What is premenstrual syndrome? Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can occur in some women in the days leading up to their period (menstruation or monthly bleeding). Premenstrual syndrome key terms Period (menstruation or monthly bleeding) Menstrual cycle...
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can occur in some women in the days leading up to their period (menstruation or monthly bleeding).
PMS can include emotional and physical symptoms that usually occur in the one or two weeks before your period. Although PMS symptoms can be mild, moderate or severe, they usually disappear one or two days after your period.
PMS symptoms can include:
Symptoms of premenstrual syndrome can vary in each menstrual cycle and intensity from woman to woman. However if you are experiencing severe PMS symptoms that are disrupting your daily activities, make sure you visit your doctor.
Although there is no specific cause for PMS, there are various factors that may increase your risk.
Your risk can be influenced by:
If you suffer from stress and mood imbalance, you can be at higher risk of PMS.
As there isn’t a specific cause for PMS, it can be difficult to avoid. However you can reduce your risk for PMS by making several lifestyle modifications.
Try to you exercise regularly to maintain a healthy weight and healthy Body Mass Index (BMI). Your BMI is a measure of your body fat calculated using your height and weight. In addition to your BMI, your waist measurement can also be an indicator of e physical health. Talk to your doctor if you are concerned about your weight for a safe way to maintain a healthy BMI.
Try avoiding drinking alcohol and caffeinated drinks and try to manage your stress and mood. If emotional symptoms persist, make sure you speak to your doctor.
You may be able to manage symptoms of PMS with a healthy lifestyle.
A diary is a handy way to keep a record of your symptoms and how long they last. You may consider complementary therapies such as acupuncture and naturopathy for symptom relief. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
It’s important to know that you are not alone with your symptoms as others can experience them too. But the good news is that Premular by Flordis may be an option for you. Premular is clinically proven to relieve symptoms of PMS including irritability, anger, bloating, breast fullness, headache and mood. It also provides sustained relief over time.
Premular contains a clinically proven extract of Chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus) referred to as Ze 440. Exclusive to Premular, Ze 440 has demonstrated efficacy in clinical trials, including a study suggesting that Premular contains the optimal dose for the relief of a range of PMS symptoms.
Premular is well tolerated and its one-a-day dose makes it convenient to take.
We always recommend you check with your healthcare professional before taking any new medications.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.
Symptoms of PMS can include emotional and physical symptoms that usually occur in the one or two weeks before your period. Although symptoms can be mild, moderate or severe, PMS symptoms usually disappear one or two days after your period.