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Periodic Constipation: Finding Relief


Published January 5, 2018

When hormones fluctuate, they can take you on a roller coaster ride of different emotions and physical feelings. Women tend to experience this phenomenon more than men—and can sometimes deal with it better since they know what to expect. But knowing what’s coming doesn’t make it any more comfortable. From the time women get their first period until the time they hit menopause, many of them get hit with PMS symptoms, ranging from mild to severe, every single month. From the back pain and breakouts to bloating and mood swings, PMS can present itself in numerous forms that can make everyday living more difficult. One of the least talked about but common symptoms of PMS is constipation, which can occur when the body produces more progesterone during ovulation. Consuming extra leafy greens and other forms of fiber is one effective way to help relieve the discomfort of constipation during PMS, but there are others. Read more…

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