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If you get painful cramps and bloat during your pre-menstrual week, it’s no wonder if you also have the mood swings that send your family running for cover.
You don’t have to turn to prescription medication with potential side effects to beat the PMS (premenstrual syndrome) blues, though. Here are 7 practical tips that will work to relieve you from any of those PMS syndromes (that you may experience during your “time of the month”)…
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1. Sleep It Off
Make sure you’re getting a good 6 to 7 hours sleep each night, and if necessary take a power nap during the day.
PMS is exacerbated by chronic tiredness, as well as by sleep deprivation, so put your foot down and make a date with your pillow.
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2. Shake It Off
If you’re getting enough sleep, but still feel tired and lethargic, get moving.
Exercising when you have stomach cramps may feel counter intuitive, and you shouldn’t go all out for a full workout if it’s not part of your normal routine, but gentle exercise works wonders for PMS.
Just think about dancing to your favorite tunes or playing tag with the kids rather than punishing yourself at the gym. Doing so will help you reduce stress, increase your blood circulation and release mood-enhancing endorphins.
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3. Eat Right
We know chocolate and alcohol or greasy fast foods might feel comforting when you feel like a “she-demon”, but they’re not helping in the end.
Reduce your salt, sugar, red meat, alcohol and caffeine intake and you’ll reduce your PMS symptoms as well. Replace these unhealthy foods with complex carbohydrates, leafy green vegetables, whole grains, cereals and fresh fruits and you’ll give your body the best chance of beating the blues.
4. Smell The Roses
Don’t just smell the roses – You can also inhale the scent of lavender, lemon balm and rosemary too.
In fact, those are two of the best aromatherapy oils to use to combat PMS. Put a few drops in a diffuser, breathe them in to reduce stress and help clear your head.
5. Take Supplements
Vitamin B complex supplements are great for PMS sufferers, particularly if taken with calcium and evening primrose oil.
For best results, though, you need to take them month round, not just in your premenstrual week.
6. Drink Water
It may feel counter intuitive to drink more water when you’re bloating, but bloating can be a sign you’re not drinking enough and your body is holding onto what it has.
Once you start drinking more, it sends the signal to your body that it’s OK to let it go.
Get off the couch and go out to a movie, get involved in a hobby activity or volunteer at a charity.
Having fun raises your mood and if nothing else, helping others less fortunate will help you forget about your own problems for a few hours.
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