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Does regular exercise reduce the effects of premenstrual syndrome?

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Dr. Douglas Bey
Psychiatry
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In brief: Healthy habits

Exercise diet meditation eliminating bad habits make u feel better in general.

In brief: Healthy habits

Exercise diet meditation eliminating bad habits make u feel better in general.
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Dr. Adarsh Gupta
Family Medicine
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In brief: Yes

Exercise has been theorized to increase endorphins and has been shown to significantly improve mood and decrease lethargy.
Although no significant evidence conclusively proves that these changes actually decrease pms/pmdd symptoms, but such lifestyle changes in habits (with increased exercise) can improve overall health and mood.

In brief: Yes

Exercise has been theorized to increase endorphins and has been shown to significantly improve mood and decrease lethargy.
Although no significant evidence conclusively proves that these changes actually decrease pms/pmdd symptoms, but such lifestyle changes in habits (with increased exercise) can improve overall health and mood.
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