5 Easy Strategies to reduce your symptoms of PMS
Here is a list of some simple things you can do to help reduce the symptoms of Pre Menstrual Syndrome. For women with Endometriosis this can be particularly acute.
It has become quite known that once a month we should avoid women due to their extreme mood swings and irritability. They call it PMS but why do we get it and how can we avoid it becoming a problem with the relationships we value?
PMS is essentially caused by an imbalance in our hormones. The imbalance varies according to your diet and your own body’s composition but in many cases it is a case of elevated estrogen. Women can equate feelings of irritability, moodiness and abnormal emotional outbursts to PMS.
Other factors which are perhaps not always known to be related to our hormones include digestive irregularities, pain during our period, skin breakouts and sore breasts over that time of the month and bloating.
Here are some great strategies you can implement to reduce the severity or even eliminate your PMS Symptoms: