Video: ❶ PMS And Vitamin B
If every month, on approximately the same days, a woman turns from an affectionate kitten into an angry tigress, then you are already familiar with premenstrual syndrome. Why is this happening and how to overcome this attack? Location: Location:
Even in ancient times, the "father of medicine" Hippocrates, was puzzled by the question of women's troubles, but the diagnosis of PMS (premenstrual syndrome) itself appeared relatively recently - about 15 years ago. Scientists have found that about 10-14 days before menstruation, painful PMS symptoms appear, triggered by abrupt hormonal changes.
These symptoms are known to many:
• Sudden mood swings;
• Sudden onset of depression;
• Increased nervousness;
• Pain in the lower abdomen caused by uterine spasms;
• Weight gain, swelling, due to the accumulation of fluid in the body;
• Bloating and soreness in the chest;
• Increased craving for sweets;
As it turns out, the symptoms of PMS can be easily neutralized if you slightly adjust your diet. According to many American experts, premenstrual syndrome will go away more imperceptibly if you eat B vitamins.
In a study conducted with the participation of more than three thousand women, of whom about a thousand complained of PMS, it was found that after enriching their diet with vitamins B1 and B2, 35% of former sufferers said goodbye to this scourge.
Try to diversify your diet with foods containing B vitamins, as well as thiamine, which will help accelerate the neutralization of PMS symptoms. Thiamine is found in foods such as black rye bread, potatoes, pork loins, and millet.
Vitamins B1 and B2 are found in: wholemeal bread, cheese, cottage cheese, milk, and other dairy products, meat, rose hips, spinach, hazelnuts, broccoli.
All of the above products are contained in: buckwheat and oatmeal, in pork liver and kidneys, as well as in all legumes.
A woman is a fragile, delicate flower that illuminates the path of close people with her kindness. Nothing should stop her from enjoying life! Premenstrual syndrome is not a sentence, but only a temporary inconvenience that a woman is able to eliminate, armed with the necessary knowledge.