Premenstrual syndromePremenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition that affects pretty much all woman’s emotions, physical health, and behavior during certain days of the menstrual cycle, generally just before her menses.
PMS is a very common condition. Its symptoms affect more than 90 percent of menstruating women. It can impair some aspect of your life, and if you are severly effected by it, get your doctor to diagnose you.
Symptoms of PMSA woman’s menstrual cycle lasts an average of 28 days.
The symptoms of PMS are usually mild or moderate. Nearly 82 percent of women report one or more symptom that does not substantially affect daily life.
Symptoms of PMS may include:
Anxiety, Bloating, Brain fog, Breast tenderness, Burnt out, Constipation, Cramps, Decreased appetite, Depression, Diarrhoea, Dizziness, Dry mucous membranes, Eczema, Emotional, Fast heartbeat, Fatigue, Fever, Hair loss, Headache, High blood pressure, Hot flash, Impure skin, Increased appetite, Increased libido, Indigestion, Insomnia, Irregular menstruation, Joint pain, Loss of libido, Low blood pressure, Mood swings, Night sweat, Painful menstruation, Salt cravings, Sensitivity to cold, Sleep apnea, Sugar cravings, Tearfulness, Weight gain
Start your hormonal cycle log
Start tracking your mood, hormonal symptoms, sleep, weight and medication consumption to see a patternStart here
What can you track?
Track your everyday moods, symptoms, sleep, menstruation, weight and medication to be able to see a pattern.
You can track your mood every day, in order to help identify patterns in how your mood varies. Get a full overview of your mood swings
Track your hormonal symptoms like Hot flash, Headache and Unrest. You may record as many symptoms as needed, and post to your symptom journal quickly
Tracking your sleep patterns may help you discover what's keeping you awake - or waking you - at night. Get an overview of your sleep enhancement progress
To track your menstrual cycle, you will be able to see how your hormonal balance affects your periods. This will help you if you want to improve your fertility
Keeping an eye on your weight is important as it might be a sign of hormonal imbalance. When your hormones fluctuate, so does your weight. Estrogen levels affect your weight, particularly around menopause.
The body regulates the hormone levels in the body and it can be influenced by factors such as medication consumption. Medication affects your hormonal balance in many ways, and might be usefull to keep track on.