(WZZM) Grand Rapids, Mich. - It's not umcommon to blame or even joke about it when a women in moody or emotional.
We've all heard the PMS jokes, "it must be her time of the month," and we may even be guilty of making them ourselves.
However, if you actually suffer from PMS, Pre-Menstrual Syndrome, there's really not anything funny about its symptoms which include mood swings, abdominal bloating, painful or tender breasts, fatigue, anxiety and more.
A recent study out of the University of Toronto suggests that PMS could be a complete myth.
Dr. Robyn Hubbard of Grand Rapids Women's Health dispels any myths surrounding PMS in the video link above.
Watch to see what Dr. Hubbard suggests to alleviate, reduce, or even eliminate symptoms of PMS.