Saturday, August 27, 2016

Women Health: Menstrual Disorders - Menorrhagia In Traditional Chinese medicine Perspective - The Cause of Menorrhagia due to Dampness accumulation

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Menorrhagia is defined as a condition of excessive bleeding in the menstruation phase of the menstrual cycle in the reproductive age of a woman leading to heavy blood loss that can interfere with the woman normal activities, as a result of disruption of normal hormonal regulation of periods or disorders of certain reproductive organs.
In traditional Chinese medicine, menorrhagia can be caused by combination of Spleen qi deficiency, liver blood deficiency, damp accumulation and treatments include Tonify spleen qi, nourish blood, resolve dampness.
Please note that in TCM, same disease may be treated with different formula and difference diseases may be treated with the same formula depending to the differentiation.

 The Causes - Dampness accumulation 

1. Weather
Expose yourself in wet environment for the prolong period of time, may cause dampness accumulation , as a result of depletion of yang in controlling the dryness in the body.

2. Raw foods
Eating too much raw foods for a prolong period of time, may cause yang deficiency that effects the spleen function in transporting qi and disrupts the kidney in fluid distribution, leading to water accumulation in lower part of the body that creates a worse environment for dampness invasion.

3. Occupation
Certain occupations require people to work in damp and wet environment that cause long term moister accumulated in the lung, leading to spleen deficiency. While dampness has a tendency moved downward, it affects the heart in blood circulation, causing blood stagnation resulting in abdominal cramps and pain.

4. Spleen deficiency
Spleen deficiency caused by unhealthy diet or irregular diet may interfere with kidney and liver function in fluids and blood distribution, leading to over flow of fluids and blood stagnation in the abdomen. Also spleen deficiency may also interfere the lung function in qi flow.

5. Etc.

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