Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) hit the health agenda in the 1970s and it is only since then that it has been recognised as a genuine health problem. Before it became a ‘syndrome’, it was referred to as premenstrual tension (PMT) and refers to the variation of physical and mood symptoms that begin during the last one or two weeks prior to a period and usually end an hour to a few days after menstruation starts.
The specific combination of symptoms is very individual, but common ones include acne, anxiety, fatigue, irritability, fluid retention, forgetfulness, mood swings, bloating, breast tenderness, sweet cravings and weight gain.
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What causes PMS?
Supporting serotonin levels naturally
The importance of protein
Vital vitamins and minerals
Herbal and supplemental help
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Are there any downsides to testosterone therapy?
What about diet?
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