Health Problems Caused By Menstruation


From puberty to menopause, women have a monthly appointment: the menstruation . Not always appreciated, this period is important for the good functioning of the organism. While some women do not even feel their arrival, for others it is a real ordeal. Indeed, menstruation is often accompanied by troublesome symptoms, as if the bleeding alone was not enough! Discover the 5 problems that can occur during the menstrual period.


Periods or menstruation refer to blood loss from the uterus. These genital blood flows originate from the degradation of the uterine mucosa when there is no pregnancy.

The periods generally appear between 12 and 13 years old and occur every 28 days on average. Only, the cycles can vary according to each woman, ranging from 25 to 35 or even 40 days. The duration of menstruation is also different from one woman to another. It oscillates between 3 and 7 days.
In some women, the period of menstruation can be accompanied by pain that is due to contractions of the muscles of the uterus, but also cause other troublesome problems.

Here are 5 problems many women suffer during menstruation:

The palpitations

Palpitations are a problem many women suffer, especially before their periods. These are symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, but they can also manifest during menstruation. Recall that hormones regulate many functions in the body, and when they are deregulated, it can affect several organs.

Headaches

Many women complain about having terrible headaches when approaching or during menstruation. This fairly common problem is known as catamenial migraine and affects many women, especially those who usually suffer from migraines.

Catamenial migraines occur during menstruation or two days before and are usually quite intense. They are mainly caused by fluctuations in estrogen during the menstrual cycle. This hormone, which can act on the nervous and vascular system, causes menstrual migraines when its rate falls into the body.

The good news is that pain caused by catamenial migraines can be relieved naturally. Apply a little essential oil of peppermint on the temples when the pain is triggered.

Anemia

Every woman has a different flow. Some have weak menstruation, while others have much more abundant menstruation. In this case, we speak of menorrhagia.


This menstrual disorder manifested by abundant menstruation not only causes discomfort, but can also cause complications, including anemia. Indeed, in case of menorrhagia, the women empty their reserves of iron which is lost during the bleeding. The body, or the bone marrow more exactly, is then unable to produce red blood cells. As a result, anemia settles. Recall that iron deficiency is the main cause of this disease which is accompanied by many symptoms including persistent fatigue.

It is therefore important to consult a doctor in case of very abundant menstruation, to prevent any type of complications.

The affections of the gum

The hormonal changes that women experience have an effect on the whole body and can also affect oral health. It is very common for women to experience bleeding, redness, or swelling of the gums as the menstrual period approaches or during menstruation.

This can be explained by the fact that hormonal fluctuations stimulate the production of tartar and plaque, which can lead to inflammation of the gum (gingivitis), which in turn can lead to further infections.
Note that this problem also affects pregnant women, because in the period of pregnancy, the body experiences many hormonal changes.

To prevent this condition of the gum, it is important to have a very good oral hygiene. Be sure to brush your teeth properly 3 times a day and use dental floss to clean areas that the toothbrush can not reach.

Digestive disorders

It is very common to have digestive and intestinal disorders before and during menstruation. Women may experience constipation or diarrhea during menstruation. These disorders are generally related to the hormone progesterone, which alters the peristalsis. These are the muscular contractions, which make it possible to advance the bolus food in the intestine. When the rhythm of this mechanism is disrupted, the risk of diarrhea increases.


Progesterone can also act on the intestines and make them lazy, thus causing constipation.

To remedy these digestive disorders, it is important to drink plenty of water and eat high fiber foods.


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