6 treatment options for pms

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PMS stands for Premenstrual Syndrome.

It is a syndrome that usually occurs in women from seven to fourteen days before the onset of menstruation.

However, it stops soon after periods begin.

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6 treatment options for pms

  1. 1. 6 Treatment Options For PMS<br />Drink Herbal Tea<br />Drinking herbal tea reduces water retention, bloating, inflammation, nausea etc. According to research certain elements of this natural organic herbal tea greatly help in reducing most of the premenstrual symptoms.<br />Vitamin Supplements<br />Vitamins such as Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin E and Vitamin B6 all of these taken regularly but with physicians advice, have known to decrease symptoms like fluid retention, bloating and breast tenderness.<br />Dietary Changes<br />By eating smaller meals, reducing intake of salty foods, and including fresh fruits and veggies in your diet will greatly help in reducing your PMS discomfort.<br />Moderate Exercise and Yoga<br />Moderate exercises and especially some yoga poses help a great deal in dealing with PMS. Yoga poses such as child’s pose, upward facing dog’s pose, bow pose and modified wide-angle pose give you the much needed relief.<br />Medication<br />Alprazolam, Fluoxetine (Prozac), GnRH, and Spironalactone are oral drugs which should be taken under medical supervision and are known to help in PMS.<br />Take a warm bath<br />Taking a hot water bath relaxes your muscles and studies have also shown that just a few minutes of a warm water bath will increase the serotonin levels!<br />

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