For some women, symptoms are almost unbearable.
However, there are several ways in which you can successfully ease the pain.
Try to deal with stress, as it can surely be the cause of certain PMS symptoms to some degree.
Gentle exercise such as walking or yoga will help reduce stress levels.
Meditation and breathing exercises may also help build some psychological resilience.
Increase the intake of dietary fiber, especially Lignin.
This will bring your hormones in balanced state, and it will help reduce your sugar cravings.
Foods I recommend the most are: flaxseeds, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, as well as whole grains.
Avoid alcohol and sugar as much as you can. Instead of that, make sure you drink plenty of water, herbal teas and eat fruits.
Eat regular whole-food meals. In my opinion, eating 3 times a day is optimal. This will keep your blood sugar levels in balance which will, in addition, help regulate stress hormones.
Magnesium, B vitamins, calcium, and Myo-inositol are also very important for your well-being.
These lifestyle changes have proven to be the best in my experience with the clients so far.
Try these out and you will most likely notice positive changes.