Primary Dismenor, PMS And Hereditary Problems?
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Based on the data available to date, dimenorrhea or menstrual pain is a condition that is often directed by adolescent women (around 60-90%) and is generally felt in the first 2-5 years after the first menstrual period appears. This condition is also based on data and research, will decrease with age. However, whether your condition must be the same as your mother or grandmother's or not, there is no matter or any examination that can confirm it. As previously stated, the condition will generally decrease with age, and there are several factors that are thought to help reduce the likelihood of developing dysmenorrhea, namely the use of oral contraceptives, sports, being married, and having given birth to many children. However, until now there has been no specific research that states how these things can cause a decrease in this condition, but it is thought to be related to hormonal changes and ovarian cycles. There is enough data and research that states that exercise can indeed help in maintaining the balance of the body's hormones, not only sex hormones, but almost all hormones produced by the body. However, there is no research that states that rarely exercise is one of the causes of disruption of hormonal balance in the body, exercise is just one of several factors that can help regulate, but not as one of the causes of disruption. For the type of exercise itself, there is no exercise that specifically must be done to help regulate sex hormones, all sports if done routinely and not excessive (3-4x per week with an intensity that is in accordance with the body's ability) will definitely help regulate the body's hormones. Do not do excessive exercise because it can also aggravate your homron balance disorder. There are some things you can try to do such as: Keep your diet balanced, and try to eat in frequent but small portions Avoid consuming sweet foods and soft drinks and caffeinated and alcoholic drinks Avoiding things that are if it makes you upset or stressed because this can worsen complaints Exercise (if you feel able) Relaxation Do things that you like or make you happy Don't worry about the symptoms that you experience because it can increase stress and can worsen symptoms what you are experiencing. Henceforth, always follow the advice of the doctor who treats you, because the recommendations must be given on the basis of research and other basics that are valid and accountable, so that these recommendations should help reduce your complaints.