Alternative Therapies for Premenstrual Syndrome

Curing Premenstrual Tension Naturally

Curing Premenstrual Tension Naturally

Is Moodiness, Pain and Bloating Paralyzing Your Life In the Days Leading Up to Your Period? Just what is premenstrual tension also known as PMS anyway and why does it cause most women so much misery?

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Curing Premenstrual Tension Naturally

Premenstrual tension can be a baffling for other people to watch and emotionally painful for the woman who is experiencing. Many women find themselves emotionally confused by the process and at the mercy of many different distressing symptoms at once. It can be excruciating! In this ebook you'll learn: The prevalence of premenstrual tension in this society and why even women as young as thirteen can experience it. How the days leading up to your period are affected by fluctuating hormone levels and how to predict when your symptoms will be worse. How the levels of progesterone in your body can especially contribute to mood swings, bloating and other problems associated with premenstrual tension. How your levels of serotonin, the feel good chemical in your brain, might be affecting your ability to weather the days leading up to your period and what you can do to elevate this hormone. How your family history may predict whether or not you are likely to suffer from Pms. How one's general health can affect how well you adjust to the discomfort of premenstrual symptoms. How your personality type can impact how you deal with having your period. Why sexual intercourse seems more uncomfortable when you have Pms. How dramatic falls in estrogen levels work to cause your face to flush and make you feel uncomfortable and anxious in the days leading up to your period. How falling estrogen levels can cause you to have a fever and start sweating for no reason. How to deal with the onset of skin problems like acne. How to deal with the painful swelling breasts that can be one of the symptoms of Pms. How changes in hormones can affect every single organ in your body. What single activity you can do every day to deal with the weight gain associated with Pms. Why some women suffer changes in memory or attention span as their estrogen levels drop. How to deal with the insomnia and night sweats that are part of menopause. How certain across the counter remedies can actually make your problem worse!

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Critiques Of Dependence And Abuse

Homophobia contributed to this diagnosis, critics suggest that sexism has contributed to other categories. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder, a clinical description of the common notion of premenstrual syndrome, appears in the DSM-IV. Obviously, the category can only apply to women. Even if premenstrual syndrome exists, its inclusion as a mental disorder could have extensive

Family Verbenaceae Jaume St Hilaire 1805 nom conserv the Verbena Family

Pharmaceutical interest A common example of Verbenaceae is Lantana camara (yellow sage, common Lantana), the fruits of which have been responsible for children poisoning. The toxic principles are pentacyclic triterpene derivatives, lantadene A and B which provoke cholestasis, hepatic necrosis, gastroenteritis with bloody, watery feces, weakness, paralysis of the limbs and death in three to four days. Another example is Tectona grandis L. f., commercially known as teak wood. The dried leaves of Aloysia triphylla (LHerit.) Britt. (Lippia citriodorata H.B. and K.) or lemon verbena is used to treat digestive and nervous ailments. Verbena officinalis L. (French Pharmacopoeia) is traditionally used to promote urination and to soothe inflamed skin. This was known at the time of the Roman emperor Theodosius (4th century AD) to remove tumors. Vitex agnus-castus L. (chaste tree) has been used medicinally since the Greek time, and is still used to treat premenstrual syndrome and menopause....

Pharmaceutical interest

Oestrogenic properties Note that a number of plants classified within the genus Vitex are used to control birth and to treat gynecological disorders. Most of these contain ecdysteroids, the hormonal and especially gynecological effect of which remains to be clarified. Clinical trials show that the fruits of Vitex agnus-castus are effective in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome (Schellenberg R et a ., 2001). Note that ecdysteroids are structurally close to our steroid hormones and are anabolic (Fig. 306).

General adverse effects

Under the headline Still time for rational debate about vitamin B6'' the controversial debate on the safety of pyridoxine has been revived (8). Pyridoxine is marketed for stress in general, for depression associated with premenstrual syndrome and oral contraceptives, and for carpal tunnel syndrome, although it is doubtful that it has more than a placebo effect. It is legitimately prescribed in general deficiency states in doses starting at 150 mg day. Adverse events include sensory neuropathy at oral doses about 2-3 g day or more. In a systematic review on the efficacy of pyridoxine in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome, adverse effects were reported in 63 patients (6.7 ) (see Table 1) (14). In another study of 940 women one had a neuropathy associated with pyridoxine toxicity (15). Table 1 Adverse effects of pyridoxine in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome

General Information

The possibility that mental illness may be alleviated by biogenic amine precursors is an appealing one (SEDA-4, 18). Tryptophan is a naturally-occurring essential amino acid, which has been advocated as an innocuous health food for the treatment of depression, insomnia, stress, behavioral disorders, and premenstrual syndrome. The availability of amino acids in health food stores and a contemporary interest in natural remedies led to reported widespread use of tryptophan to treat depression. It was estimated in 1976 that up to that time several hundred patients with affective disorders had been studied, with results reported in at least 21 papers (1). However, the results of clinical trials with l-trypto-phan in the treatment of depressive disorders are inconsistent (2).

Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number 8007930 Formal Names Atropa belladonna

Belladonna substances can ease premenstrual syndrome. They can reduce spasms in smooth muscles of the digestive tract, but they cause tremors or stiffness in other muscles. Heart rate is accelerated. Migraine headaches can lessen. An experiment showed that belladonna can reduce breathing abnormalities in infants. Some medical traditions have used belladonna for reducing sweat and other secretions and against tonsilitis, meningitis, scarlet fever, whooping cough, and epilepsy. At one time medical practitioners gave belladonna to fight Parkinson's disease and drug addiction, but those treatments have been superseded by others. Belladonna preparations have modern usage against vesico-ureteral reflux, a condition in which urine flows back toward the kidney from the bladder. Caregivers have administered belladonna to treat various pains, ranging from kidney stones to sore throat. Belladonna powders and cigarettes have been used against asthma. The natural product is considered effective...

General adverse reactions

There are clear differences of opinion about the use of androgens in women. An Australian reviewer has argued that women may have symptoms secondary to androgen deficiency and that prudent'' androgen replacement can be effective in relieving both the physical and psychological symptoms of such insufficiency (13). The reviewer suggested that testosterone replacement for women is safe, with the caveat that doses should be restricted to the therapeutic window for androgen replacement in women, such that the beneficial effects on well-being and quality of life are achieved without incurring undesirable virilizing effects. The predominant symptom of women with androgen deficiency is claimed to be loss of sexual desire after a premature or natural menopause, while other indications for androgens include premenopausal iatro-genic androgen deficiency states, glucocorticoid-induced bone loss, management of wasting syndromes, and possibly premenopausal bone loss, premenopausal loss of libido,...

Alprazolam

This calming and sleep-inducing substance is probably the most frequently prescribed drug in the benzodiazepine class. Alprazolam is used mainly to help persons suffering from panic attacks and other anxiety disorders, but it is not recommended for posttraumatic stress disorder. The compound can dramatically lessen premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and is routinely given to women of child-bearing age. Improvement of PMS is not invariable, however, and two careful experiments yielded results showing little benefit. Theoretical reasons and results from a rat experiment suggest that alprazolam may help maintain bone mass. That action may be especially important to athletes and elderly women, who commonly suffer loss of bone mass an affliction making breakage easier. The drug has been tested as an asthma treatment with encouraging results, though reasons for success are unclear. Some researchers believe the drug has potential in diabetes control. In an experiment measuring alprazolam's...

Neurosteroids

Steroid Synthesis Brain

There is no doubt that steroids have behavioural effects. Given clinically in the therapy of inflammatory conditions, the glucocorticoids are considered to produce euphoria, followed after prolonged or higher dosing by depression and, of course, when we are stressed the corticocosteroids pumped out by the adrenal cortex easily enter the brain and may initiate some of the behavioural response. In women the premenstrual syndrome (irritability, depression and anxiety) is thought to be associated in some way with progesterone since not only does its concentration rise then fall during that time but in post-menopausal women the use of sequential oestrogen and progestogen hormone replacement therapy (HRT) shows that similar mood changes accompany only the addition of progestogen. More specifically, in women with epilepsy while the incidence of seizures decreases when plasma progesterone is high, it increases during the immediate premenstrual period as progesterone levels fall, rather as...

Synthesis

Steps Synthesis Tryptophan Images

Transport of tryptophan across the blood-brain barrier and neuronal membranes relies on a specific carrier for large neutral amino acids (LNAAs). Thus, although an increase in the relative concentration of plasma tryptophan, either through dietary intake or its reduced metabolism in a diseased liver, increases its transport into the brain, other LNAAs (such as leucine, isoleucine or valine) can compete for the carrier. This process forms the basis of an intriguing theory linking the intake of carbohydrates in the diet with an individual's mood. It is known that consumption of carbohydrates increases secretion of insulin which, in addition to its well-known glucostatic role, promotes uptake of LNAAs by peripheral tissues. However, it seems that tryptophan is less affected by insulin than the other LNAAs in this respect and so its relative concentration in the plasma increases, thereby increasing its transport into the brain (see Rouch, Nicolaidis and Orosco 1999). The resulting...

Oenothera biennis

The seeds of Oenothera biennis (evening primrose, fever plant, king's cure-all, night willow herb, scabish, sundrop, tree primrose) yield evening primrose oil, which contains gamma-linolenic acid and has been used in various disorders, such as atopic eczema, premenstrual syndrome, and benign breast pain, but is probably not efficacious (1,2).