Our culture values obtaining more, moving quickly and going above and beyond to get things. Our health typically takes a back place in this social and emotional setting. Who has time to recover from the sickness by staying in bed for two days? Forget about the one, two, or three weeks that people used to spend curing their respiratory illnesses in spas. Day off? Who has any? When we're not working away for someone else for 60 hours a week, we're feverishly trying to get the dozens of duties around the house done. As a result, we are more likely to put up with a mild chronic illness than change our way of life. At Vitanova Clinics, the homeopathy doctors have seen that as soon as symptoms emerge, the patients try to suppress them. It's also been seen that they don't even want to take the time to menstruate because they are so busy and active. Pharmaceutical companies now sell medicines that shorten our menstrual cycles to just two days to assist us.
Whether they are fertile or infertile, we all experience the cyclical menstrual cycle. Your body typically ovulates once per month, maturing a fresh egg that will later travel through a fallopian tube. It eventually reaches the uterus, where, if fertilised by a sperm, it would implant. If the egg is not fertilised by a sperm, the uterine lining that had developed in anticipation of the fertilised egg is no longer essential, and both the egg and the uterine lining depart from your body, purifying your body and preparing you for a new month.
One may question if there are any advantages to these monthly natural occurrences given that an estimated 150 million women worldwide use birth control pills.
It appears that women whose menstrual periods are undisturbed by the pill may experience a few cardiovascular advantages. Although the uterine lining that has accumulated in preparation for pregnancy must be removed from the body by menstruation, excess iron is also eliminated, which can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Additionally, throughout the menstrual cycle, women exhibit significantly lower blood pressure for two weeks. As a result, during their fertile years, women experience fewer heart attacks and strokes. Another theory put up by an evolutionary biologist is that monthly menstruation clears microorganisms from the reproductive system.
Cancer is on the more severe end of the range. Ovulation and menstruation are fairly violent processes for cells. Hormones play a role in the development of immature eggs, or follicles, during the menstrual cycle. One follicle develops an egg at the time of ovulation, scarring the ovary. If the egg is not fertilised, the endometrium, or built-up uterine lining, is shed during a monthly period, which leads to further scarring. If something goes wrong with the process of cell division and regeneration brought on by these scars, ovarian and endometrial cancer may result. A woman's lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is reduced by 10% while she is pregnant, which relieves those symptoms. 80% of all breast cancers are fueled by the hormone estrogen. Your chance of developing an estrogen-related cancer is reduced each time you become pregnant and while nursing your kid since pregnancy and lactation lower your levels of estrogen as per medical studies.
Your menstrual cycle is distinctive to you. You must keep in mind that if you use pills, the pill regulates your cycle rather than your natural hormones, therefore you won't enjoy these advantages. Furthermore, having regular monthly cycles indicates that your hormones are in balance. Given that 80% of the women that we encounter as homeopathy doctors, today have symptoms of hormonal imbalance.
If the imbalance is left unattended, it may cause fatigue and weight gain, increase the risk of more serious health problems, and worsen PMS symptoms. You run the risk of missing the chance to identify an early cure if you miss the early indicators of hormone imbalance.