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8 at-home fixes for improving the luteal phase

Published on
25 Apr

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is the name given to a group of symptoms that occur during the luteal phase of our menstrual cycle (aka, the two weeks before our period). While everyone’s experience of PMS is different, it can include a wide range of physical, psychological, and behavioural symptoms

These symptoms usually disappear once our period begins, but can be severe enough to interfere with our daily lives, work, school, or relationships. The good news is that there are lots of at-home tricks for managing PMS symptoms. We’ll look at eight brilliant techniques for boosting your physical and mental health when the luteal phase gets us down. These can also be used to manage PMDD symptoms, but we always recommend speaking to your GP, too, if you’re struggling with symptoms or suspect you might have PMDD.

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