Stress for Women: How to Ditch PMS -- for Good
Bloat. Mood swings. Stress. Pimples: Just a few of the less-than-welcome health symptoms of premenstrual syndrome. Send them packing with these six strategies
Reach for EOne of the most common -- yet painful -- symptoms of PMS is breast tenderness. Sometimes, it even hurts to just touch (think, put on a bra). But, according to a study from the Mayo Clinic, taking 600 IU of vitamin E daily (all month long) can reduce the discomfort, in addition to having a protective effect on your cardiovascular system.
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