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Natural Home Remedies for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)



Premenstrual syndrome is a dilemma which is faced by every woman in around the world. The syndrome is most common among women in age group of late 20s and early 30s.

Having hundreds of symptoms associated with it and its causes still unknown medically, premenstrual syndrome can very effectively treated with herbal and natural remedies. In fact you'll be surprised to known that the symptoms related with premenstrual syndrome such as depression, fatigue, stress, weight gain, swelling, nausea, cramps etc are best treated with home based solutions or natural remedies.

Home Remedies for Premenstrual Syndrome

Natural and herbal remedies are very effective for dealing with premenstrual syndrome some of which are as follows.

A cup of tea mixed with lemon juice and teaspoon of whiskey is very effective home remedy in treatment of premenstrual.

Extract of chase tree herb posses great efficacy in treating abdominal cramps which is one of the major symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

Chamomile, yarrow and peppermint tea are also considered very effective home remedy in treating cramps caused due to premenstrual syndrome. One cup of any of these can relieve of the most severe abdominal cramps.

Potassium rich diets like broccoli, fish and beans are highly recommended and are very useful in condition of PMS.

Vitamins are also highly important. Consumption of diets like fish and avocados which are regarded as high resource of vitamins is also very constructive in this complication.



GABA is an element which calms and nerves and your brain. PMS results in deficiency of GABA resulting in high anxiety levels. It is advised to intake GABA supplements on daily basis.

Evening promise oil, other than its many health benefits, its massage is very effective home remedy for condition of tenderness on breast which is caused by PMS.

It is recommended to daily intake 1200 mg of calcium in condition of premenstrual syndrome. Calcium is a very vital nutrient especially for the health of women and keeps you away from depression, stress and even from abdominal cramps caused by PMS. Similarly vitamin E is possesses same importance for tackling the respective conditions and daily intake of vitamin E rich diets is highly advised.

Changes in the daily dietary plans are prescribed by every doctor and herbalist. Reducing the consumption of salt, refined sugar, caffeine, alcohol and red meat is mandatory to deal with complication of PMS. Instead high intake of magnesium and vitamin B6 rich diets is very useful in this condition.

Food items with high level of carbohydrates and diets like leafy green vegetables, fruits, whole grains and cereals are very extremely beneficial home remedies for women facing the condition of premenstrual syndrome.

Taking frequent hot baths are also very beneficial in this condition. Exercise is a crucial part for any female. It keeps your hormones in a balanced level. Further daily exercise also gives you good flow of blood circulation which is very crucial for getting rid of symptoms related with premenstrual syndrome.

It is advised to eat small food meals less difference of time frames. Hot cup of tea after every meal is also very effective for easing the pain of premenstrual syndrome.





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