Fixing Hormone Imbalance among Women

Fixing Hormone Imbalance among Women
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When it comes to women’s health, it is necessary to know that there is a linked between hormonal imbalance and women’s health.  The body is capable of handling stress if the hormones are in enough balance; the body can also fight disease recover better if the hormones are enough. Here, are the natural methods that could help you attain health through balancing hormones.


Herbal Treatment


Many believe that Chaste tree berry or vitex agnus castus, monk’s pepper or hemp tree are among the most essential herb that could cure PMS or premenstrual syndrome. The herb got a reputation for treating easing symptoms that include breast pain, painful menses and irregular menses. It works by affecting the pituitary gland and hypothalamus in the brain. The fruit contains lots of h dopamine-like activity, inhibiting the release of prolactin responsible for increasing progesterone production throughout the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. It is easier to avoid and treat Estrogen dominance if it is just starting than treating it when it fully matures.


Wild yams have diosgenin, a enzyme that manufactures natural progesterone. The hormone comes from plants, but can also be compared to the ones created by the body.  Estrogen dominance throughout the luteal phase  believed as among the leading cause of PMS symptoms.  To correct the problem, all you have to do is to take enough amounts of the herb.


If you are wondering where evening primrose oil or oenothera biennis comes from then worry no more as it can be obtained from the seeds the plant, also known for having fatty acid content. The important oils in the herb are gamma-linoleic acid or GLA and linoleic acid. Not all women sho is suffering from exhibiting PMS symptoms as it does not work on some women.

More Methods


Other herbs that can help in relieving menopausal syndrome are Dong Quai or Angelica sinensis, which helps, with cramps, weakness and irregular menses, licorice or Glycyrrhiza glabra that helps raise progesterone levels, Black Cohosh or Cimicifuga racemosa that shows estrogen-like activity, Kava Kava or Piper methysticum that relieves anxiety and stress and Valerian or Valeriana officinalis that help in improving sleep and rest.


If you are an experimental type of person, then you could try alternating methods that help to relieve stress and boost hormone production that includes aromatherapy, massage, therapeutic touch, acupuncture, acupressure, hypnotherapy and mental imagery. Do not use alcohol and tobacco since these can worsen PMS symptoms. Foods rich in vitamins and minerals should be taken regularly.  Especially, those foods that have lots of iron since it alleviates bleeding problems. Three times a week of cardio exercise is enough to help lessen the pain.  Of course, never forget to get enough sleep since sleep allows the body to repair itself.