Every woman goes through menstruation problems at one time or another, though the degree or say severity of pain may vary from person to person. For some of us it is a cause of great discomfort which hinders the day to day life. Please remember that no cycle is perfect 28 days, periods coming 7 days before or after your periods is absolutely fine.
Here are some of the home remedies for irregular periods :
- Papaya – Unripe papaya contains the enzymes called “papain” which suppresses progesterone, a hormone used to prepare the uterus for conception and maintain pregnancy.
- Cinnamon – The warming effect of cinnamon reduces menstrual cramps and helps regulate periods. Studies have shown that cinnamon improves menstrual cyclicality in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
- Hibiscus Flower – Hibiscus flower helps balance the oestrogen and progesterone level in the body and regulate the monthly cycle.
- Aloe Vera – Research shows that aloe vera can stimulate the ovaries to develop mature eggs. Aloe vera also helps balance hormones and promote a regular menstrual cycle.
- Apple Cider Vinegar – Apple cider vinegar reduces the insulin and blood sugar levels that help regulate the periods naturally.
- Ginger – Ginger helps regulate monthly periods in women. It promotes menstruation flow and also receives the unbearable pain.
- Vitamin C – Vitamin C contributes to the production of oestrogen that build the uterine lining that is shed during your period.
- Black Cohosh – An imbalance of phytoestrogens is a common cause of irregular periods. Phytoestrogens present in this back cohosh tea normalises the working of hormones in the body.
- Chaste Berry – It is one of the best herbs for regulating your menstrual cycle. The active ingredient found chaste tree regularises the working of the pituitary gland and balance the hormonal discharge from the ovaries.
- Yarrow Tea – Yarrow flowers can be used to treat a menses problem. Yarrow has analgesic properties and may be used for menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea). It will help those women who have very heavy periods, reducing the bleeding.
If the problem persists, please visit a gynaecologist for more help.