Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 8 years ago • 3 min read

With premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is called in each menstrual cycle occurring, extremely complex problems in women who have four days to two weeks before the onset of menstruation using and after the menopause often disappear. About one-third to one half of all women of childbearing age suffers from premenstrual syndrome one, women all over the front of the thirtieth year of life.

The symptoms before menstruation image

• The most common mental and psychosocial hardships before menstruation are internal restlessness and tension, including restlessness, nervousness, irritability, occasional aggression and emotional liability, depression and loss of power. Sometimes one hears of "dark thoughts" and a tendency to abnormal reactions (such as shoplifting or uncontrolled emotional acts).

• When physical symptoms it is above all feelings of tension in the chest to the stomach and intestinal complaints, edema (retention of tissue water), headaches, dizziness, nausea, cross and back pain, heart palpitations and skin changes. • This is the symptoms as premenstrual syndrome is the most common complaints, but in a more or less regular mood disorder and therefore not really morbid (although it can affect performance even occasionally and quality of life).

The premenstrual dysphonic disorder

• Something else is the so-called premenstrual dysphonic disorder. This, as it increased premenstrual symptoms is now officially recognized as a disease. The suffering speaks for itself: • Mental and psychosocial disorders: joyless, resigned, depressed, anxious, even desperate, and also remember konzentrationsgestört, disinterested, sometimes energized, tired, dull and depressed, and easily exhaustible, so completely powerless. Or not only tense, but soon terrified, excited and aggressive. Sometimes even both together, that is dull and nervous-excited at the same time. The premenstrual dysphonic disorder

• Something else is the so-called premenstrual dysphonic disorder. This, as it increased premenstrual symptoms is now officially recognized as a disease. The suffering speaks for itself: • Mental and psychosocial disorders: joyless, resigned, depressed, anxious, even desperate, and also remember konzentrationsgestört, disinterested, sometimes energized, tired, dull and depressed, and easily exhaustible, so completely powerless. Or not only tense, but soon terrified, excited and aggressive. Sometimes even both together, that is dull and nervous-excited at the same time. This is particularly unpleasant to painful. • And through all the increased power losses and, in particular interpersonal conflicts. • Physical ways in appetite or ravenous hunger, unexplained craving certain foods, and then corresponding weight gain after. lung in den In addition, sleep disorders, contact hypersensitivity, head pressure, joint and muscle pain, tension in the chest, Flüssigkeitsansamm treatment in the tissues including.

Mental and psychosocial factors

• Especially one with predominantly psychological symptoms and psychosocial hardships course offers varied explanations at the psychological level, even if it ultimately is a biological event. Apparently there is no conclusive evidence that premenstrual dysphonic syndrome such fires in a decisive way by any psychological factors. • In particular, it is difficult to prove conclusively, even with "suppressed conflicts in the context of the female role in understanding" why should the whole play is only as short and clenched, appears to have no psychological significance before and after the menstrual period, however. • The same applies to the question: fertile or not (terms: fertile or infertile). Also found so far no specific personality type or even an appropriate neurotic or personality disorder that could bring these hormonal changes linked together. • Therefore, other influencing factors were investigated, namely, age, social class, education, type of occupation, birth experience, etc. But all could be derived from any conclusive findings.

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