Published in the journal Gender Medicine last week, a research carried out by a panel of female researchers at the University of Toronto has been claiming that premenstrual syndrome reported by many women before period days is merely a myth.
It is being said that women are now-a-days finding it easier to use the same as an excuse, more than actually facing it. The phenomenon, growing popular day by day amid general population, should rather be demolished, since the same can help in empowering women to come up with any of their emotions freely at any point of time in a month.
It is not that women do not react badly or their mood is perfect in the rest of the month. In fact, they have good enough reasons for their anger or irritability, when they are not going through period days. Director of the collaborative graduate program in Women's Health Professor Gillian Einstein and colleagues say that the women's emotional state does not go as weak as they believe it to be.
Though, breast tenderness, bloating or stomach pains are no concerns to be suspected. However, women are showing outrage over the findings. "My concern is that . women who find that their mood is impacting on them, they're not going to come forward because a paper says this isn't a real problem", said Gynecologist Dr. Dustin Costescu-Green.
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