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Two out of three women report having regular discomfort from premenstrual syndrome (PMS). PMS is a catch-all name that covers many of the symptoms women have between ovulation and the start of menstruation. Understanding the link between PMS, calcium, and essential nutrients can help you with managing symptoms.
In the days leading up to a period, it is common for a woman to experience premenstrual or PMS symptoms. Some women experience multiple severe symptoms while other women have one or two minimal symptoms. PMS symptoms include, but are not limited to, irritability, anxiety, bloating, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, and general pain. Many women are wary of taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, and prefer to seek out natural treatments for managing these symptoms. First, rid yourself of exaggerated PMS symptoms by alleviating stress. Then, develop a regular exercise routine to help balance hormones. Finally, clean up your diet and start taking nutritional supplements to reduce PMS symptoms. These natural treatments should help manage symptoms, whether severe or minimal.