What we eat is directly connected to our health. Our mental well-being is also influenced by our diet. It is therefore logical that a healthy diet has a positive effect on our mood, which is often impaired by the premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
What is PMS? PMS (premenstrual syndrome) includes certain symptoms that may occur in women in the period between ovulation and menstruation. PMS includes symptoms such as pain, nausea and mood swings. It can occur in all fertile women.
The most common hormonal disorder in women of childbearing age is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The disease is predisposed and can occur to varying degrees due to environmental influences. Below you will find more information about the treatment options of this disease.