Overcoming this monthly inconvenient is something that every woman has to do, but the symptoms are diverse and there is no clear pattern.
They can range from sore breasts, constipation, diarrhea or bloating, to more subtle ones such as backaches and headaches.
This doesn’t mean that the pain and discomfort are any less intense and the fact that during this time of the month it is virtually impossible to concentrate on pretty much anything, only makes things worse.
When you have a menstrual period, the uterus contracts in an effort to aid in pushing out the lining. Hormone-like substances called prostaglandins, known to cause inflammation and pain, are famous for triggering uterine muscle contractions.
To relieve menstrual cramps, try these reflex points and this will shift a lot and your whole approach to your body while your PMS will change, for the better.