It must be the PMS, right?
If you are aware about the period trackers, they are good at predicting the days and keep you ready in this fast, busy life. But what if, you take a break from your busy schedules and listen to your body? The advent of “that time of the month” isn’t unannounced. We call it Premenstrual Syndrome - the scary anticipation of the painful days. It’s time that we break it down for you and help you manage your days better.
PMS is a mixture of symptoms that women experience about a week or two before their period. Most women experience symptoms such as bloating, vomiting, mood swings, weight gain, acne, soreness of breasts, etc. As many as three in four women experience PMS at some point.
It is a physical and emotional indications that occur in the one to two weeks before a woman's period. While Senitta’s period tracker and a convenience of ordering dioxin-free pads online will help you never run out of them, paying attention to your body can help you understand its needs.
There are a few pro-tips you can do while you are experiencing an uncomfortable PMS:
- Exercise - It not only helps you stay healthy, but also helps your mood in a phenomenal way. Some women experience depression during PMS, practicing Yoga can be one of the best remedies for it. Some of the poses, like Balasana, BaddhaKonasana, can even help you with the period cramps!
- Take more supplements - Using a good, chemical-free pad is helpful for external health but internal health can mess up a lot of things. Make sure to the vitamins and calcium. Consult a doctor if you experience a lot of discomfort before or during your periods. Taking more dairy products has been known to help tone down the effect of PMS.
- Cut down on alcohol, caffeine, and sweets – Cutting down sweets sound harder for most of the women because of the cravings. But substituting the unhealthy desserts with healthy alternatives like fruits, yoghurt, honey, etc. Caffeine can not only increase anxiety, depression, nervousness, and restlessness but it is also a contributor to the period cramps. Alcohol is a known depressant, which entails it should be avoided as much as possible. Eat more proteins to manage the cravings and staying strong.
- Manage Stress - Take out time to do what makes you happy. Paint, read, go out with friends, hit the gym, or just meditate. It is important to avoid stress in order to have a healthy, happy period.
Senitta believes in being bold forever because you are beautiful. If you are not able to deal with your extreme PMS or painful periods, it is recommended that you ask for help or take professional advice. Ask Dr.Senitta about all your periods related problems.
Your PMS can act as an indicator to your upcoming periods. Stay care free as Senitta provides you with a Dioxin-free, anti-rash, leak proof, and anti-bacterial pads with easy and convenient packaging for your healthy and comfortable periods.