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PMS: Premenstrual Syndrome – HEALTH & HEALTHY COMPLETE LIVING
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PMS: Premenstrual Syndrome

PMS: Premenstrual Syndrome

I am going through PSM right now and I don’t like it at all. PMS is Premenstrual syndrome, is a group of physical and emotional symptoms that occur during the late luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. I’m thinking of giving into my cravings of sugar and pastries, but when I think about what that could do to me on a second thought. I won’t even consider giving in. In the past what I normally do is bake assorted pasties like cookies, scones, meat pie and cake. I sit down and eat until I’m full of it. That was how I binge for over the year. All these pastries are very sweet and addictive too.  I am happy that I don’t sit and eat all these anymore, but I still crave a lot. The most important and exciting thing now is that I make better choices like having a bowl of chicken soup and eating my homemade oat biscuit.

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