Here are our tips to best prepare for PMS and reduce its effects on your body and your mood.
Some women fear the arrival of menstruation because they see it as a bad time to pass. If you fall into this category, try to prepare for the arrival of menstruation by following these tips. Learn how to manage Premenstrual Syndrome to be more serene.
What are the symptoms before menstruation?
Cramps; sore breasts; headache ; back pain; bloating; mood swings ; mild depression or skin problems… you know your period will come when you start to feel bad about yourself. Here are some tips to help you prepare for and reduce the symptoms of PMS (PMS).
Eat better: more often (making 6 light meals rather than 3 large meals), but less fatty, less sweet and less salty. Avoid drinking coffee or alcoholic beverages, and favor complex carbohydrates found in whole grains, beans, whole rice or lentils. Foods rich in calcium are also beneficial.
Try taking food supplements (do not hesitate to ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice): an additional supply of calcium, magnesium or even vitamin E can help cleanse the body by eliminating toxins and thus help to reduce the symptoms of PMS.
Exercise and stretch to improve your mood and sleep better.
Rest with a good night’s sleep, and generally try to sleep at least 7 to 8 hours a night. If you have trouble falling asleep, you can find tips and ideas for natural remedies for sleeping well here. To combat the symptoms of menstruation, avoid stressful situations and take time for yourself.
Premenstrual syndrome: be ready before your period
If you don’t want to be surprised by the arrival of your period, you can try to calculate the date of the start of your period by keeping the calendar of your menstrual cycle up to date.
But if your periods are irregular, especially with the arrival of menopause, Always Dailies panty liners, easy to carry, can be a good solution to feel comfortable and well protected in everyday life. This should already allow you to face the arrival of your period in a slightly more peaceful way.
Less stress: hygienic protection at your fingertips
Keep hygienic protections in advance, in a drawer, at home or at work. You can also, if you are afraid of small “accidents”, use a thin panty liner in addition to your pad to be 100% protected. The panty liners Always Dailies are so thin and comfortable they can be used at any time.
Stay active before your period
No need to put your life on hold just because of the rules! Well hydrated, rested, and if necessary (talk to your pharmacist) with pain relievers specific to menstruation, you can continue to lead a normal life and play sports.
And you, what are your tips for living well in the days before menstruation?