PMS.. The Pain That Refreshes Your Soul!
Sometimes, you may feel emotionally and physically worn out as well as anxious and thinking negatively. This manifests as pain in various parts of your body, including your legs, breasts, and lower abdomen. And psychological pain that manifests as feelings of rage, despair, mood swings, and worry. You begin to overthink until you figure out that you are experiencing PMS.
The majority of women have PMS symptoms, however, those who are most susceptible are between the ages of 20 and 40. Most women's periods last between 3 and 7 days, and the 5 days leading up to them are usually spent in PMS, which means that most women experience agony for one-third of their lives!
PMS are symptoms due to high or low levels of female hormones such as estrogen and progesterone in the body. The HSS Office said that PMS symptoms increase with age, and it becomes more painful in the 40s & 50s. Also, some reports explain that 3 of 4 women experience PMS. Levels of these symptoms differ from one woman to another. Sometimes these symptoms are mild, and sometimes painful and disables you from going about your day normally.
So don’t let these symptoms affect you negatively, here are some tips to relieve PMS pain!
Exercise will help you relieve PMS pain according to research done by The German magazine "Freuden", confirming that during PMS, the uterine muscles are contracting, thus causing severe pain. Exercise helps blood flow in the uterine area and this helps relieve pain. That’s why we should exercise. Walking, cycling, and doing yoga are effective because they are important in the blood flow to the body and thus relieve pain.
2- Do meditation exercises:
Meditation will help you relax and get rid of bad vibes as well as reduce your resting heart rate, thus reducing any stress you may feel.
3- Avoid certain meals:
Some meals or food ingredients may increase PMS symptoms, especially abdominal pain, so you should eat meals that contain a large portion of sugars, foods that contain extra salt, or spicy meals in general.
4- Consult a doctor:
If PMS symptoms were so painful that you can’t do your daily routine, consult a gynecologist if needed.
5- Don’t ignore your psychological status:
As time passes, sometimes you feel like it’s the end of the world and that pain is endless. And then you realize that it wasn’t and all of this has gone. Do accept yourself, do accept your body, and know that it’s a part of our nature to feel the pain, the pain that refreshes our souls!
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