How to cure irregular periods naturally?

How to cure irregular periods naturally

How to cure irregular periods naturally?

25 scientifically proven ways to cure irregular periods naturally

1- Try meditation to reduce stress levels

2- If necessary lose body fat through diet and exercise

3- Try yoga

4- Try acupuncture

5- Apply warm castor oil packs

6- Consider black cohosh 80mg a day or Vitex 800mg a day supplements

7- Add Turmeric to your diet as it helps in regulating menstruation and balancing hormones.

8- Mix fresh aloe vera gel in one teaspoon of honey and consume it daily before having your breakfast.

9- Drink at least three cups of ginger tea a day, to make ginger tea simply peel the ginger root and make 9-12 thin slices, put these slices in a small teapot, pour two cups of boiling water over the ginger root slices, simmer for about 5 minutes, strain into a mug, add two teaspoons of honey and one teaspoon of lemon juice, stir and drink warm.

10- Soak two tablespoons of cumin seeds in water overnight and drink this water in the morning. You need to drink this water every day to regulate your periods.

11- Add a teaspoon of powdered cinnamon to a cup of warm milk and drink it to relieve menstrual cramps.

12- Consume unripe papaya juice regularly to regulate menstrual flow. Avoid drinking it during your periods

13- Consult with your doctor

14- Try Hormone therapy (HT), birth control pills (oral contraceptives) containing the hormones estrogen and progesterone are often prescribed to help control irregular periods

15- Drink two cups of camomile tea a day to reduce stress levels naturally, to make camomile tea simply place two teaspoons of dried camomile flowers in a small teapot, pour a cup of boiling water over the camomile flowers, simmer for 5 minutes, strain into a mug, add a teaspoon of honey, stir and drink warm

16- Get pregnant, as pregnancy can help balance hormones

17- Take Clomid (clomiphene citrate tablets) (50-100 mg) for 5 days from day 5 to 9 per cycle. Around 10% of women taking Clomid will have a twin as compared to just 1% of the regular population. Clomid forces the pituitary gland to produce more hormones to stimulate ovulation, it is often used to cause ovulation in women with polycystic ovary syndrome

18- Avoid refined carbohydrates, such as sugary and starchy foods

19- Eat hormone balancing foods, like Broccoli, Avocados, Quinoa, Almonds, Salmon, and Eggs

20- Eat Foods that boost estrogen and testosterone levels, like strawberries, apricots, peaches, plums, cherries, apples, oranges, dried fruits (dried apricots, prunes, and dates), celery, carrots, beets, peppers, cucumbers, parsley, alfalfa sprouts, yams, kale, sunflower seeds, fennel seeds, clover (trefoil), barley, rice, wheat, flaxseeds, sesame seeds, dark rye bread, peas, lentils, pinto beans, olives, olive oil, chickpeas, and soy products, such as miso soup, tofu, soy wheat flour, soy dairy products, and soy yogurt.

21- Eat anti inflammatory foods, like olive oil, almonds, walnuts, fatty fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines), oranges, blueberries, strawberries, cherries, tomatoes, and green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, collards and kale.

22- Drink herbal teas to balance hormones and get your menstruation back, such as red clover tea (trifolium pratense), motherwort tea (leonarus cardiaca, a member of the mint family), yarrow tea (achillea millefolium, a member of the sunflower family found in the wild), vitex or chasteberry tea (vitex agnus-castus, chaste tree berry), red raspberry leaf tea blend, and lady’s mantle tea (alchemilla vulgaris)

23- Take 400 milligrams of vitex tincture daily before breakfast

24- Drink two cups of parsley tea a day

25- Have sex at least three times a week, only if you are married

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Verified by: Dr.Diab (March 3, 2018)

Citation: Dr.Diab. (March 3, 2018). How to cure irregular periods naturally?. Medcoi Journal of Medicine, 1(2). urn:medcoi:article20176.

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