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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Women Health: Menstrual Disorders - Irregular Period - The Prevention

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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                   Irregular Period

All women are experience irregular period sometimes during their child bearing years, before menopause. While Western medication has never viewed that irregular menstruation is a problem of women reproductive system, traditional Chinese medicine looks at this problem seriously, if untreated, it will disharmonize the women ecosystem, leading to nervous tension and other health problems, including infertility.

Girls in South East Asia have learnt in their early women life from grand mother wisdom, that they do not engage in any activity, distorting their regular period.. Irregular period should be treated immediately, otherwise, it may cause wide range of women diseases, such as infertility, according to Traditional Chinese medicine.
                    


Irregular menstruation or period is defined as condition in which a woman is experience abnormal variation of length of the menstrual cycle. While the normal menstrual cycle is 28-35 days, women who are experience with irregular menstrual cycle can have a length variation between 8 and 20 days or shorter than 21 days, or longer than 36 days.

                             The Prevention 

A. How to prevent in common sense approaches
1. Reduce stress by meditation or yoga
Meditation and yoga can help to keep breathing slow and controlled and to relax and energized the body, thus reducing the stress.

2. Avoid intensive exercise

Intensive exercise can reduce estrogen levels, which can lead irregular menstrual cycle including irregular period


3. Nutrient deficiency
unhealthy diet can cause deficiency of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B complex and magnesium , leading to irregular menstruation.

4. Weight loss

Weight loss too quickly increases the risk of hormonal imbalance that can lead to irregular menstruation.


5. Moderate drinking
According to the answer to the question of Does alcohol affect menstruation?, Chosen by AskerAppolnia_76 stated that YES it does... in a couple of different ways.First, it inhibits the secretion of the ADH, or anti-diuretic hormone from the pituitary gland in the brain... that's why we pee so much when we drink. You are essentially getting dehydrated, so the blood thickens and your menstrual flow will slow down until you re-hydrate yourself. Second, when you drink hard core, like lots of hard liquor or go on a bender for a few days, you can have extra periods or have skipped or late periods too. the reason for this is it messes up your metabolism and your hormones.

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B. Diet
1. Soy Products
Soy products contain high amount of phytochemicals, that can help to balance the body hormones, thus reducing the risk of irregular menstruation

2. Fruits and vegetables
Fruits and vegetables contain high amounts of vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber and plenty of antioxidants, that can provide the necessary nutrient to the body and reduce the risk of nutrient deficiency cause of irregular menstruation.

3. Flaxseed
Flaxseed not only contains high amount of essential fatty acids which are necessary for heart and reproductive health but also is an extraordinary source of the phytoestrogen lignans, containing 75 to 800 times as much as other plant sources, helped to reduce the risk of the diseases.

4. Beans
Due to high amount of fiber, bean can help to slow the absorption of glucose in the bloodstream, thus reducing the risk of high blood sugar for some menopause with disease of diabetes.Beans are also high sources of vitamin and mineral,such as calcium, folic acid and vitamin B-6. And they also contain some sources of phytoestrogen.



C. Nutritional supplements
1. Iron
Iron is essential for women suffering from menorrhagia. Since excessive bleeding causes the loss of iron causing iron deficiency, without enough iron our body cannot reproduce red blood cells to replace those lost in bleeding resulting in symptoms of paller, weakness, fatigue as well as increasing the risk of inflammation.

2. Vitamin B complex
Vitamin B complex is a liver tonic vitamin. It helps the liver to convert the bad estrogen, xanooestrogen into weaker and less dangerous forms and converts omega 6 oils into a form that can be used by the body to produce the good type prostaglandins instead of dinoprostone resulting in reduced bleeding during menstruation.

3. Cod liver oil
Cod liver oil contains high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids that control heavy bleeding during periods. Since red meat and dairy products contain arachidonic acid without balancing intake of omega 3 fatty acid, this causes the over production of dinoprostone leading to increased blood flow, and reducing blood-clotting ability.

4. Zinc
Besides having an important role in treating enlarged prostate in men's health, this mineral is vital for the healthy functioning of the reproductive system in women as well as maintaining hormone balancing.

5. Flavonoid
Flavonoid is a powerful antioxidant activity. It helps to protect small blood vessels from damage resulting in protecting against the blood loss of menorrhagia during menstruation.

6.Vitamin A
Vitamin A is an antioxidant. It works together with iron and copper to help enhance the production of red blood cells. Vitamin A deficiency has been found in women with menorrhagia.

7. Vitamin C
Besides being an antioxidant that helps our body to fight against free radicals from building up and help the digestive system's metabolism to reduce menstrual pain, it also helps excessive blood flow during menstruation as a resulting of strengthening small blood vessels known as capillaries.

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