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Causes of Irregular Menstrual Cycles
There are many causes of irregular menstrual cycles among women. Normally irregular periods are nothing to be concerned about, but occasionally, they can signal types of menstrual disorders or even health problems. Below is a list of the common causes of irregular menstrual cycles in women.
Stress is the most common of causes of irregular menstrual cycles. When a woman is under pressure at work or home, the stress can affect her health. Women, who experience fatigue, worry, or anxiety can cause their hormones to become unbalanced.
A poor diet over the long term can lead to more than just irregular periods. A poor diet brings about poor health. Extreme weight loss or even weight gain can cause irregular menstrual cycles as well. Women who suffer from anorexia or bulimia often times do not have a period.
Pregnancy is one of the common causes of irregular menstrual cycles. If you become pregnant, your body will produce various hormones that will put an end to your periods.
Extreme exercise can cause various types of menstrual disorders including irregular or missed periods. Some marathon runners who train year round have claimed to never have a period. Exercise is often used as a means of natural PMS control but should not be overdone unless advised by a physician.
Birth control pills are often prescribed by a doctor as a means of natural PMS control. Although synthetic and not natural they do help in regulated a woman’s period. At times birth control can cause irregular periods.
The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.
|Menstrual Disorders29 Nov 2009|