Stress can play a significant role in disrupting menstrual cycle regularity and cause hormonal imbalances. With a more calm and centred mind the effects of stress can be kept under control, allowing for more normalised pituitary gland function and oestrogen production.
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- The problem
Irregular periods aren’t necessarily anything worry about; it’s normal to fluctuate by a few days each month. But they could be a sign that your body is under too much stress. And if you are trying for a baby, it can make things tricky as ovulation is far less predictable.
There are also underlying conditions which could be the cause so it’s always worth consulting your doctor.
- How it affects you
- How can Beeja help?
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“Women's bodies ebb and flow very much like nature, and when they honor their unique cyclical nature, they find more harmony in day-to-day living.”
Nicole Jardim, Health Coach & Nutritionist