Most females grow up to believe it is part of ‘womanhood’ to suffer problems relating to menstruation. We’ve got news for you – it’s not.
Hormonal imbalances, such as oestrogen dominance, create a sliding scale of symptoms that occur continuously in line with your menstrual cycle, disrupting your normal routine and making your monthly period generally unbearable.
As a woman, your menstrual cycle should not interfere negatively with your life. If your hormones are well regulated, you should notice extra energy during your hormonal peaks, experiencing feelings of elation, motivation and vitality!
Do you experience the following symptoms prior to your period?:
- Abdominal bloating
- Painful breasts
- Lowered mood
- Emotional episodes
- Sugar cravings
- Salt cravings
- Chocolate cravings
- Increased/decreased appetite
- Abdominal heaviness
- Sleep disturbances
Do you experience the following problems during menstruation:
- Heavy bleeding
Do you have other symptoms/disorders related to menstruation:
- Intermittent bleeding
- Urinary tract infections
- Short cycles < 28 days
- Irregular cycles
- Amenorrhea = no menstruation
- Uterine fibroids
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Long-term use of oral contraceptive pill
These lists show the many variations in women’s menstruation. If you suffer from any, many or all of the above, let us show you how you can regulate your hormones to reduce these symptoms and rebalance your life. Contact us today.
What causes hormonal disturbances:
Diagnosed conditions such as Poly-cystic Ovarian Syndrome, Endometriosis, Amenorrhoea, Dysmenorrhoea and Uterine fibroids are not something you must endure. There is much that can be done to reduce or remove the underlying causes to these conditions.
- Decreased nutrition
- Contraception – oral, IUD, implant
- Decreased liver function
- Insulin resistance
- Eating disorders
- Intensive exercise
- Long-term use of synthetic contraception
- Early use of synthetic contraception
It is very challenging to normalize female sex hormones with only dietary and lifestyle changes. Traditional and contemporary medicine provide clinical-based evidence for the use of very specific herbs and nutrient supplements to ease the symptoms and rebalance hormone levels allowing women to lead a full life of their choosing without the need to factor in pre-menstrual tension and menstruation difficulties.