Premenstrual syndrome is a condition and abnormal phenomenon that occurs before menstruation in women, and its impact and harm to women are also serious. It is necessary to pay attention to cooking and moderating methods.
The hazards of premenstrual syndrome
1. Headache and migraine: This is because the pressure generated by the accumulation of water in the skull and sinuses causes headaches. Migraine often occurs during menstruation and is related to an increase in estrogen levels before menstruation.
2. Edema: Edema, many women gain weight. There is a possibility of swelling in the hands, feet, and stomach, with some women experiencing gum swelling and filling the fundus and vertebrae with water. The latter causes back pain.
3. Breast swelling and pain: related to the imbalance of estrogen/pregnancy hormone ratio. Breast swelling may be caused by the secretion of prolactin by the pituitary gland, which accelerates hormone secretion.
4. Long pimples: Decreased estrogen secretion leads to the production of sebum (which is produced by the subcutaneous adipose layer). Due to a decrease in hormone secretion before menstruation, the skin is prone to allergies and becomes rough. The increase in oil secretion increases the probability of acne.
5. Emotional depression: Unlike diseases, PMS causes emotional depression, which disappears as soon as the physiological day begins. This may be due to a decrease in estrogen levels and the production of serotonin in the brain. Both substances can change emotions.
6. Fatigue: Although some women are physically excited, most women feel tired and lack concentration due to unstable blood sugar levels.
7. Likes to eat: Usually, women enjoy eating before their physiology, especially sweet foods. This is because during this period, women need to consume 500 calories per day, which is 30% more than usual. In order to meet the additional demand for calories, many women eat foods with high sugar content such as chocolate.
Behavior that exacerbates premenstrual syndrome
Women's involvement in premenstrual syndrome is not only due to physical factors, but also closely related to lifestyle and stress. Due to the unstable period of premenstrual period, daily insignificant behaviors have a significant impact on premenstrual syndrome, with the following four common behaviors.
1. Fighting with Boyfriends: Early stage MM's are more likely to attack their half than close friends and colleagues who argue. Both parties not only cannot make themselves stronger, but eventually they become very irritable. However, after the argument, they become impulsive and regret, and ultimately their mood tends to decline, making it difficult to recover. In order to avoid being irritable and regretful, it is important to avoid conflicts with your boyfriend, so preventing the future is crucial.