By Helen Sanders
If you had to name one cause of mood-swings in women, what instantly comes into your mind?
Would you be surprised if I said foods can determine the way you feel?
Believe me it’s true, what we eat can affect our hormone levels and it’s no secret they play a big part in controlling our emotions.
This can be particularly poignant at sensitive times of the month. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) also impacts hormone levels. Feelings of anxiety, sadness, and irritability are all familiar mood-swings experienced because of this.
You may not be able to change the fact you are going to have a period, but you can control the intensity of symptoms.
I would like to share with you seven mood-swing inducing foods you should try to avoid to give you some relief and make PMS a little easier to cope with.