Endometriosis is a very painful condition that affects women; the condition can lead to multiple health related issues. Instead of using traditional forms of medicine some women prefer treating the condition with acupuncture and herbal medicine. The treatments offered vary upon the level of severity as well as a woman’s future plans to have children.
Typically women between the ages of 25 to 35 are diagnosed with endometriosis, but it can occur at different stages of a women’s life. Once a month the ovaries produce hormones that cause the cells of the uterine lining to increase in number and plan for a fertilized egg. The specific cells that cause this are called endometrial cells. They should only grow inside the uterus, when they begin to grow outside of the uterus the condition is referred to as endometriosis.
Morning sickness is a symptom that comes along during pregnancy. It’s nothing more but a two months long daily nausea and vomiting routine during pregnancy. The pregnancy nausea week begins during the first trimester between the fourth and the sixth week of pregnancy.
Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is very much well known as morning sickness. But the name morning sickness can be quite misleading. Although nausea and vomiting is a common experience during early mornings; it can also strike anytime during the day.
Did you know that almost thirty-three per cent of the world’s population has zinc deficiency? As a physician, I was amazed to make this discovery. Mood swings are the most common symptoms associated with this mineral deficiency.
Depression, anxiety and aggressive behavior are among the most common psychological symptoms that exist in the industrialized and developing world
Many women, as they begin to experience the changes that come along with menopause, worry about how to treat these effects if they become serious or very uncomfortable. While using hormone replacement therapy is still safe in many circumstances, especially right when menopause is starting, a lot of women would rather avoid it, believing the risks are still too great. One possible alternative, or at least something to try first, is to treat the symptoms of menopause in a natural, or naturopathic, way.
Lifestyle modifications should be your first approach. They involve no risk, but require a great deal of discipline, self control and willpower. Work to make the life you lead as healthy as possible in every way. This includes eating as healthy as possible, getting plenty of exercise and finding productive outlets to reduce the stress in your life. If you are a smoker and/or drinker you should think about quitting.