Many women experience low mood and depression during the menstrual cycle and are often blamed for fluctuating hormones, but a recent scientific study has revealed that low levels of iron can disturb their mood and cause them greater disturbance during menstruation.
The low levels of nutrients present in many dark green vegetables can cause a woman's bad mood, the Polish researchers said.
Iron deficiency may be a "risk factor for mood disorders" such as depression, the Polish team said.
The researchers told the University of "Nicholas Copernicus" that iron reduction can worsen their cognitive performance and their stamina and lead to iron deficiency, caused by the loss of blood during menstruation, slowing down the brain and the central nervous system.
Iron deficiencyID) Or anemia is the most common nutritional deficiency, affecting more than two billion people worldwide, especially children.
According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, about 20% of women of childbearing age are anemic due to iron deficiency.