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Endometriosis natural remedies

Endometriosis natural remedies and home cures can be pretty effective if correctly used. Listed below are some of the home remedies which are recognized as effective methods for endometriosis:

Juice Therapy
Fresh Fruit and vegetable juices are recommended for endometriosis. Try juice therapy – dark grape, mango, papaya and pineapple juices.
Drink fresh fruit and vegetable juices maintained at room temperature.

Ice Pack or a Heating Pad
Place an ice pack or heating pad on the lower abdominal area. This will give relief in the symptom.

Ginger Tea
Nausea is often a troublesome situation in endometriosis. Ginger tea could relieve the nausea that can occur with endometriosis. It is suggested that ginger can reduce the level of prostaglandin hormone (that activates cramps, pain, etc) in the body. This can help in treating menstrual cramps and pain. It is recommended to drink a cup of ginger tea twice every day for about a month. This is well tested and affective homemade remedy for treating nausea in the endometriosis.

Vegetables and Flaxseeds
There is evidence that a group of plant chemicals called flavones can inhibit aromatase, the enzyme that converts androgens to estrogens. Good food sources of flavones are celery and parsley.

ENDOMETRIOSIS NATURAL REMEDIES

ENDOMETRIOSIS NATURAL REMEDIES

Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, and bok choy, contain compounds called indoles, which appear to improve estrogen metabolism.

Flaxseeds are high in lignans and fiber, which have been found to be beneficial for estrogen-related conditions.
Try to include vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, bok choy and kale in your daily menu. These vegetables are having indoles which are tending to improve the estrogen metabolism.

Including flaxseeds and estrogen friendly vegetables like broccoli, cabbages and Brussels sprouts in your meals will give you an opportunity to try out one of the best natural remedies for endometriosis as well.

Warm Bath or Heating Pad
Warm Bath and/or Heating Pad are well known as an effective method for the Treatment of Endometriosis. Taking a warm bath can relieve muscle spasms and alleviate cramping pain, thereby treating endometriosis. As an alternative, it is possible also place the heating pad on the lower abdomen. This can also relieve cramping pain of endometriosis.

Hydrotherapy
A contrast sitz bath is often recommended by alternative practitioners for endometriosis. It is a home remedy and has not been studied.
A contrast sitz bath involves sitting in a small basin or tub filled with hot water for three minutes, then getting up and sitting in another basin filled with cool water for one minute. The hot water-cold water cycle is repeated another 3 times. It is not usually done during menstruation.

Omega-3 Fatty Acid
Experts suggest that omega-3 fatty acid fishes such as salmon, mackerel, herrings, sardines, anchovies can reduce the level of prostaglandin hormone in the body. Omega-3 fatty acids are also available in fish oil capsules, which may be the preferable form because good brands contain minimal amounts of PCBs and dioxins. This can help in treating endometriosis. One might include such fishes in regular diet to treat endometriosis.

Several studies have found that omega-3 fatty acids may be beneficial for people with endometriosis. For example, an animal study by the University of Western Ontario found that fish oil containing two specific compounds, EPA and DHA, can relieve pain by decreasing levels of an inflammatory chemical called prostaglandin E2. Researchers also found that fish oil could slow the growth of endometrial tissue.

Calcium-Rich Food
Calcium-Rich Food for the Treatment of Endometriosis is recommended. Clients with endometriosis can take about 800 mg of calcium in their daily diet to treat endometriosis. Some calcium-rich foods are nuts, milk, salmon, tofu, spinach, broccoli, baked beans, etc. It is suggested that deficiency of calcium especially during menstruation can lead to muscular cramps. Calcium can treat muscular cramp caused due to endometriosis by maintaining normal muscle tone.

Magnesium-Rich Food
Experts suggest that magnesium can help in increasing the capacity of our body to absorb calcium, thereby relieving menstrual cramp. This is why the magnesium-rich food is recommended during endometriosis.
Endometriosis clients should include foods such as whole wheat flour, tofu, buckwheat, salmon, vegetables, nuts, etc. in daily diet to treat endometriosis.

Bacterial or yeast overgrowth
William Crook, author of “The Yeast Connection” believed there was a strong connection between endometriosis and candida yeast overgrowth.

A study by the Woman’s Hospital of Texas examined 50 women with endometriosis and found that 40 women showed bacterial overgrowth. After eight weeks of treatment, here was a significant reduction in symptoms.

Exercises, Regular walk
Exercises definitely help relieving the symptoms of endometriosis. Latest studies reveal that certain yoga posture and breathing technique like ‘Pranayama’ helps treating the endometriosis.

Exercise regularly. It will reduce the estrogen levels and hence slow down the growth of endometriosis.
It is also suggested that regular walking can promote circulation of pelvic organs and reduce scar tissue build up. This might help in relieving symptoms of endometriosis.

Herbs
Herbs such as cramp bark, chaste berry, cohosh and false unicorn root relieve symptoms of endometriosis.
Certain Ayurvedic herbs like Ashwagandha, Kumari, Ashoka and Jeeraka are also considered to be good and effective home remedy for endometriosis.

Leaves and flowers
Leaves and flowers of rosemary, leaves and roots of dandelion, milk thistle seeds and vervain herb are effective in improving hormone metabolism and bile-bowel function.
To restore the hormonal level, metabolism and bile-bowel function it is recommended to take leaves and flowers of rosemary, leaves and roots of dandelion, vervain herb and milk thistle seeds. They are proven to be beneficial in condition like endometriosis.

 


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