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The physiological effects of progesterone in the body suggest that it can help with PMS symptoms. For example, progesterone is a muscle relaxant. In fact, it is commonly given to pregnant women to delay labor and preterm birth. This suggests that progesterone reduces uterine contraction. Therefore, it can help reduce cramps associated with PMS. In addition, the anti-inflammatory effect of progesterone may help reduce PMS-related swelling. By inhibiting prolactin and preventing breast development and milk production, progesterone can also relieve the breast tenderness felt by women with PMS. Furthermore, progesterone can prevent fluid retention. Progesterone is a potent diuretic and it acts by blocking aldosterone, an adrenal hormone that promotes the retention of sodium and water. This means that progesterone can reduce extracellular fluid volume. In this way, it can reduce PMS-related water weight and swelling. In fact, studies show that the drop in progesterone level during the luteal phase in women with PMS triggers a condition known as progesterone withdrawal. Progesterone withdrawal is a compensatory mechanism and it encourages the body to hoard sodium and water through the release of aldosterone. Lastly, progesterone can relieve PMS symptoms by serving as a neurosteroid with a neuroprotective role. Studies show that progesterone can be synthesized in the brain. It has an antioxidant property and it can also help protect the brain from edema resulting from injury.
The human body secretes and circulates somewhere in the range of 50 unique hormones. A wide range of these substances is created by endocrine cells, a large portion of which are in organs.
Hormones are the substances which arrange the exercises of a living being and furthermore their development. They are emitted by unique tissues in our body through endocrine organs. Hormones have different work roles.
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