Reduce Mentrual Pain

Around 80% of women experience some symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS). From the amount of about 10% have severe enough PMS symptoms so that an impact on employment, lifestyle or social relationships significantly.

PMS symptoms are often frighten women, among others, stomach pain, breast pain, mood is unstable, easily tired, pimply, headaches, easy to anger, konsentrasai difficult to sleep disturbances.

Most women are still able to hold their PMS symptoms, PMS symptoms, so do not bother, and they can live healthy and productive.

STDs can be reduced by making healthy living habits, exercise regularly. Exercise can help alleviate PMS symptoms such as aerobic for 30 minutes performed 3-5 times a week, swimming, walking, and low impact aerobic activity. In addition to reducing STDs are also good for cardiovascular health, maintain and reduce weight, and increasing confidence.

In addition to aerobic as dilansir from Health24, Thursday (30/7/2009), should also do not smoke, avoid alcohol, caffeine, enhance Feed a complex carbohydrate, magnesium, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin B6, and every day and try to perform relaxation to reduce stress.

Basic things that must be understood to reduce the symptoms of PMS, namely:

  1. Do not skip meals, to keep your blood sugar level, it is better to eat little but often.
  2. If you are premenstrual, your calorie needs increased 500 calories per day.
  3. Eat snacks twice a day, outside of your main meals three times a day.
  4. Eat protein at lunch and dinner.
  5. Reduce consumption of fat and sugar.
  6. Drink eight glasses a day of white water.
  7. Make sure you consume at least 3 portions of fruit and vegetables (especially green vegetables that) every day.
  8. Avoid meals that contain large amounts of sugar (sweets, cakes and biscuits).
  9. Keep consumption to avoid excessive salt, so that you can make the body hold water womb.
  10. Make sure you food diet rich in magnesium, iron, zinc, chromium, and the essential fatty acid and vitamin B, vitamin C, and vitamin E.
  11. Eat fish at least twice during the PMS.
  12. Feed Increase complex carbohydrates (eg pasta and rice).
  13. Avoid caffeine found in coffee, tea, cola drinks and chocolate.

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