PMS Remedies: How I Got Rid of Bloating, Moodiness, and Sore Breasts Before Periods

Premenstrual Syndrome is so common these days that it’s almost considered normal, but it’s not fun at all when you’re forced to turn into an angry weepy witch every single month. Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to eliminate those dreaded PMS symptoms.

I tried all of these things and I haven’t had any PMS at all for the last three cycles. This is the first time in my life. I’m amazed! That’s why I decided to share the tips with you ASAP, so that you can hopefully set yourself free from PMS; too.

Things I mentioned in the video:

Thanks so much for watching!

Simply yours,
Vita xx

P.S. I’m not a doctor. I’m simply sharing my own experience and what worked for me. Before trying anything, do your own research and make informed decisions.

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Comments

  1. I read your entry on PMS. Did you take potassium chloride? and if so , how much? So glad you are feeling better.

  2. How much KCl did you take? Are you still PMS free?

  3. You mentioned a study using potassium and I was wondering if you got any directions on what to do from it, or you just heard about it and took K on your own? And is KCl the only source you have access to?

  4. Hi,
    Did you actually read the study or did you take your info from the summary of the study on that link? Mind my asking what your potassium levels were? And if you have had it rechecked? You are welcome to email me if you would prefer.

    • No, I didn’t read the whole study because the summary gave me all the info I needed to know. I’ve tested my levels a few times and they were between 3.68 and 3.88 without potassium supplementation, and 4.30 with supplementation. All women on my mom’s side have an issue with potassium loss and all have to take potassium. My mum, for example, starts getting symptoms when her potassium falls below 4.30 (the bottom of the range is 3.50). Hope this answers all your questions. xx

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