Curing Premenstrual Tension Naturally
Is Moodiness, Pain and Bloating Paralyzing Your Life In the Days Leading Up to Your Period? Just what is premenstrual tension also known as PMS anyway and why does it cause most women so much misery?
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Curing Premenstrual Tension Naturally
Premenstrual tension can be a baffling for other people to watch and emotionally painful for the woman who is experiencing. Many women find themselves emotionally confused by the process and at the mercy of many different distressing symptoms at once. It can be excruciating! In this ebook you'll learn: The prevalence of premenstrual tension in this society and why even women as young as thirteen can experience it. How the days leading up to your period are affected by fluctuating hormone levels and how to predict when your symptoms will be worse. How the levels of progesterone in your body can especially contribute to mood swings, bloating and other problems associated with premenstrual tension. How your levels of serotonin, the feel good chemical in your brain, might be affecting your ability to weather the days leading up to your period and what you can do to elevate this hormone. How your family history may predict whether or not you are likely to suffer from Pms. How one's general health can affect how well you adjust to the discomfort of premenstrual symptoms. How your personality type can impact how you deal with having your period. Why sexual intercourse seems more uncomfortable when you have Pms. How dramatic falls in estrogen levels work to cause your face to flush and make you feel uncomfortable and anxious in the days leading up to your period. How falling estrogen levels can cause you to have a fever and start sweating for no reason. How to deal with the onset of skin problems like acne. How to deal with the painful swelling breasts that can be one of the symptoms of Pms. How changes in hormones can affect every single organ in your body. What single activity you can do every day to deal with the weight gain associated with Pms. Why some women suffer changes in memory or attention span as their estrogen levels drop. How to deal with the insomnia and night sweats that are part of menopause. How certain across the counter remedies can actually make your problem worse!
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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a group of symptoms that generally appear 4 to 10 days before menstruation and end, often abruptly, as menstruation begins. The most common symptoms are irritability, nervous tension, depression, mood swings, craving for sugary foods, breast tenderness, water retention, and weight gain.1 The symptoms of PMS can be mild or severe about one in five women have severe symptoms that interfere with daily activities. In many women, an imbalance of too much estrogen and too little progesterone triggers the symptoms of PMS.
Section III deals with the effects of caffeine as they relate to the menstrual cycle and reproduction. In chapter 8, Hoa Vo, Barry Smith, and Solmaz Elmi deal with the relationship between caffeine and the menstrual cycle, as well as effects of the drug in women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Vo provides an overview of the physiology and psychology of the menstrual cycle and shows how caffeine pharma-cokinetics are affected by changing menstrual physiology, as well as how caffeine affects menstrual function. She then reviews the scientific literature concerned with the possible role of caffeine in PMS.
Effect on menstruation (it is not true menstruation, see above) is generally to regularise it, and often to diminish blood loss, but amenorrhoea can occur. In some women 'break-through' intermenstrual bleeding occurs, especially at the outset, but this seldom persists for more than a few cycles. Premenstrual tension and dysmenorrhoea are much reduced.
Pyridoxine has also been used for a variety of conditions including premenstrual tension, vomiting in pregnancy and radiation sickness in doses sometimes exceeding 100 mg day. Concerns that prolonged exposure to high doses may be harmful, e.g. causing sensory neuropathy, have not been resolved.