10 Surefire Ways To Cure PMS

10 Surefire Ways To Cure PMS

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Every woman knows the monthly struggle of PMS: you can’t stand anything or anyone, and everything that moves either pisses you off to kingdom come or leaves you in an ocean of your own tears.

To avoid destroying life-long relationships in the heat of premenstrual cramps, here are some activities that will help you channel all that emotional energy into something more…benign.

1. Go Crazy on Cravings

Despite all the fancy medicines and painkillers with long names, there’s no antidote like food. Angry? Eat. Hopelessly sad? Eat. Happiness verging on maniacal? Eat. Observe how your mood lightens considerably after a plate of hot and delicious food.

While food certainly won’t solve all your problems, satisfying your inexplicable cravings for a hamburger and milkshake will put you in a better mood: perhaps you’ll realize that the world isn’t such a bad place after all.

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