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PMS Fighting Foods
Eat Avocado & Sardines, Chia seeds and turkey. Start eating them a few days before your period, they all contain Omega 3 fatty acids and so they naturally increase serotonin which makes you happy... Read more

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Yoga to help PMS
Focusing on your breathing in yoga is a great way to stabilize your mood, but some yoga poses can help you calm right down as well. Read more

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Clue App
A friend recommended this app to me and I am obsessed with it! It takes about 3 minutes to set up and gives you a really comprehensive look at your cycle, and helps you to track various PMS... Read more

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Milk and Yoghurt!
There have been many scientific studies linking a calcium- rich diet with a decrease in various PMS symptoms. Eat and drink calcium rich foods such as yoghurt, milk, cheese, sardines or spinach or... Read more

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Primrose Oil for PMS and hormone imbalance
take regularly, or especially as needed, for hormone imbalance and symptoms of PMS. Read more

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Eat Healthy Carbs to help PMS moods
Eating healthy carbs increases serotonin production, an important part of the good mood equation. Read more

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Eat cooling foods to help calm moods
Eat cooling foods such as cucumber, celery or watermelon. This will help calm irritability Read more

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Exercise helps ease PMS moods
Exercise is a great way to increase blood flow in your body as well as release nitric oxide, a very important neurotransmitter that affects the release of the other 3 neurotransmitters thus... Read more

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Aroma blend to help with PMS
Aromatherapy can be very beneficial for assisting period cramping, abdominal pains, reducing moodswings and irritability, easing headaches, tension and balancing... Read more

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For PMS Moodiness - Cut the Coffee
Coffee is a stimulate that increases the heat in your body, and in turn make you more firey. We would recommend you switch to a more cooling stimulant if you still need the morning boost. Try green... Read more

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Eat less salt
Make sure you are eating a balanced diet while limiting added salt to your food. Salt contributes to more bloating and water buildup in our bodies so limiting it will help you ease this PMS... Read more

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Follow these simple steps to help improve PMS
If you suffer from PMS try this steps and your symptoms should improve. Read more

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Natural treatments for PMS
PMS is all too frequently dismissed as something women should just put up with. But some women can experience severe PMS symptoms, to the point where work, relationships or home life are... Read more

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Magnesium to decrease Peroid Pain
Magnesium deficiency is super common especially if you have stress in your life (most of us;) and drink coffee (which depletes it). In some people low magnesium causes more painful peroid cramps... Read more

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Balance your hormones naturally, and reduce symptoms of PMS
PMS symptoms, heavy periods, cramps and blood clots are often a sign that your sex hormones are out of balance. In order to truly deal with the core root of the problem, and not just the symptoms... Read more

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Avoid spicy foods to help moodiness
Like coffee, spicy foods can make you extra irritable. When we say spicy, we mean chili peppers, hot sauce and black pepper. Read more

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