International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate and reflect on progress made to promote and protect women’s equality and human rights. The theme for this year is press for progress. Despite progress, societies are still failing women in relation to health, most acutely in poor countries where women are among the poorest in all countries. Nutrition plays a major Read More …
Amenorrhea Prevention – The best way to prevent amenorrhea is to maintain a healthy lifestyle..
Amenorrhea Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be taken: Consume adequate nutrients each day, including vitamins, minerals and protein, to help prevent amenorrhea. Include more iron-rich foods in your diet such as liver, seafood, spinach, soy beans and kidney beans. This prevents nutritional deficiencies such as anemia that could be causing the absence of menstrual bleeding. Use olive oil to cook to aid weight loss and add natural dietary fiber to improve your digestion and metabolism.
Primary amenorrhea – from the beginning and usually lifelong; menstruation never begins at puberty. Secondary amenorrhea – a condition in which menstrual periods which were at one time normal and regular become increasingly abnormal and irregular or absent.
Amenorrhea Symptoms – Headaches, Vision problems, Acne, Excessive, unwanted body hair growth (called hirsutism). Amenorrhea Causes – Lack of reproductive organs, such as uterus, cervix, or vagina, Problems with the pituitary gland, Hormonal imbalance.