Premenstrual Syndrome, aka PMS, is never fun. All you want to do is lie in bed and watch movies while stuffing your face with chocolate and potato chips. We’ve all been there.
But your daily duties don’t stop when you have cramps, so what are some things you can do to alleviate PMS symptoms?
So water isn’t technically a food. However, hydrating can prevent acne onset by hormonal changes and alleviate bloating. If you’re getting enough water, your body won’t retain liquids, which is key to keeping you comfortable.
Greens, greens, and more greens
Leafy green vegetables are a great source of calcium,