Menstrual periods and premenstrual syndrome

Before going into the discussion to manage the PMS (premenstrual syndrome), lets receive the basis of premenstrual syndrome.
Premenstrual syndrome is a group of symptoms that starts one week before the menstrual periods.  The symptoms of Premenstrual syndrome are more common in the teen girls teen  woman undergone childbirths.
For some of the women, the severity of symptoms is one of the major cause of absenteeism from schools and jobs. 
Now, let, s look at the symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome, It includes

  • Bloating
  • Headache and joint pain
  • Food cravings
Now, when you are clear about the basics, let's have a look at the food that can promote you for its managing through food.

You first, look at the nutritional ingredients that can coupe the Premenstrual syndrome, they are mentioned below.
 Premenstrual SyndromePremenstrual  Syndrome:  it have the potential impact to overcome the symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome as it  helps  us to cover the PMS symptoms like moodirritabilitybloating and anxiety.
Now, you will entertain the other benefits of vitamin B6 in our health. You read the other benefits  from the view that bodily functions are very closely integrated. Supporting one healthy aspect of the body have positive impacts upon the other, as well. So let's have a look at it,
 Impacts upon Brain: it is commonly called a mood Vitamin as it  improves nerve functions  by producing neurotransmitters,through which Brain and Nerves communicate with each other.Vitamin B6 is also believed to improve the cognitive function especially in the elderly. Same role if it is used to help with premenstrual syndrome symptoms.
 Immune system: It is associated with the production of certain types of antibodies, which enables the body to fight against diseases. As the immune system enhancer,  it  is used to prevent the infection of the urinary tract infections.
 Synthesis of hemoglobin: It Produce vehicles for the Transport of Oxygen: Vitamin B6 is involved in the production of hemoglobin, which is the main carrier of Oxygen to the body. Its deficiency  can cause less energy levels and certain types of Anemia than those with less  value. As in the menstrual cycle there is a loss of blood, so Vitamin b6 synergies us for the coming occurrence of  Premenstrual syndrome.
Metabolism of Proteinsfats and Carbohydrates: It  facilitates the Metabolism of ProteinsFats and Carbohydrates. Increase energy levels put positive impacts to overcome unwanted symptoms, same is for premenstrual syndrome.
 Heart Disease & Cancer: It is believed to cut the risks of Heart attack by reducing the concentration of homocysteinean amino acid in the blood serumThough Research findings are not showing such impacts.
Nausea and Vomiting: About half of the women confronts with Nausea and Vomiting during the first  Months of their pregnancy.Vitamin B 6 is proven as an effective to overcome such symptoms during Pregnancy. Same benefits of vitamin b6 are used in the premenstrual syndrome, as well.
Importance of zinc in managing Premenstrual syndrome. Zinc and copper both should be in balance for coupling the Premenstrual syndrome. The elevated level of one affect the bioavailability of the other, so an adequate balance should be maintained for well-managed premenstrual syndrome. Zinc aid in the enhancing the estrogen – copper effects, which is a valuable utility to lessen the symptoms associated with the condition.
Zinc also plays a role in the reduced bile flow, which have the targeted efforts on the copper elimination and to cut constipationZinc also reduces the liver enzyme synthesis, which help digestion and set positive impacts upon the protein synthesis and other required metabolic activities
Zinc has the positive impact to elevate mood, reduce fatigue, maintain appetite levels, help in reducing the occurrences of allergies, having soothing effects on the inflammation due to acne. These contributions of zinc potentially ease the symptoms associated with Premenstrual syndrome.
Before going to discuss that how you can manage your pre-menstrual syndrome lets first see what is pre-menstrual syndrome.
Premenstrual syndrome is the symptoms that refer to a set of symptoms that a lady may suffer from the second half of his menstrual cycle. It goes away from one to two days after your menstrual period starts.

Now, let's see how can you manage the symptoms associated with the premenstrual syndrome. The ways are as follows,
  • Record your symptoms:  if you keep the record of the symptoms, it will be clear to you the type of symptoms you suffer in the premenstrual period. So, you can take precautionary actions to manage the most disturbing symptoms, when it begins to occur. This precautionary action may pass through a trial and error periods, however, with the passage of time you will be clear what works best for you to cope with the most disturbing issues and how to handle these.
  • Turn on to a healthier lifestyle: For the majority of the ladies a change in the lifestyle, the basis of the lifestyle change is a change in the lifestyle. You must take the  following changes ,well balanced diet containing vegetables, beans, fruits and low sugar and salt. Second is the intake of plenty of liquids and intake small frequent diets.
  • Taking proper medication and supplementation:  Take the helpful medication like aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen etc..  You can take aid from the supplementation like  Vitamin B6, calcium; Zinc and magnesium can help you. However, an important point that you should take care is to tell your healthcare provider about the medication you take and follow the directions of your healthcare provider.
  • Be relax and manage your stress: to manage stress associated with the premenstrual syndrome, you have to take sufficient sleep. You take  Take a glass of milk or an ice cream for a deeper sleep. Adequate medication, upon the advice of your health care provider, can also help you.  Other tips to relieve stress are taking deep breathing, massage and yoga.
  • You can take the help of Doctor: if the symptoms are unmanageable, then you can take the advice of your Doctor for the proper medication.  In these conditions, you should consult your doctor. If the self management doesto work to coupe the Premenstrual syndrome. Other conditions that you take the Doctor help are the changing lumps in your breasts, Discharge from the nipple, and if you are feeling very sad.

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