A PMS or premenstrual syndrome is the cycle of the menstrual cycle. It is characterized by physical and emotional symptoms due to hormonal changes that cause discomfort in women's lives.
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According to São Paulo gynecologist Maria Elisa Noriler, in every menstrual cycle, female organisms undergo significant changes such as estrogen elevation and progesterone depletion. In addition, neurons are influenced by the production of female hormones, thus affecting the increase in serotonin production, which is a well-being hormone, and the monthly decrease.
"Spasms, mood swings, and fluid retention are some of the symptoms that can occur, but they are highly dependent on women and women, and some can be very obvious," the expert says.
Thinking about it, Maria Elisa listed some tips on how to avoid this before menstruation, which could make this period less prone.
Regular exercise of physical exercise: Physical activities such as bodybuilding and jogging emit endorphins that make you feel well-being and enjoyment, helping to relieve bowel function and help. "Another tip is to perform stretching activities such as yoga to help normalize adrenaline levels and control anxiety," the expert advised.
Correct feeding: Bet on oats, avocados or bananas. It is rich in magnesium and nutrients that can carry out more than 300 enzymatic reactions, helping to relieve the nervous system and muscular system. Other vitamins that can help during this period are dark vegetables with high levels of calcium, which helps reduce the risk of colic.
Avoid drinking. Like alcohol, chocolate brings immediate pleasure, but its consumption promotes moisture retention, increases irritability, and also interferes with women's sleep circulation, resulting in excessive sleepiness and insomnia.
Total carbohydrate intake: High total carbohydrate fiber prevents constipation and gastrointestinal distress, which is stressed during the PMS period.
"Because the choice of treatment is based on patient complaints and sometimes it is necessary to prescribe anti-inflammatory or hormonal therapies, it is very important to honor a gynecologist to achieve greater success in controlling the symptoms of PMS" Elisa concluded.
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