7 Ways to Help PMS and Menopausal Symptoms Naturally 

You are not destined to feel uncomfortable and miserable! We’ve all been there. It’s that  time of the month and our bodies  (and brains) seem to go haywire. We suffer many symptoms like breast tenderness, bloat, terrible cramps, and emotional warfare. The truth is you are not destined to live that way! 

Let's dive into 7 ways you can combat PMS and menopause symptoms naturally!

Before diving in, we need to know

During your monthly cycle, your hormones naturally fluctuate. A shift in these hormones can lead to both physical and emotional symptoms including: regulation of mood, sleep cycle, and appetite.  Low levels of dopamine are linked to feelings of sadness and go hand in hand with higher serotonin levels which are linked to depression, both commonly related to PMS.

What is causing your symptoms?

When estrogen is out of balance,  it can also trigger fluid retention resulting in bloating, breast tenderness, and migraines.  Out-of-balance estrogen levels  can cause heavy periods, fibroids,  and endometriosis.

Contributors to  Hormone Imbalances:

• Chronic stress

• An imbalanced diet

• Foods that contain hormone

• Autoimmune issues

• Birth control pills

• Traditional Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

• Environmental toxins

• Inflammation

So, what can we do?

Eat a hormone and blood sugar-balancing diet. This diet should be rich in quality protein, fiber, nutrients, and healthy fats.

1. Eat Better

Avoid processed foods, damaged  fats, excess caffeine and alcohol,  and foods high in sugars and  simple carbohydrates. Try cutting out dairy and consider eliminating other common allergens for a few months, especially gluten.

2. Avoid Certain Foods

Could your hormones be the reason for stubborn weight, mood swings,  hot flashes, etc? 

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Use the BeBalanced Natural Hormone Balancing Creams, Pro-Plus and Soothe Stress. By using the BeBalanced creams together, your body will have the building blocks it needs to balance  your hormones naturally.

3. Pay Attention To What You Are Putting On Your Body

Try adding a magnesium  supplement such as our professional grade BeRegular supplement.  Magnesium has been shown to help support digestion, balance mood, calm nerves, and help with headaches and migraines.

4. Check Your  Magnesium Intake

Drink at least half of your body weight in ounces of water daily. Proper hydration will keep  bloating and cravings at bay  as well as support proper energy levels and bowel movements.

5. Drink Water

Research shows that adding Omega-3 fatty acids to your diet reduces common PMS symptoms such as depression, anxiety, bloating, tender breasts, headaches, and breakouts.

6. Add Omega Essential Oils to Your Diet

Practicing daily relaxation techniques is beneficial in all areas of your life, including hormone balance. Take a hot bath at night, get a massage, go for a walk, try yoga, practice deep breathing or meditation.

7. Manage Stress

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