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PMS is a collection of symptoms caused by hormonal changes associated with a cycle time of ovulation (release an egg from the ovary) and menstrual. Syndrome will disappear when menstruation begins until a few days after menstruation.

Cause of this syndrome is unclear. Some theory is partly because of hormonal factors namely the imbalance between the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Another theory says, because of excessive estrogen. The researchers reported, one possibility that is now being investigated is the existence of genetic differences in receptor sensitivity and carrier systems that convey the message of sex hormones in the cell expenditures. Another possibility, is associated with disturbances of feelings, psychological factors, social problems, or serotonin function experienced by patients.

The syndrome is usually more readily occur in women who are more sensitive to hormonal changes in the menstrual cycle. However there are several factors that increase your risk for STDs. First, women who have given birth (PMS more weight after giving birth some children, especially when it had experienced a pregnancy with complications such as toksima). Second, marital status (married women experience PMS more than that yet). Third, age (STDs more frequently and interfere with age, especially between ages 30-45 years). Fourth, the stress (stress factors aggravate PMS disorders).

Fifth, diet (high-factor eating habits such as sugar, salt, coffee, tea, chocolate, sodas, dairy products, processed food, aggravate the symptoms of PMS). Sixth, the lack of nutrients such as lack of vitamin B (especially B6), vitamin E, vitamin C, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, linoleic fatty acids. Smoking and drinking alcohol can also aggravate the symptoms of PMS. Seventh, physical activity (lack of exercise and physical activity led to increasingly heavy STDs).

Types and symptoms
PMS type variety. Dr. Guy E. Abraham, gynecologists and obstetrics from the Faculty of Medicine, UCLA, USA, shares the PMS by PMS symptoms ie type A, H, C and D. Eighty percent of PMS disorders including type A. Patients with type H of about 60%, 40% PMS C, and D 20% PMS. Sometimes a woman experiences a combination of symptoms, such as type A and D simultaneously.

Each type has their own symptoms. PMS type A (anxiety), characterized by symptoms such as anxiety, sensitive, nervous tension, feelings of instability. Even some women experience mild to moderate depression while before getting their period. These symptoms arise from an imbalance of estrogen and progesterone hormones: estrogen is too high compared with the hormone progesterone. Of the hormone progesterone is sometimes done to reduce symptoms, but some researchers say, in patients with PMS may be deficiency of vitamin B6 and magnesium. A PMS sufferers should consume a lot of fibrous foods and reduce or limit coffee.

PMS type H (hyperhydration) have symptoms of edema (swelling), abdominal bloating, pain in breasts, swollen hands and feet, increase in body weight prior to menstruation. Symptoms of this type can also be felt in conjunction with other types of STDs. Swelling that occurs due to water gathering on the network outside the cell (extracellular) because of the high intake of salt or sugar in the diet of the patient. Diuretic drug administration to reduce the retention (accumulation) of water and sodium in the body only reduce symptoms. To prevent this symptom sufferers are encouraged to reduce intake of salt and sugar in diet foods and drinks daily limit.

PMS type C (craving) is marked by a hunger to consume sweet foods (usually brown) and simple carbohydrates (usually sugars). In general, approximately 20 minutes after eating large amounts of sugar, hypoglycemia symptoms such as fatigue, palpitations, headaches that are sometimes unconscious. Hypoglycemia caused by spending increases insulin in the body. Feel like eating sweet foods may be caused by stress, high salt in the diet food, non-fulfillment of essential fatty acids (omega 6), or a lack of magnesium.

PMS type D (depression) is marked by symptoms of depression, like crying, weakness, sleep disturbances, forgetfulness, confusion, difficult in words (verbalization), and even the occasional curious suicide or attempted suicide. Usually, PMS type D coincides with the PMS type A, only about 3% of the PMS type selururh really pure type D.

PMS type D purely caused by hormone imbalance of progesterone and estrogen, where the hormone progesterone in the menstrual cycle is too high compared to the hormone estrogen. Combination PMS type D and type A can be caused by several factors, stress, lack of amino acid tyrosine, the absorption and retention of lead in the body, or a lack of magnesium and B vitamins (especially B6). Increase consumption of foods containing vitamin B6 and magnesium may help overcome PMS type D interference that occurs in conjunction with PMS type A.

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