Women’s health and Magnesium Oil (part 1)
This blog is going to be a discussion about birth control pills, PMS – premenstrual syndrome, PCOS – polycystic ovarian syndrome, (part 2)endometriosis, perimenopause and menopause and the links that these women’s health problems have in relation to magnesium.
Birth Control Pills:
Studies show that birth control pills deplete some vitamins and minerals including magnesium. You may notice you have a low mood or low energy levels or your brain is not working as it normally would do. You need magnesium in order to build neurotransmitters and to detox your estrogen because when you are taking the pill you take that big dose of estrogen and you can’t get that out of your body properly with low levels or are deficient in magnesium. Whether you have a history of taking birth control pills or are coming off birth control pills I would highly recommend using magnesium oil daily to help regulate your magnesium levels in your body.Remember the small signs of magnesium deficiency like a twitching eye, calf and legs cramps, sore feet or fatigue. You may also want to consider reducing the future risk of pregnancy related concerns like high blood pressure, restless leg syndrome and nausea.
Magnesium deficiency increases both the function of smooth muscle and the level of prostaglandins which are the inflammatory compounds which drive period pain. PMS happens during the menstrual cycle and is typically between ovulation and a period. Symptoms include mood swings, tender or lumpy breasts, food cravings especially sugar cravings, cramps, headaches, acne, insomnia, depression, bloating, fatigue, constipation, muscle and joint pain alongside stomach pain and even cardiovascular issues. It is estimated that 80 to 90% of women experience symptoms of PMS, magnesium levels naturally drop right around the time you experience symptoms of PMS. It has been well researched that the underlying cause of PMS is a deficiency in magnesium. It was demonstrated that magnesium has the highest effectiveness on the severity of cramps, depression, cravings & anxiety symptoms. Magnesium helps to balance your hormone levels, it calms the nervous system, lowers cortisol and reduces stress.
Magnesium relieves the depression of premenstrual syndrome by positively influencing serotonin activity naturally. Diet & lifestyle factors play an important role in menstrual symptoms. The replacement of magnesium in the body will treat PMS and cause no side effects.
Is a hormonal disorder and causes enlarged ovaries with small fluid filled cysts. Symptoms include irregular or heavy bleeding, obesity, excessive hair growth or hair loss, acne, insulin resistance, skin infections, candidiasis and infertility. PCOS is associated with insulin resistance and as we know in our recent blogs about diabetes, magnesium is needed in your body for water balance and many other functions such as, glucose, insulin and blood pressure. Women with PCOS are 19 times more likely to be deficient in magnesium.
The physiology behind PCOS, the more body weight you have the less ovulation you have which leads to higher infertility rates. There is also a close link to insulin resistance leading to type 2 diabetes. Testosterone is produced by the adrenal glands and ovaries, when you have too much testosterone it is coming from your ovaries. Studies show that when you have higher insulin in your body you have more testosterone and this can affect your liver. Diet and lifestyle do play a role in PCOS and magnesium levels.
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