"Metal" stimulates mood disorder for women during menstruation!
Date: 2018-11-09 09:37
Hormone fluctuations are often blamed for mental and physical fatigue in women during menstruation.
But scientists say low levels of iron can cause mood swings and cause more disturbances during menstruation.
The low level of this nutrient that is found in leafy vegetables can cause a woman's mood to get rid of it and make it less rotatable.
Iron deficiency can be a "risk factor for mood disorders", such as depression, scientists at Nicholas Copernicus University suggest. Low levels of iron can negatively affect cognitive performance and endurance.
Iron deficiency, one of the most common types of anemia, slows the brain and central nervous system.
Iron deficiency affects more than 2 billion people around the world. According to the National Institute of Health, the Institute of Lung and Blood, the division of US national institutes for health, it is estimated that 20 percent of women who are working in anemia age.
Scientists from the University of Nicholas Copernicus in Poland conducted studies of 23 physically active women aged 20 to 32 in that period.
All women had a normal iron level without signs of anemia prior to menstruation, and their mental and physical efficacy was analyzed during the study period.
Tests included brain planning to take into account several interactions, including emotional interaction. The results, published in Journal of Physiology & Behavior, were compared to women with a lack of iron and those with an appropriate iron level.
Researchers have found that iron deficiency can lead to decreased stimulation and reduced sensory behavior.
Iron deficiency women had less than 12 micrograms of iron per liter of blood.
There was not enough correlation between iron deficiency and anxiety, but four of the participants who had high anxiety during the study had severe iron deficiency.