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Premenstrual Syndrome

PMS is the term used for the emotional and physical symptoms that many women usually get before two weeks their monthly period. Most women have to deal with PMS but once the period begins, it usually disappears. PMS is related to a body’s changes in hormonal levels and it is normal to deal with backaches, acne, mood swings and other physical and emotional changes influenced by hormones.
Some typical symptoms are:
• acne
• bloating
• feeling tired
• backaches
• sore breasts
• headaches
• constipation
• diarrhea
• food cravings
• depression or feeling blue
• irritability
• mood swings
• difficulty concentrating/ difficulty handling stress
• trouble sleeping
Eating right, getting enough sleep, and exercising may help relieve some of the symptoms of PMS. Nearly all women of childbearing age have some premenstrual symptoms, but women in their late 20s to their early 40s are most likely to experience PMS. For most women, PMS is not a big problem, and the best way to handle these symptoms is to be aware of the what your body is going through and live a healthly lifestyle.

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