We’re here to help you find natural ways to gain control over irritability and other PMS symptoms disrupting your life.
Finding Control Through Balance
That feeling of being on an extra short fuse, wanting to cry at the drop of a hat, or feeling increasingly anxious—every month the emotional symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can be a disruption to your life. Over 90% of women experience PMS in some form, but the intensity and the impacts on everyday life can be vastly different from woman to woman. We’re here to help naturally relieve those PMS symptoms that are holding you back, so you can live your healthiest life.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Causes PMS Irritability?
PMS irritability and other PMS mood swings can be triggered by hormonal and serotonin fluctuations that occur during this time. However, the causes of PMS are unknown.
How to Reduce Irritability During PMS
There are a number of ways you can naturally reduce PMS irritability. Acupuncture and Chinese herb formulas help to rebalance hormone levels in your body that may be responsible for the irritability. You could also try exercising, changing your diet, adjusting your sleep schedule, and/or finding activities that help with reducing stress.
When Do PMS Mood Swings Start?
PMS symptoms, including PMS mood swings, typically start five to eleven days before a period. The symptoms usually stop at the beginning of the period.
How Long Does PMS Mood Swings Last?
PMS mood swings and other PMS symptoms can last around five to eleven days if symptoms begin at the start of PMS and last until the early days of the period.
Are Mood Swings a sign of Pregnancy or PMS?
It is fairly common for PMS symptoms to be the same for every cycle you have. If you do not usually experience mood swings as a part of PMS, it could be a sign of pregnancy. Acupuncture can help lessen PMS mood swings and prenatal acupuncture can help with mood swings associated with pregnancy.
What Foods Help with PMS Mood Swings?
Maintaining a balanced diet and staying hydrated can have a multitude of benefits for your whole body. Finding ways to eat healthier and drink enough water can especially help those that experience PMS symptoms, including PMS mood swings. Try increasing the number of fruits and vegetables you eat while also reducing your intake of sugar, caffeine, and alcohol. Acupuncture and taking Chinese herb formulas are additional ways to naturally help with PMS mood swings.
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