Guy scream

It’s not him, it’s you.

It’s nothing new that women from all over the world go through PMS every single month. That involves mood swings, anxiety, breast tenderness, sugar cravings and the worst of them all– the infamous stomach cramp that seems to feel like Satan making its way out from the inside of your tummy.

And yet, for years, women have been accepting of that. Look, it’s bad enough having to involuntarily bleed every month. We women don’t need any more than that and we no longer have to go through it. Neither do men.

So, here are FIVE drug-less ways to cure PMS for good:
(Something drug companies don’t want you to find out)

1. Eat clean


If they come in a can, they belong in a can — thrash can.

What shouldn’t go through your pie hole:
Flour, sugar, processed food, caffeine, alcohol, dairy, gluten

What should go through your pie hole:
High protein food, fibre, omega-3 fats, organic food

On the side note, you should remember to eat everything in moderation.

2. Take supplements


PMS symptoms will be eased when your metabolic function is intact. For that to happen, you’d need to consider taking the following supplements:

Magnesium citrate or glycinate — Take 400 to 600 mg a day.
Calcium citrate — Take 600 mg a day.
Vitamin B6 — Take 50 to 100 mg a day along with 800 mcg of folate and 1,000 mcg of vitamin B12.
Evening primrose oil — Take two 500mg capsules twice a day.
EPA/DHA (omega 3 fats) — Take 1,000 mg once or twice a day.
Taurine — Take 500 mg a day to help liver detoxification.
Daily multivitamin (all the nutrients work together)

And if you’re not much of a pill-junkie, go with the following herbs and phytonutrients:

Chasteberry fruit extract can help balance the hormones released by the pituitary gland that control your overall hormone function.

Wild yam and cramp bark can help regulate cycles and relieve menstrual cramps.

Dandelion root can help with liver detoxification and works as a diuretic.

Isoflavones from soy, red clover, or kudzu root improve estrogen detoxification by boosting the activity of specific detox enzymes. They can be taken as supplements or consumed in the diet.

Flax seeds contain lignans that help balance hormone metabolism and block the negative effects of excess estrogens.

3. Move that lazy bum


No matter how much you watch after what you eat but if you don’t exercise, your effort will be wasted. Exercising is crucial in balancing hormones. Aim for 30 minutes of daily exercise.

4 .De-stress


With how the world works today, it is almost impossible not to be stressed out. So do whatever it is that you can to alleviate it such as taking a hot bath at night, getting a massage, doing yoga, learn deep breathing or meditating.

5. Seek for other therapies


If all else fails, you might want to consider other therapies such as acupuncture and homeopathy. One clinical trial showed that individualized homeopathy was effective and there were five homeopathic medicines used:

⦁ Lachesis
⦁ Natrum muriaticum
⦁ Nux vomica
⦁ Pulsatilla
⦁ Sepia


And just like that, you’re sane all year. Yay you!

Drug-less Ways To Not Be A Monster That Time Of The Month
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