Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS) And Vitamin A

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As we mentioned in previous article, Premenstrual syndrome effects over 70% to 90% of women before menopause in the US and less for women in Southeast Asia because of their difference in living style and social structure.
The occurrence of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) have more than doubled over the past 50 years due to the acceptance of it as a medical condition that is caused by unhealthy diet with high in saturated food.
Premenstrual syndrome is defined as faulty function of the ovaries related to the women's menstrual cycle, it effects a women's physical and emotional state, and sometimes interferes with daily activities as a result of hormone fluctuation.
The syndrome occurs one to two weeks before menstruation and then declines when the period starts.
In this article, we will discuss how vitamins help to treat PMS..
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Definition Vitamin A is one many antioxidants which can be found in vegetable and fruits with orange and yellow colour.
It is best know for it's use in treating impaired vision, particularly in reduced light.
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How vitamin A effect women with PMS There has not been a lot of talking about vitamin A effects women with PMS, but it is worth to mention as a supplement article 1.
Immune system Since it is antioxidant, it helps to strengthen the immune system against the forming of free radicals, foreign invasion of virus and bacteria and infection resulting in increasing over all health including lymphocyte proliferation responses to antigens and mitogens, inhibit apoptosis, and restore the integrity and function of mucosal surfaces thereby, lessening the risk of infection and inflammation diseases for women with PMS.
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Nervous system Vitamin A also plays an vital role in enhancing protein metabolism and cellular differentiation, the specialization of cells for highly specific physiological roles resulting in improving the function of nervous system in regulating the production of hormone thereby, decreasing the risk of nervous disorder including depression and anxiety.
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Red blood cells It also helps to facilitate the mobilization of iron from storage sites to the developing red blood cell for incorporation into hemoglobin , the oxygen carrier in red blood cells resulting in increasing the transportation of nutrients and oxygen to the body cells need, thereby, decreasing the nervous symptom such as fatigue, tiredness.
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Repository system Deficiency of vitamin A may a cause benign changes in the epithelium lining of the upper respiratory passages resulting in lessening the lung function in absorbing oxygen leading to low oxygen levels in the bloodstream thereby, decreasing the function of brain cells causing symptoms of nervous disorder.
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