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Health Questions for Women: How Nature Can Help With Symptoms of PMS There are quite a few health questions for women that are specific to our sex. One of them is related to the dreaded pre-menstrual syndrome or PMS. As a diagnosis the medical world is still out to debate on it since the symptoms of PMS vary in intensity with every woman. Women who have a really hectic lifestyle are often affected by this. While hormones are a huge reason behind PMS, a woman who is stressed, follows bad food habits and who is constantly on the move can be affected most by it. You may experience some or all of these symptoms. You can have mood swings, violent headaches, feel extremely tired and a sense of being bloated. You also lack concentration, get irritated at the drop of a hat, feel aggressive and can be aching and paining all over. Many women have learned to live with PMS, but there is no reason to suffer through its symptoms. There are several natural remedies that you can weave into your lifestyle. PMS is largely hormone related and imbalances can be caused by several factors. A stressful lifestyle can lead to insomnia and this in turn can lead to hormonal imbalances and PMS. One way to reduce tension is through yoga and meditation. All you need to do is dedicate just a half hour every day to this and you will feel much better. Both these forms of exercise and relaxation will help balance those mixed emotions. PMS symptoms are separated into 4 categories and each of them has their own set of symptoms. Yoga postures have been developed for each category to deal with a specific set of these symptoms. Many women are under the impression that PMS is imaginary. However it is a fact of life and there is no perfect description of the kind of woman who suffers from PMS. After bringing down the stress levels in your life, you need to ensure that your diet is helping you. There are several foods that can make huge difference to how your body responds to PMS. Including ginger in your diet will bring down menstrual cramps to a large extent. Indulge in eggplant to energize your system and regulate the flow of your periods. Also, recent research has discovered what is missing during PMS. Women suffering from PMS often have lower levels of calcium in their bodies at the time of ovulation. So indulging in a good amount of dairy or calcium and potassium rich foods or supplements can help.


Similarly, it has been shown that women with lower blood levels of manganese also suffer from PMS. You can alleviate this by including spinach, cashews, quinoa, soybeans and the like in your diet. This can also reduce the amount of water retention you endure. Simply listening to what your body has to say about the way you are looking after it can make a huge difference. It can help give your body the balance it is looking for. Taking the time out to look after yourself allows you to grow strong both physically and mentally. This can give you relief from painful side effects of stressful lifestyles, like PMS.

This article was written by Ruth D'Souza Prabhu a Content Writer for Adoley Odunton’s Wellness Revolution. For more healing breakthroughs for your body, mind, and spirit, please visit http://mywellnessrevolution.com/hello/.


Health Questions for Women: How Nature Can Help WithSymptoms of PMS