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Is there something you can take or do to stop or at least increase PMS?

A mix of cramps, bloating, and mood swings plagues 75 to 80 percent of U.S. women during the ten days or so before their periods. Luckily, taking a few simple steps during this time can help. Begin by eating four to six small meals a day – just break the diet into small mini-meals. This will help make you feel less cranky.
You may also want to cut back on caffeine and alcohol and if you tend to retain water, avoid salty foods. Calcium supplements may also help. In one study, women with moderate PMS who took 1,200 milligrams daily had their symptoms diminish by half. (You need to use the pills every day for three cycles to get the full effect.) Last, but not least aim for at least 15 to 20 minutes of aerobic exercise (rapid walking, bicycling, swimming) several times a week. You’ll feel less anxious, bloated, and crampy. Don’t forget to include a relaxation technique like meditation or yoga.

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