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Ugh – mood swings, depression, anxiety, food cravings, fatigue, bloating and general aches – don’t you just love those premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms? PMS is a frequent topic of conversation when women get together. Comparing symptoms and notes about how their partner irritates them while downing some chocolate in the hope that it relives all pain is the typical pattern that occurs at least once every month. The good news is that scientific sense can be made of PMS. Research shows biochemical changes in the brain (serotonin, endorphins and dopamine) that affect women’s moods during their monthly cycle. Even better news is that preventative measure can be taken to minimize symptoms, improve immune functioning and help you feel better – whether you suffer a little or a lot every month.
Hey NutriChem followers! I have a couple of questions for you today…
Do you find it hard to lose weight?
Do you sometimes have joint or muscle aches or pains?
Do you often suffer from headaches or migraines?
Do you suffer from bloating?
Do you sweat a lot and have a strong body odour?
OK, ok… a couple of questions turned into a few, but if you answered yes then you may want to read on!