Regular exercise does not only reduce, or in some cases eliminate PMS, it's also a great way to reduce stress and stay health!
Vitamin E for breast tenderness
Some women have reported a reduction or absence of breast tenderness with the supplementation of 600IU of Vitamin E daily.
Research shows that almost half of PMS symptoms can be reduced by simply consuming 1200mg of calcium daily
300 to 500mg Magnesium daily has been found to reduce breast tenderness for some people and in some cases, reduces sugar cravings.
While this works for some women, it's important to weigh the pros and cons, since the side effects of oral contraceptives may be worst off than the ones of PMS
While this works for some, using pain killers in the long run may not solve the problem
Avoid Skipping Meals
The changes in hormone levels can have an adverse effect on your appetite, skipping a meal will make you feel more irritable as your sugar level plummets.
Change Your Diet
Include whole grains, lean protein, fruits and vegetables to get a good balance of minerals and vitamins
Reduce Sodium Intake
Sodium heavy diets can cause bloating and increase water retention.
A study of health data showed than women who smoked were twice as likely to experience PMS.