Friday, April 17, 2015

Why can not 'know' yourself a few days before menstruation

Premenstrual syndrome includes a variety of symptoms such as mood disorder, stretching the breasts, the need to eat more than usual, lethargy, increased anxiety and depression.

Ass. dr. Memli Morina, mr. sci
-gynecologist - obstetrician
wire. 045725725
It is believed that only one of the four women did not experience at least one of the above complaints.
These symptoms can be predicted perceives and wife, but the physical and emotional changes of PMS can be the easiest of up very pronounced.
It is estimated that at least 85% of women have at least one symptom of PMS during the menstrual cycle. In most of these women, the symptoms are easy and affordable, and therefore do not require any treatment, but others (3-8%) are much more pronounced signs of PMS also called PMDD (premenstrual disforik disorder).
PMS occurs more often in women:
• 25 to 45
• Which have at least one child
in a family history • Have relatives with depression
• Have had earlier in life humorist disorder or bleeding after childbirth
Do not allow these problems to dictating your life! There are medications and changes to the way of life which help you to manage the signs and symptoms of PMS.
It is natural for a woman who suffers from premenstrual syndrome do these questions:
• What can I do to lessen or take away the signs of PMS?
• Are there signs of PMS likely to disappear spontaneously?
• These complaints I have not perhaps been warning for some more serious health condition?
• A recommended to receive treatment for PMS? What medicines can I take?
Signs and symptoms
List of signs and symptoms of PMS is long, but most women are just some of them:
• Emotional Changes
• Anxiety and worry
• Depression
• Boredom add that accompanied weeping
• mood changes, Irritability or restlessness
• Changes in appetite and need to eat constantly something
• Problems with sleeping
• Lack of access to socialize with people
• Focus sitting
Physical Changes
• Sore joints and muscles
• Headaches
• Fatigue
• weight gain associated with the collection of fluid in the body
• abdominal distension
• Strain the breasts
• Presentation of acne (acne)
• Constipation or diarrhea
In some women the physical and emotional concern that causes PMS is so great that affects daily activities. No matter how many can be expressed these concerns, they disappear within the first 3-4 days after the onset of menstruation.
Some women have expressed concerns so that occur regularly every month and this form of PMS called premenstrual disforike disorder (PMDD premenstrual dysphoric disorder).
If these complaints affect the smooth running of daily activities and if you can not manage then seek the help of a doctor.
Causes
exactly what causes premenstrual syndrome is not known, but it is known that several factors contribute to the emergence of PMS:
• cyclic hormonal changes - It is known that the signs and symptoms of PMS disappear during pregnancy and menopause (ie in periods when a woman does not no hormone production cycle)
• chemical changes in the brain - Availability depends on a hormone which is called serotonin. If no serotonin produced in sufficient quantity then favored the emergence of premenstrual depression, apathy, need to eat more and sleep problems.
• Depression - Some women with PMS have undiagnosed depression, although depression does not cause PMS.
During the medical examination, the doctor will ask certain questions (this is called history) as for example: how are pronounced symptoms, what days of the menstrual cycle these complaints are more pronounced, is there any day during the menstrual cycle when you do not have all complaints, whether anticipated the that these complaints will appear the following day, is there something that these characters makes bold or facilitates them when you have these signs are you so badly that I could not go to school / college / work and to perform daily activities, did you feel hopeless and depressed, or is someone in your family is diagnosed with a psychiatric problem, did you use any medication for this problem.
The doctor may also do some tests and may require you to mark on the calendar the days when you have these complaints and when they disappear, in relation to the menstrual cycle; this "diary" should keep for at least two consecutive menstrual cycles.
Symptoms and signs of PMS can be reduced if the change lifestyle:
• Eat more frequently and in smaller quantities to reduce the feeling of fryrit.
• Do not use salt and salty foods in order to reduce the amount of water in body.
• Eat more fruits, vegetables and cereal.
• Eat foods that have more calcium (can also get calcium supplements).
• Do not drink too much coffee and drink alcohol.
• Do not smoke!
• Walk at least 30 minutes per day. Besides walking can ride a bicycle, you can swim or to engage in aerobics. Regular physical exercise improve overall health and remove symptoms of PMS (such as depression and fatigue).
• Sleep enough.
• Try breathing exercises and muscle relaxation to reduce headaches, anxiety and insomnia.
• To reduce the stress try yoga and massage.
• Remember to note what the situation aggravate the problem and when the signs of PMS appear or disappear!
To alleviate the symptoms of PMS can help:
• Calcium - If you get 1,200 milligrams of calcium a day, can reduce the signs of PMS.
• Magnesium - If you take 360 mg of magnesium supplement every day, decrease the amount of fluid in the body, reduce the strain breasts, psychological and feeling low loads of fryrit.
• Vitamin E - reduces the production of prostaglandins that cause breast ngërqet and tension, therefore it is recommended to take 400 UI vitamin E per day.
• Acupuncture - Women who have tried acupuncture emphasize that PMS symptoms have been alleviated.
If changing the way of life does not help, then depending on how prevalent are the signs and symptoms of PMS doctor can give you the drugs. The efficacy of these drugs varies from one woman to another.
Drugs that are most commonly prescribed:
• antidepressants given to severe cases of PMS. These drugs can be used for a period of two weeks before menstruation.
• nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory such as brufeni or naproxen can be taken before menstruation. Reduce cramps and breast tension.
• diuretic given if the restriction of salt and salty foods had no effect.
• hormonal contraceptives inhibit ovulation, which in turn eases the symptoms of PMS.

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