predmenstrualni-sindrom-pmsPremenstrual syndrome or PMS is a bunch of symptoms that are associated with the menstrual cycle of a woman. It is a medical condition that is known to affect a large number of women of childbearing age. Premenstrual syndrome symptoms usually occur a week or two prior to your menstrual cycle. Once you are done with your periods for the month, the symptoms too go away. These symptoms can either be physical or psychological. The symptoms depend on person to person.

Some of the common premenstrual syndrome symptoms are:

  • Acne
  • Bloating of the body
  • Swollen or tender breast
  • Weight gain
  • Tiredness
  • Aggression
  • Stomach upset or constipation
  • Back pain
  • Headache
  • Joint or muscle pain
  • Anxiety
  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Food craving
  • Overeating
  • Trouble with concentration
  • Memory problems
  • Irritability
  • Crying spells
  • Tearfulness
  • Trouble sleeping, and more

Premenstrual syndrome treatment :

To relieve premenstrual syndrome, it is important to relieve its symptoms. As the symptoms may vary from person to person, you have to find out the right treatment for the particular symptom that bothers you. However, below given a few tips that will help you relieve some common symptoms.

Make appropriate changes in your lifestyle. Ensure you regular exercise at least for half an hour to keep your body fit and fine. You should also eat healthy food items like fruits and vegetables to provide the right nutrition to your body to survive the pains that occur during PMS. Also, you must avoid having too much of salt, caffeine, and alcohol when you have premenstrual syndrome symptoms. Moreover, it is important to sleep for at least 8 hours to give complete rest to your body. Sleeping well can help relieve both physical and psychological symptoms.

There are many over-the-counter medications available that can help you relieve physical symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. With the help of these medicines, you can ease symptoms like cramps, back pain, stomach pain, and more. Common medicines used are Ibuprofen, Ketoprofen, Naproxen, and aspirin. If your symptoms are very severe, you can seek help from the doctor. He may prescribe certain medicines that will help you ease these symptoms better.

To deal with your premenstrual syndrome symptoms better, it is advisable to keep a track of them every month. You can maintain a diary to do so. By keeping a record of your symptoms, you will be able to deal with them better. Once you know about the physical symptoms that you experience frequently, you can keep a stock of medicines to get an instant relief.

As the exact cause of premenstrual syndrome is unknown, it is difficult to develop one particular treatment for all the symptoms. However, by learning more about your body through observation, you can get a better idea of how your body will respond to a particular symptom.

Thanks to share ypur experiences in comments section below.

Written by Smith Amelia


  1. Thanks for the useful tips dear.. <3

  2. Great tips!
    Happy Tuesday!

    Le Stylo Rouge

  3. Great tips..I am going to follow these

  4. Just great tips <3
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  5. Tiya at Reply

    Great tips. I should start following them 🙂

  6. Its really knowledgeable ! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  7. laks at Reply

    great tips dear 🙂

  8. Very informative post, Amelia! Great tips!
    Have a great weekend, ladies!


  9. Such a great article and useful tips 🙂 Thank you

  10. Great tips dear..

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