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Why Do Asthma Symptoms Worsen Before Your Period?

If you’ve been suffering from asthma, then you might notice your symptoms become aggravated around the time you get your period. The symptoms of...

What Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)? Cause, Symptoms And Treatment

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects women between the ages of 15 and 44. Women between this age group have between 2.2% to 26.7% chances of...
9 Things To Know About Irregular Periods After Miscarriage

Irregular Periods After A Miscarriage: 7 Things To Know

Miscarriages occur quite commonly and are generally not a major cause for concern. But a woman’s body undergoes many changes after a miscarriage. For instance, a woman’s periods may become irregular, or the flow may be very heavy, or the periods may be absent for over a month. All women must become aware of the changes in their menstrual periods after they experience a miscarriage.
Signs You Have Too Much Estrogen In Your Body

5 Signs Your Estrogen Is Too High And How To Tackle It

Estrogen is an important hormone which orchestrates our monthly cycle. Not every woman will have the same amount of estrogen in her body and...
Home remedies can be used to regulate hormonal imbalance and irregular periods

8 Home Remedies To Tackle Irregular Periods Naturally

Has your menstrual cycle altered its usual pattern and appeared unannounced, either before or after the expected date? This need not be a reason...

6 Signs That Tell You Have A Sexually Transmitted Disease

Sores, rashes, or warts in or around the genital area is a common sign of a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Frequent urination and burning sensation while urinating, heavy bleeding or irregular periods, increase in vaginal discharge, constant or occasional pelvic pain, and unpleasant or foul odor are other signs of an STD.
Stress more dangerous in women under 50

10 Reasons Why Stress Is More Dangerous In Women Under 50

A recent study claims women under 50 are more at risk of developing heart diseases, including a heart attack, because of stress. Mounting amounts of stress can also lead to a higher risk of sleep problems, hair loss, skin breakouts, menstrual problems, and lower sex drive. Young women under stress also feel constantly tired and depressed as well.

8 Potential Causes Of Irregular Periods

Excessive exercise, extreme weight loss or gain, and stress can cause irregular period. So can polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disorders, hyperprolactinemia, and some tumors. Contraceptive and certain medications may be responsible as well. Hypothyroidism, uterine fibroids, bleeding disorders can cause excessive bleeding. Pain medication or contraceptives may be prescribed for treatment.

How Do I Know I Am In Menopause?

Menopause can be tough on women both physically and mentally. Some of the symptoms can start appearing as early as 35 years. Among hormonal changes, the most common symptom is experiencing hot flashes.

All-Natural Remedies To Tackle Irregular Periods

Maintain a healthy body weight by eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly (avoid over-exercising, esp. HIIT workouts!). Regulate your thyroid levels by filling up on sea veggies, foods rich in iron, vit B and cutting back on gluten, dairy, and processed foods. Practice yoga to lower your stress levels. Try ayurvedic remedies like lodhra or the bark of ashoka tree.

8 Ways Stress Affects Your Overall Health

Stress is an integral part of our lives. Whether it is coping with everyday challenges at work, financial concerns or relationship troubles, most of us...
How To Get Regular Periods?

Causes Of Irregular Periods And Ways To Restore Periods Naturally

Menstrual cycle can be absent due to hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiency, estrogen imbalance, thyroid issues, premature ovarian failure, or menopause. You can restore your menstrual cycle by maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, reducing stress, applying warm castor oil on abdomen. Herbs like alfalfa, black cohosh root, shatavari also help.