A PMS or premenstrual syndrome is the cyclical period before the menstruation. It is characterized by a set of physical and emotional symptoms caused by hormonal changes that bring discomfort to the lives of women.
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According to Maria Elisa Noriler's gynecologist, São Paulo, during each menstrual cycle, the female organism is undergoing important changes such as estrogen exposure and a progesterone collapse. In addition, since nerve cells are affected by the production of female hormones, there is an influence on the increase and monthly reduction in the production of serotonin – the hormone that gives a feeling of well-being.
"Cramps, fun swings and the preservation of fluid are some of the symptoms that can arise, but they rely much on a woman to a woman, and they can be very obvious in some or apart from others," explained the expert.
When thinking about it, Maria Elisa listed some tips on what I could do during the days before the menstruation, which can help make this time less turbulent:
Regular exercise of exercise: Physical activities, such as body-building and jogging, release endorphine that brings the feeling of well-being and pleasure, relaxing and helping to function the bowel. "Another tip is to perform extending activities such as yoga, which helps normalize adrenaline levels and manage anxiety," the expert advises.
True feeding: Put a bet on oats, afocado or banana. These foods are rich in magnesium, nutrients that can perform more than 300 enzyme reactions, which help relax the nervous system and muscle. There is another vitamin that can help during this time in the dark vegetables, which have high levels of calcium, which are responsible for reducing colic emergencies.
Do not drink alcoholic drinks: Alcohol, like chocolate, brings a sense of pleasure straight away; however, its use cancels the retention of fluid, increases maturity and, also, disrupts the woman's sleep circle, causing too much sleep or insomnia.
The Use of Whole Carbohydrates: The high fiber content in whole carbohydrates avoids constipation and some gastrointestinal discomfort that canceled during PMS.
"The choice of treatment goes back to the patient's complaints, sometimes it is necessary to prescribe anti-inflammatory or hormonal treatments, so it is very important to advise a gynecologist to have more success in managing PMS symptoms," comes to bless Elisa.
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