Walking away from premenstrual syndrome

Moderate aerobic exercise has been shown to improve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or premenstrual tension (PMT), by modifying cyclic hormone levels. In a recent study, estrogen and progesterone levels were monitored mid-cycle and during the premenstrual cycle in over 50 PMS sufferers, who either took up regular exercise or remained sedentary. After 24 weeks, the exercising women reported less menstrual pain and water retention, a decreased sense of loneliness, less crying and fewer skin blemishes. These findings correlated significantly and positively with reduced late luteal phase ovarian hormone levels, suggesting that we can briskly walk away from PMS and towards healthier hormone balance.1

For more detailed help with individual cases of premenstrual tension and to discover detailed protocols for this condition, please contact our professional Naturopathic Practitioner at:

A Natural Self,
A Naturopathy Clinic
Dana Kington
Naturopath
244 South Tce
South Fremantle, 6162
Perth

At this natural clinic, you will find all the latest technology, such as Toxicity and Heavy Metal Testing, Live Blood Analysis (Hemaview), and Iridology. We also treat with all forms of Natural Medicine with the nutritional supplementation of Homeopathy, Western Herbs, Chinese Medicine, Vitamins, Minerals, Amino acids and Enzyme Therapy.

Reference

  1. 1. Stoddard JL, et al. Exercise training effects on premenstrual distress and ovarian steroid hormones. EurJAppPhys.