PMS Symptoms: Foods to Avoid

Menstruation Cycle

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 have shown certain foods may increase PMS symptoms, and here they are:

PMS symptoms may be improved or worsened by a woman’s food choices. If a women consumes alcohol, caffeine, fat, salt, and sugar, she may be more likely to suffer PMS symptoms. It therefore seems to make sense that eating the right foods may lessen or alleviate PMS symptoms. To learn more, read, PMS Foods to Eat.

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  1. Hello–I just stopped by to thank you for visiting my book blog. What an impressive and interesting blog you have. I actually enjoyed reading this and I see what some of my problems have been — I eat all the wrong foods. But I kind of knew that! I think I will poke around a little bit more here when I have a little more time. : )

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