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PMS- (Please Make It Simple)


Dear Periods,

You Complete me.


Thanking you,

A proud woman.


Out of 5 it is surveyed that 4 women go through this phase every month. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is also known as ovarian cycle syndrome or premenstrual tension. Premenstrual syndrome has variety of symptoms like mood swings, restlessness, tender breasts, food cravings, depression, muscle pain and many more, study says there are 150 symptoms of PMS and these symptoms vary from person to person. 

Pms symptoms

And it is completely fine to feel that way, get hyper, expect to pamper, get mad at silly things because all these things are your body’s way of reacting to periods.

Premenstrual Syndrome is estimated to start 5 to 10 days before your menstruation cycle begins and just goes like once your menstruation begins.

According to the journal American Family Physician, on and around 80% of women face more than one symptom that does not really affects daily functioning. Around 32% of women claim to suffer moderate to severe symptoms and around 3-8% of women face premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) issues.

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder is a state where PMS gets severe, and this definitely affects your daily functioning and this is the time you should visit to the doctor.

Pms struggle

What causes PMS?

During the second half of the menstrual cycle, the female hormone (progesterone) level shoots up and as soon as the menstrual cycle begins the female hormone (progesterone) and estrogen which is another female hormone both together drops down. These changes in hormones cause PMS symptoms.


Premenstrual Syndrome changes along with the age, it may get worse in the later stage of the 30s or 40s and result in menopause, and menopause is a stage after which your menstrual cycle gets stopped.

 Tips for how to treat your PMS

Nutrition and lifestyle changes should be the first and foremost step to be taken.

        Consider whole grains in your diet, as whole grains help to keep the blood sugar level stable, and by doing this your cravings will stay under control and will prevent mood swings which are associated with PMS.

        Cut down on sodium by avoiding food which is salty. Cutting down sodium will help control stomach bloating.

        Reduce on caffeine intake, it will help you feel less tense.

        Most important hydrate as much as you can.


Hydration drink

Minerals and vitamins that you could count on?


Certain Minerals and Vitamins are really important to count in for our daily supplementation. During periods, we lose blood from our body, so it is important to fuel the body with supplements rich in vitamins and minerals.


According to the study, Calcium helps reducing PMS Symptoms like cravings, depression, and fatigue wherein Vitamin B6 helps in reducing restlessness, mood swings, bloating and anxiety. Magnesium helps to prevent from serious issues (if you face any) for example like a migraine.


Fast&Up Fortify is India’s favorite effervescent range of nutrition. Fortify will satisfy the demand of all the three areas. Fortify will serve you with the highest amount of elemental calcium. Magnesium content in it will save you from cramps.


Fortify basically takes care of your complete bone health.


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You shouldn’t be ashamed of it, feel proud that you bleed!


 Calcium supplements for women


Isha Samtani

-Expert and Writer

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