ICP begins within a certain period of time before the onset of menstruation. Every month many women have to suffer headache, depression and irritability.
Premenstrual syndrome is an individual set of clinical manifestations, which occurs for a certain period before the onset of menstruation. PMS is characterized by a combination of metabolic, endocrine, vegetative-vascular and neuro-psychiatric disorders.
Once the diagnosis of premenstrual syndrome is not always. The symptoms appear cyclically in the same period of the menstrual cycle.
PMS may be differently manifested in the form of physical or psychological discomfort. Many women in this period often anxiety, irritability, depression, bloating and headache. Also increases thirst and appetite. All PMS symptoms can be held simultaneously and separately.
Knowing what age manifested premenstrual syndrome, you can prepare and take action by facilitating its occurrence. This period happens to be 2-10 days before the onset of menstruation.
Diet during PMS
To premenstrual syndrome flowed easier, you should avoid excessive physical exertion and stress. Of particular importance is having a proper diet. For example, because of a lack of calcium increases the sensitivity of nerve cells. When deficiency of vitamin b possible mood swings, depression, increased breast tenderness and other symptoms. Cause dizziness, abdominal pain can be a deficiency of magnesium.
In the diet, you need to add green leafy vegetables. In their composition a sufficient amount of calcium, magnesium, vitamins b, E and iron. Avocado allows to get rid of depression and irritability. Dark chocolate improves blood circulation and reduces headache. In the period of premenstrual syndrome indispensable bananas, which in addition to the content of vitamins help to reduce bloating and puffiness.
Prevention of PMS
Premenstrual syndrome can be prevented. You need daily exercise, which generates endorphins, which counteracts depression. Equally important is the use of vitamin and In the refusal of sugar, salt, caffeine and alcohol.
In severe cases it is recommended to consult a doctor. The specialist will prescribe antidepressants or hormonal contraceptive drugs that suppress ovulation and eliminate premenstrual syndrome.