Premenstrual syndrome is often experienced by women before menstruation these symptoms will usually present themselves in the secretory or luteal phase of the menstrual cycle immediately after ovulation has taken place, the syndrome is believed by many doctors to be caused by all the hormones that are released during the menstrual cycle. Pre menstrual syndrome is a definite indicator that a woman’s period will soon begin. It can cause a lot of mental upheaval, especially if the symptoms are very bad as it disrupts a woman’s normal lifestyle. However doctors rarely take on any elaborate treatment unless the symptoms are so bad that they cause debilitating illness or severe depression. If you have severe PMS you may want to change your diet. If your food is very salty it will trigger water retention, so a lot of water must be consumed to flush out the system. Mood shifts are often triggered by drinking too much alchohol and caffeine will cause these symptoms to become more pronounced.
Premenstrual syndrome can cause different behaviours to manifest themselves and the woman might become uninterested in the work she has to do and life in general if the symptoms are strong enough. It may also cause dermatological issues and there might be flare ups of acne and skin rashes. Sometimes a woman might become bloated and swollen.
There may also be problems in the joints head and back in terms of pain. About eighty five percent of people experience PMS but only a small percentage of about three to eight percent of women will actually severe symptoms the rest will have mild symptoms that do not affect their functionality.Premenstrual syndrome will often show up in women who are in their twenties and thirties and who have a family history of depression or those who have experienced post-natal depression.
Premenstrual syndrome affect women in their twenties and forties, a family history with depression and those who have experienced post partum depression in the past will increase the risk of having this problem. You can change up your daily routine in order to control your PMS, exercise as well as a diet rich in fruits and vegetables as well as whole grains will be of great assistance.
You should curb your caffeine and alcohol intake. Get to sleep at a reasonable time so you can get a full eight hours sleep. Medications can be bought at your local pharmacy without a prescription help with the relief of these symptoms. If the pain is debilitating then your doctor will give you birth control pills in an attempt to put an end to ovulation altogether and relieve the pain.
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