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Why PMS Gets Worse With Age And How To Deal With It

Although science has not yet identified the cause of PMS, 90% of women experience 150 related symptoms. PMS starts a few days to two weeks before menstruation and can last for a few days after that.

 If your PMS is getting worse with age, you are not alone

 PMS is most easily diagnosed when you experience physical discomfort (such as mood swings, anxiety or irritability, headaches, abdominal pain or bloating, loss of appetite or sexual desire) during menstruation (from egg to menstrual period 14 days).

 Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) - When does PMS start? | familydoctor.org

 Why does PMS increase as we get older?


 

 Most female hormones change dramatically as they get older. PMS sufferers are more likely to be depressed, and women suffering from PMS are more prone to hormonal changes.

 Why do you feel so bad ahead of time?

 Serotonin deficiency, which is caused by high and low levels of estrogen in the body, increases the body's physical and emotional responses. Second, women who start having PMS early in life are more likely to have menopause. (Menstruation stops) Because the body experiences a lot of emotions before it stops.

 What is Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), symptoms and treatments?

 How to get rid of PMS symptoms;

 As your cycle progresses, your PMS symptoms may become more stable or unstable. It is important to monitor your symptoms for at least two cycles. On the other hand, the symptoms of PMS can range from mild to severe.

 Let’s look at some options to ease your comfort;

 • Use painkillers like ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs without a doctor's prescription.


 

 • Do other activities such as walking, swimming, cycling or raising your heart rate.

 What is the difference between exercise and exercise? - Fitness Center - EverydayHealth.com

 • Exercise for at least 30 minutes every day.

 • Reduce fat, sugar, coffee and alcohol levels.

 • Make sure you are getting the necessary calcium intake every day. Take vitamins and supplements to provide your body with the 1200 mg of calcium it needs each day.

 Such as aerobic exercise (called cardio) | Daily health

 • Anxiety, mood swings and tiredness can aggravate the symptoms of PMS, so it is recommended that you get enough rest to reduce the symptoms.

 • Try yoga, meditation and stretching to improve your breathing.

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 As the symptoms of PMS become more severe, pain and disruption of daily activities can occur. It is good to pay attention to your symptoms and see what works for you. Calcium helps prevent unpleasant PMS.

 Remember to take 1200 mg of calcium daily.

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