Did period get you on edge? You’re not alone. Although you may hear less about it than cramps and bloating, anxiety is a hallmark symptom of PMS.
Anxiety can take different forms, but it often includes:
√ Excessive worrying
Premenstrual syndrome is a combination of physical and psychiatric symptoms that occur during the luteal phase of your cycle. The luteal phase begins after ovulation and ends when you get your period, typically lasting about 2 weeks.
You can do several things to lessen premenstrual anxiety and other PMS symptoms, most of which involve changes to your lifestyle and diet.
Simply knowing that your anxiety is tied to your menstrual cycle can help you better equip yourself to deal with your symptoms as they arise.
Things that can help to keep anxiety in check include:
-Using healthy products like the leak proof Pretty Panty
-Diet: Eat carbs (seriously)
-Vitamins: Calcium and vitamin B-6 can reduce the physical and psychological symptoms of PMS