Body Massa Index with Premenstrual Syndrome in College Students

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Magaille Hodambia
Sindi Dandala

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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms may range from mild to severe. PMS severity is affected by hormonal, psychological, and physiological variables in women. Nutritional status was determined using the body mass index (BMI). According to one research, each kilogram/m2 rise in BMI was linked with a 3% increase in the chance of developing PMS. Respondents with normal height and weight who dominated the results of BMI measures in this study were found to be in the same BMI category as female students experiencing mild PMS. When it comes to female students, there is a significant disparity between BMI and PMS degree levels. There is a strong relationship between BMI and the intensity of PMS symptoms. A significant relationship exists between BMI and PMS degrees in female university students. There is a strong relationship between BMI and the intensity of PMS symptoms.

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Hodambia, M., & Dandala, S. . (2021). Body Massa Index with Premenstrual Syndrome in College Students. Journal Wetenskap Health , 2(2), 74-79. https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.120
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