Relaxed even between the days: PMS Balance - especially for women with PMS symptoms
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PMS Balance with essential micronutrients, some of which have a major impact on your body's hormone balance and can therefore help keep it in balance.
PMS Balance wurde zur Minimierung von PMS-Beschwerden entwickelt wie
- Hormonelles Ungleichgewicht
- Water retention
- impure skin
- Circulatory problems
- Abdominal pain
- Underuse pressure sensation
- Diarrhea / constipation
Do you also suffer from PMS? You can support your body in dealing with premenstrual syndrome. Essential micronutrients play a particularly important role here, some of which have a great influence on your body's hormone balance and can therefore help to keep it in balance.
Many women suffer from their periods. We're talking about so-called premenstrual syndrome (PMS for short). This is actually not a rarity, but is estimated to occur in up to 80 percent of all women of childbearing age. Both the severity of the symptoms and the duration of premenstrual syndrome vary greatly from woman to woman.
To take this into account and help you deal with premenstrual syndrome, we have developed a special PMS formula. This consists of natural ingredients that can also have a positive effect on PMS treatment.
The PMS symptoms that occur are varied and are divided into physical and psychological symptoms. Due to the variety of symptoms, most women develop only part of the symptoms. It is quite common that some women are more prone to physical symptoms, while others are more prone to psychological symptoms. In the worst case, you will unfortunately get a mixture of both symptom spectrums. It is therefore all the more important that you know the typical PMS symptoms.
Physical symptoms in premenstrual syndrome
Let's start with the particularly common physical symptoms that can haunt you. Do you know this? Just before your period, your appetite and eating behavior goes absolutely crazy? Then it is most likely an effect of premenstrual syndrome. This has an enormous influence on appetite and digestion.
The spectrum of symptoms here ranges from weight gain (mainly due to water retention) to cravings and bloating to nausea and the development of flatulence. Other physical signs such as chest pain or tightness in the chest are also possible symptoms.
This is often due to a hormonally induced retention of water in the breast tissue. Also typical are headaches, which usually occur in the middle of the head. In some women, the headaches even develop into migraines including sensitivity to light and noise. In addition, there are other physical PMS symptoms such as:
- impure skin
- Hot flashes
- Back pain
- Circulatory problems
- Abdominal pain
- Underuse pressure sensation
In most cases, it does not remain with physical symptoms. They are often accompanied by a variety of psychological symptoms. According to surveys, affected women often feel more irritable, more quickly overwhelmed and more worried before the onset of their period. The feeling of loss of control and faster fatigue, along with a greater need for sleep, are also very common.
In rarer cases, the known mood swings are much more severe and can even develop into depressive moods. Typical psychological symptoms of premenstrual syndrome are furthermore:
- Hyperactivity unexplained mood swings
- Insomnia and sleep disorders
- difficulty concentrating
- inner restlessness
- Lack of interest
- Tendency to greater anxiety
- depressive moods
- Irritability and sudden fits of anger
Even though the ultimate cause of premenstrual syndrome has still not been clarified down to the last detail, medical experts agree on one point: hormones are mainly responsible. First and foremost - who would have thought it - are the female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone.
The hormonal change before menstruation leads to all kinds of changes in the body, which affect the water and electrolyte balance, among other things. Both factors trigger physical complaints in particular. Since these influences on hormone levels also upset other hormones, such as the happiness hormone serotonin, various psychological symptoms also occur. In addition, there are other factors that can contribute to the development of premenstrual syndrome:
- increased nicotine consumption
- Too low melatonin level in the blood
- Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland)
- Problems in the relationship
- Too little movement
- unhealthy diet
- Use of (some) hormonal contraceptives
- Disorders of the autonomic nervous system
- family burden
- mental illnesses (especially depression and depressive mood)
According to the wide range of symptoms and the profound causes, you can at least get relief through many steps.
In this context, doctors refer to smoking, obesity, an unbalanced diet, and lack of sleep and exercise, for example, as major risk factors that support the development of pronounced symptoms. The recipe for success could therefore be roughly summarized as follows:
- Stop smoking.
- Try to reduce any existing excess weight.
- Change your diet to a balanced diet with lots of protein and vegetables.
- Sleep regularly for at least 6 to 8 hours a day.
- Get enough exercise in your daily life.
- Exercise three times a week for at least 45 minutes each time.
- Monk's Pepper: Each serving of our PMS formula contains 20 mg of monk's pepper. Studies have shown that, among other things, the essential oil contained in monk's pepper, together with the substances aucubin and agnuside, has a regulating effect on hormone balance.
- Ginkgo biloba: The ginkgo is a tree species native to China, but now cultivated worldwide. Due to its special properties, various ginkgo extracts have been used in Asian medicine for centuries. Again, studies show that ginkgo biloba has a positive influence on PMS symptoms.
- iron: In the human organism, the trace element iron is involved in numerous processes, including oxygen transport. A newly published study suggests that sufficient iron intake may protect against severe PMS symptoms.
- Folic acid: Folic acid is also one of the B vitamins. The substance, also known as vitamin B9, cannot be produced by the body itself and is therefore vital, as it contributes to the regulation of the iron and vitamin balance.
- Biotin: The substance biotin belongs to the B vitamins that are particularly important for humans and is also known as vitamin B7. As a component of the prosthetic group, it plays an important role in enzyme metabolism.
- Vitamin D: Not for nothing is the "sun vitamin" also known as the "happiness vitamin. After all, vitamin D not only strengthens our immune system, but is also indispensable for the production of happiness hormones. This is also the reason why a sufficient vitamin D intake strengthens mental well-being, counteracts chronic fatigue and can eliminate concentration problems in PMS.
- Magnesium: Magnesium plays a decisive role in human energy metabolism. It also affects the transmission of stimuli between nerves and muscles. A sufficient supply can therefore counteract symptoms such as fatigue.
- Calcium: Calcium is the most important mineral for us humans in terms of quantity. After all, it is also responsible for the stability of bones and teeth. Scientific studies currently provide weak evidence that calcium intake can alleviate the discomfort caused by premenstrual syndrome.
- Zinc: Zinc is one of the vital trace elements that our body cannot produce itself. As such, it is not only important for healthy bones, hair, skin and nails. Zinc is also essential for the eyes, the liver and a balanced hormone balance.
- Vitamin K2
- 100% vegan
4 capsules, daily from ovulation for 5 to 7 days.
Daily from ovulation - 4 capsules
120 Kapseln, 30 Portionen
Ascorbinsäure, Calciumcarbonat, Cholecalciferol (Vit. D3), Eisensulfat, Ginkgo Biloba-Extrakt, Kapselhülle (Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose), Menachinon (Vit. K2), Mönchspfeffer-Extrakt, Pyridoxin Hydrochlorid, Zinkcitrat, D-Biotin, DL-alpha-Tocopherylacetat, Magnesiumcarbonat, Pteroylmonoglutaminsäure, Thiaminmononitrat
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