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Women should do without unhealthy things at PMS
Women suffering from premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can alleviate their symptoms by changing their eating habits. You should better avoid unhealthy foods like chocolate. Relaxation exercises can also help.
When the days before the days cause discomfort
Women over 30 in particular are familiar with the problem when the days before the days cause physical and psychological complaints such as pain, irritability or hypersensitivity. In some cases, the symptoms of the so-called “premenstrual syndrome”, or PMS for short, can be so severe that they put enormous strain on the lives of the women concerned. But you have options to do something about it.
Abdominal pain before the period
Especially if women have abdominal pain and cramps before their period, they should check their eating habits. According to experts, it is better to stay away from certain foods at this time.
The current issue of the magazine “Neue Apotheken Illustrierte” (September 2016) states that alcohol, chocolate and heavily salted food are suspected of exacerbating symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Affected women should also avoid caffeine.
Supplementary intake of B vitamins and magnesium
The professional association of gynecologists (BVF) writes on its website what could help: "According to new knowledge, the consumption of unsaturated fatty acids (e.g. from cold water fish) and the supplementary intake of B vitamins and magnesium can have a positive effect on the mood, physical complaints such as breast tenderness, water retention and food cravings. "
Sport and relaxation
According to the experts, sport can also have a very favorable effect on premenstrual syndrome. Because of the movement, the water that is increasingly stored in the body is transported away faster and the increased blood circulation at the same time relieves cramps in the uterus and can thus reduce pelvic pain and back. Endurance training such as walking, cycling, jogging or swimming are particularly recommended here.
Health experts also recommend plenty of rest and fresh air. Relaxation techniques such as yoga, tai chi, autogenic training or progressive muscle relaxation can also make the days before the days easier. (ad)