I always get lots of complaints from different women that nausea makes them sick during premenstrual syndrome. This can’t be surprising for me as I know that the body during PMS is vulnerable to a lot of activators of nausea attacks. More surprising fact for me would be that not all women have nausea these days. The reasons for developing it are diversified, the major being the swing of the body in the sex hormones production. Don’t be surprised, ladies, both estrogen and progesterone are connected with nausea. Also a rare stomach will endure all those headaches, bloating, cramps and dizzy spells.
However, the good thing for you is that duration of nausea attacks during premenstrual syndrome never lingers. I hardly met few women in my life experiencing nausea for more than one day during PMS.
I would like to give you some advice on how to cope with this unpleasant thing. The age-old remedy for it is… ginger. You may try it in cooking or as a supplement. Nibbling on ginger cookies after nausea strikes will also be useful in order to address sugar cravings during PMS. Calcium can also be used for reducing cramping and nausea, as it has a soothing effect on intestinal tract and stomach. So you can try to increase your calcium levels before PMS by eating dairy foods like yogurts and drinking plenty of milk. If you don’t like milk, you can turn to an alternative way – taking calcium as a supplemental.
If my advice can’t help and you still suffer each month from nausea waves for a couple of days, then just consult your doctor and ask for a stronger alternative, which is anti-sickness medication prescription. When you find the aid that works for you, take it and enjoy every single day of your life forgetting about monthly unpleasant feelings of nausea during PMS.