Collection: Premenstrual Symptoms Gummmies

Our sugar-free PMS gummies are food supplements specially adapted to the female cycle. Formulated with Chasteberry, Lemon Balm and Vitamin B6, they allow you to feel more comfortable before and during your menstrual cycle

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  • SUGAR-FREE PMS GUMMIES | Premenstrual syndrome | 21 days
    SUGAR-FREE PMS GUMMIES | Premenstrual syndrome | 21 daysSUGAR-FREE PMS GUMMIES | Premenstrual syndrome | 21 days
    sugar free women's health

    Gummies cure with Chasteberry and Lemon Balm to support menstrual comfort. Sugar-free formula.

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  • SUGAR-FREE PMS GUMMIES | Super Pack | 4 x 21 days
    SUGAR-FREE PMS GUMMIES | Super Pack | 4 x 21 daysSUGAR-FREE PMS GUMMIES | Super Pack | 4 x 21 days
    sugar free women's health

    Gummies with plants and vitamins to balance hormonal activity. Sugar free formula. Pack of 4 jars.

    Add to cart - 71,40 € 87,60 €
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Why take Mium Lab premenstrual symptoms gummies?

What is PMS?

For women, their periods (which happen each month) often come with unpleasant symptoms like bloating, cramps or feeling down. These discomforts, whether physical or psychological, usually start about a week before a woman gets her period, hence the term premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Some women experience these symptoms until the end of their period.

What are the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome?

Diagnosing premenstrual syndrome and menstrual discomfort in general is based on a set of symptoms of varying intensity that gradually appear and disappear over the course of the menstrual cycle. More than 100 symptoms are recognized. They can be divided into two broad categories: physical symptoms (bloating, cramps, breast pain, digestive problems, headaches, back and/or muscle pain, etc.) and psychological symptoms (anxiety, unusual irritability or edginess, food cravings or urges, unusual fatigue, poor sleep, feelings of sadness or depression, inability to concentrate, etc.).

How can you soothe pain from periods?

To help you better manage pain associated with your period, you can follow some simple lifestyle advice:

- Choose a suitable diet: as soon as you ovulate, focus on eating fresh foods that are high in magnesium, calcium, iron and omega-3; healthy, balanced diet.
- Reduce your consumption of highly processed, fatty and sugary foods and limit your alcohol and tobacco usage.
- Exercise regularly to minimise the impact of your period on your mood and your stress levels.
- Listen to your body and, when your symptoms are at their most intense, allow yourself some time to relax.
- Take dietary supplements according to your needs: magnesium and vitamin B6, omega-3 and plants (chaste tree, calendula, yarrow, etc.) to help you have a better experience with your period.
- Use a hot water bottle for lower abdomen pain; just because it is a well-known remedy does not make it any less powerful. Its heat soothes pain.
- Sophrology can be effective because it is a relaxation technique based on breathing exercises that soothe both body and mind.