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Herbal Remedies for PMS Symptoms

Rather than suffer the sometimes debilitating symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), use herbal remedies to avoid the monthly discomfort.

Premenstrual tension, or PMT, affects between 70 and 90 per cent of women. The more accurate medical term is premenstrual syndrome (PMS), as it is now officially recognised as a syndrome that covers a variety of problems, rather than being merely a condition of tension.

An age-old problem

Until recently, girls married early and large families. Gaps between pregnancies were relatively small and child bearing would carry on until it was no longer possible to conceive, so women has fewer periods. In modern times with girls reaching puberty earlier, contraception and the choice over family size, you can expect around 40 years of monthly menstruation. The symptoms of PMS were noted as early as 400BC and, in Victorian times, were considered conditions of hysteria, Herbal remedies have been found to be effective in relieving a wide range of symptoms.

Employ herbal miracle cures to get rid of the frustrating symptoms of PMS.

The Different Causes of PMS

It is still not understood why some women experience only minor symptoms of PMS, while others experience such debilitation that their loves are considerably impaired by it. One cause can be an excess of oestrogen in relation to progesterone. Other causes may be an overburdened liver, hereditary factors or an inadequate diet.

Monthly Pain

The range of symptoms that PMS can cause if immense. Cravings, moodiness, breast tenderness, headaches, lower back pain, cramps, nausea and low self esteem are only a few of the problems that it causes. Fortunately, herbs taken as teas or tinctures can alleviate PMS and enable you to function at this time with less discomfort and upset.

Many women suffer in silence every month, but they could find relief in herbal remedies.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. DiosRaw says:

    This is relevant right now, thank you. There is evidence that PMS has been exacerbated by our modern world: stress, contraceptives, medications, processed food etc.. ❤

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    1. GS says:

      Ah yes PMS is worse than usual. Keeping track of your monthly periods can help you prepare for menstruation, as well as help you detect problems with your female health if you experience missed periods or irregularities. But if you suffer from premenstrual syndrome or PMS, you probably don’t need to keep close track of your monthly periods, since PMS symptoms can alert you to when your period is about to arrive. If you have severe PMS symptoms, it’s possible that one or more of your lifestyle habits could be making your PMS suddenly worse.

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      1. DiosRaw says:

        Indeed, best wishes, sending love. ❤

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      2. GS says:

        Thank you. Sending you good vibes 🧿

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