Ibs Symptoms Menstrual Cycle

Painful Periods and Adrenal Fatigue Symptoms

Dysmenorrhea is a term we use to describea menstrual cycle that is very painful especially during the menses. Amenorrhea is a term weuse to describe the absence of menstrual period. In other words, the body starts in a slowdownmode during adrenal fatigue. The body does not want periods because it does not perceiveit as a critical piece to survival. So the body will start first with a estrogen dominanttype picture where dysmenorrhea or painful periods can be a problem. Now, if this isnot resolved, meaning the body doesn't get what it wants in terms of rest and nurturingback to health, then the next thing the body knows what to do is to shut down the cycle.When your body shuts down the cycle, it is

called amenorrhea. So dysmenorrhea sometimesis a separate event from amenorrhea; but sometimes it can also be a progression from dysmenorrheaas the body slows down not a lot of regular cycles, the estrogen buildup, pain becomesmore significant to amenorrhea where the body actually decides to it doesn't want thecycle anymore for a period of time. So this amenorrhea can last for a few monthsto even for a few years and it's very interesting because this usually happens in younger womenof course during childbearing stages; and this is always premenopausal, so you're talkingabout anywhere from twenty to thirty to forty years old women that a early menopause isnot the real reason but it's almost as if

the body is forcing you into a early menopause.Now there are many other reasons as well so anytime this comes on with this type of history,a OBGYN needs to be involved and a thorough workup has to be checked. But oftentimesyou know, a normal checkup will be the end result and the s conventionally willhave no reason to suspect anything else. So it is what it is, and the people are justtold to go home. But in reality if you trace it enough, oftentimes there's a close associationthat we find in adrenal fatigue. So the lesson learned here from the symptomsthat I present to you, meaning dysmenorrhea advancing to amenorrhea is really about understandingand looking at the big picture: how the body

is dealing with this stress, how the bodyis trying to slow down, and how the body is trying to use these symptoms of pain and absenceof period to alert us of inner lying problems. And once you understand this concept, thenwe will not be so held hostage by these symptoms, but slowly work with fortifying the adrenalsproperly, without making things worse. And as the adrenals recover, you'd be surprisedthat some of these dysmenorrhea or amenorrhea in the case of severe situations will actuallygo away and the period starts to return. And it's a happy state as a matter of fact sowe deal with a lot of these people that have this type of situation; and you know, letit take a back seat, don't argue with the

body, you know, there's nothing you can doto force it to happen and work on the adrenals and when the adrenals get better, everythingwill flow in place. So this is an important symptom and we use it as a gauge. I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial. For moreinformation on this topic, head over to DrLam where I have written over a thousand articlesto help educate people. You can also call me at 6265711234 for more information onAdrenal Fatigue and how to navigate it. Finally, if you enjoyed this tutorial, please subscribeto my YouTube channel. Thanks for watching.

Relieve PMS Symptoms With Natural Medicine Treatment

Hello and thanks for joining! I am AngelaAgrios. I am a naturopathic trained in general practice medicine, specializingin natural medicine care. I am excited to talk with you about safe, effective treatmentsthat relieve PMS! Let's talk about them.First let's talk about the symptoms we are tryingto address. Common symptoms of PMS include migraines headaches, water retention, bloating,breast swelling and tenderness, acne, mood changes like irritability or weepiness, sugar chocolate cravings, and of course cramps and low back pain. PMS symptoms can all beaddressed and improved by supporting your body's ability to maintain hormone balance.This can be done through dietary changes,

exercise, nutrient supplementation, adequaterest, stress reduction, and bioidentical progesterone. Let's talk some more about basicsstrategies that will help us all. Number 1: We need to clean up our diet!! This meansminimizing processed and refined foods, sugar, simple carbohydrates, caffeine, and alcohol,and in their place we need to consume LOTS of fresh produce. Always choose to eat organicfoods when possible. Number 2: Exercise is a good idea!! Exercise will improve bloodcirculation and increase endorphin levels which will help relieve cramping, water retentionand improve our mood. Number 3: Nutritional supplements can be a big help: B vitamins,Magnesium, Essential fatty acids like fish

oil and evening primrose oil, and vitaminE can all offer dramatic relief of PMS symptoms! Number 4: Increasing rest and decreasing stressis also vitally important. Yes, our minds and bodies are connected! Our bodies do theirrepair work while we sleep. It's difficult to maintain optimal health and balance ofany system in our body when we are overworking and not getting adequate rest. In additionto improving our diet and lifestyle choices, natural progesterone replacement therapy mayalso be helpful for some of us. This is something that can be determined by testing your hormonelevels via blood, saliva, or urine. PMS can be effectively relieved when you are ableto identify and address the cause of the symptoms.

You may need support in one or all of theareas discussed in this tutorial in order to improve your hormone balance and eliminatePMS symptoms. Working with a naturopathic can help you prioritize which treatmentswould be best for you to start with. You can expect an improvement in your symptoms, ifnot complete relief, within a few months after starting naturopathic care. If you would likehelp with the evaluation and treatment of PMS, find a naturopathic near you.A naturopathic will be able to help you evaluate and treat the cause of your PMS.Like and Share this tutorial to spread the word about naturopathic medicine. If you wouldlike to see more tutorials by naturopathic s

discussing natural medicine solutions, subscribeto this channel. Until the next time, take great care!.

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