Menstruation can be a difficult time for some women, particularly if PMS symptoms strike. PMS is often thought of as a combination of emotional, physical, and psychological symptoms related to a women’s monthly menstrual cycle, and symptoms can include everything from bloating, cramps, and headaches to fatigue, breast tenderness, and mood swings. Some studies
PMS is often associated with emotional, physical, and psychological symptoms, and, similar to this woman, you may feel as if you need to carry a gun during your monthly period. Various studies have suggested a variety of factors—such as exercise, food, and alcohol—may affect PMS. Studies have also shown certain foods seem
The results of a saffron study were recently released, and if you suffer from monthly premenstrual syndrome (PMS) the Mediterranean spice saffron may help. PMS affects serotonin levels in the brain, and as Iranian researchers knew saffron helped mild depression, they decided to test its affects on women with PMS.