to regulate hormonal balance.

 

PMS Symptoms

Premenstrual syndrome includes a wide range of symptoms that occur in a cyclical pattern corresponding to a woman’s periods.

• Mood swings
• Irritability
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Angry outbursts
• Confusion or fuzzy thinking
• Tearfulness
• Fatigue
• Insomnia
• Changes in libido
• Overeating
• Cravings, especially for salty or sweet foods
• Acne
• Hives
• Abdominal and pelvic cramps
• Bloating
• Weight gain
• Headaches
• Menstrual migraines
• Breast swelling and pain
• Edema (visible swelling, particularly in the hands, feet and legs)
• Dizziness, decreased balance
• Heart pounding (palpitation)
• Nausea
• Urinary problems

 
   
 










 
   

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