Do you have PMS?
Menstiums comprehensive formula has ingredients that have been clinically proven to help with PMS. The studies on these individual ingredients revealed the following benefits:
- Reduced irritability
- Helpful with cramps
- Improved calcium absorption
- Clinical trials on chasteberry showed a reduction in breast pain and tenderness, edema (swelling), constipation, irritability, depressed mood, anger, and headache.
What is PMS?
Hormonal dysfunction is found to be the cause of many menstrual complaints, the most prominent being premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
PMS is a collection of symptoms occurring during the second half of the menstrual cycle, becoming progressively worse, interfering with family, social, an work related activities, and generally ending with the onset of menstrual flow.
There are dozens of uncomfortable and painful symptoms of PMS, and their appearance may occur from a few days before menstruation begins to several weeks before bleeding starts. Some women with PMS tend to have relatively high levels of estrogen coupled with relatively low levels of progesterone. This estrogen-progesterone balance is critical to most of the health problems outlined on this webpage.
Other factors associated with PMS are diet, obesity, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and an imbalance in hormone-like compounds called eicosanoids (which may be corrected with dietary and supplement alterations).
How does Menstium help?
Specific vitamins and minerals are required for the production and utilization of regulatory hormones responsible for the menstrual cycle. The negative symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) are frequently caused by deficiencies of these supplements.
Therefore, your first choice in home treatment should be to add nutritional supplements like Menstium to a healthy diet.
There are many therapies for PMS, so make sure you consult your doctor before starting any treatment protocol. But, if you are looking for a natural alternative to hormone therapy and SSRI's, Menstium can effectively help you deal with the many specific symptoms associated with PMS.