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March 26, 2016
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1 Introduction
Estrogen dominance, or a deficiency in progesterone levels, may have a significant impact on women's health.

by Lynn Donn

 

Estrogen dominance is a controversial new theory, which is believed to explain a range of women's health problems, and to offer a safe and effective treatment. A deficiency in progesterone levels, not offset by any reduction in levels of estrogen can happen for a number of reasons, during any stage of a woman's life, including menopause. Estrogen dominance may be the cause of a number of women's health problems, including irregular or difficult menstruation and PMS, infertility, weight gain, ovarian cysts, migraines and breast disease. Some doctors attribute symptoms of menopause to the reduction in progesterone levels, rather than the lack of estrogen as is more commonly believed.

It's perhaps surprising that there is so much debate, controversy and disagreement over causes and treatments of such important and common health issues as menstruation, fertility and menopause. After all, these are health effects experienced by a little over half the population of the world. Your health is the most important thing you have, so it's vital for you to be as well informed as you can about health issues which affect you, and to understand the benefits and potential risks of any treatment before you take it. There's no substitute for a visit to your doctor to obtain individual advice and information. As a supplement, there are plenty of interesting and informative websites, books and publications on women's health issues. Approaches to treating estrogen dominance. Resetting the balance between estrogen and progesterone levels may simply be a matter of changing your diet, and acquiring a few healthy lifestyle habits. A lack of fiber in the diet can reduce the body's capacity to flush out excess estrogen. Eating lots of fiber rich foods like fresh fruit and vegetables and whole grains will help.

Dietary supplements of lecithin, and natural herbs such as black radish, milk thistle and dandelion help stimulate the liver, which is important for flushing out excess estrogen from the body. You can also promote the health of your liver by eating a well balanced diet, and avoiding excess alcohol.

There are natural progesterone creams available, which are easy to apply, and have been shown to be effective in alleviating symptoms of menopause, and reducing the effects of estrogen dominance syndrome.

About the Author

Lynn Donn is the webmaster for http://www.menopause-symptoms-perimenopause.com Her website includes helpful articles on perimenopause and menopause symptoms including hot flashes and night sweats. Site offers suggestions on how to ease symptoms of menopause and perimenopause naturally using black cohosh, soy and natural progesterone cream etc.




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