Irregular menstruation is a common problem among mothers who have just given birth, overweight girls and women who have polycystic ovary syndrome. If you are not comfortable with it, deal with it naturally so that your menstrual cycle is regular every month.
One woman menstruates on average after every 28 days while another may menstruate between 21 and 35 days. However, if a woman does not experience menstruation in this duration, her menstrual cycle is said to be irregular or disturbed.
Here are some natural ways to make your menstrual period delayed, as reported by onlymyhealth, Wednesday (1/16/2013), including:
- Tea and spices
Blend herbs such as coriander, ginger and tea leaves to make a paste. If you don't like the taste of this mixture, add lemon, honey or milk to taste better.
Cook the food by adding a few spoonfuls of the paste as additional seasoning. Herbalists recommend that you use fresh herbs to make pasta.
2. Changes in diet
Keep away from spicy foods and reduce consumption of fried foods, can help you cope with irregular periods. Also limit consumption of sweets and sweet foods such as chocolate and cakes.
Being overweight can be a reason why a person's menstrual cycle is irregular and therefore, changes in eating patterns can help prevent weight gain and the resulting menstrual problems. In addition, avoid drinking caffeinated drinks and alcohol.
3. Ginger and fennel seeds
Drinking ginger with honey twice a day on a regular basis will help regulate the menstrual cycle. Fennel seeds with a refreshing mint flavor are also considered effective natural remedies for irregular periods.
4. Radish and butter milk
Blend the radishes and add a little water, then mix the turnip paste with butter milk. Drink this mixture every day in the morning to improve your condition. Drink when the stomach is empty to get the best results.
5. Parsley leaf
juice Drinking fresh parsley juice at least once a day can help regulate the menstrual cycle.
6. Sugarcane juice
Drinking sugar cane juice one to two weeks before the menstrual cycle that you usually get will also help get regular menstruation.
Apart from doing home remedies to overcome the disrupted menstrual cycle, you also need to live a stress-free life and get enough rest. In addition, avoid doing strenuous exercise for more than 30 minutes a day, because it can disrupt the balance of hormones that cause irregular periods.
- 7. Coriander
Coriander seeds are believed to stimulate the menstrual cycle to be more regular.
The trick: boil 1 teaspoon whole coriander seeds in two cups of water, boil until only one glass of water remains, strain the seeds, and drink coriander water three times a day for several days before your menstrual cycle arrives.
- 8. Young papaya
Young and green papaya can normalize irregular menstrual cycles because of the nature of the emmenagogue.
In addition, young papaya can also trigger proper contractions of the uterine muscle fibers. To achieve optimal results, consume young papaya for 2 months.
However, avoid consuming young papaya when you are menstruating.
- 9. Cinnamon
Cinnamon is believed to help reduce menstrual cramps and restore the menstrual cycle.
In Chinese medicine, cinnamon is said to have a powerful warming effect in the body.
Cinnamon also contains hydroxychalcone, which is an active compound that is effective in regulating insulin and influencing menstruation regularly.
The trick is also easy, you only need to put 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon powder in a glass of warm milk or tea.
Drink the mixture for several weeks.
- 10. Aloe vera
Aloe vera can increase the production of hormones that are responsible for normalizing the menstrual cycle.
To use it, cut the two leaves of Aloe vera first, then take the juice. Mix aloe vera juice with 1 tablespoon honey.
Drink the concoction for three months to get the best results, but do not drink when you are menstruating huh!