Womens health and how Magnesium Oil Helps

Part 2

Endometriosis, Perimenopause and Menopause

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a disorder where the tissue that lines the uterus grows outside the uterus and this is very painful. Symptoms are pain during intercourse, UTI’S, Chronic lower back & leg pain, pelvis abdomen rectum and vaginal pain, headaches, chronic digestive issues, yeast infections, hair loss. Irregular, heavy, abnormal painful periods, nausea or constipation, cramping and infertility. Low progesterone and high estrogen levels. Weight fluctuations & gluten intolerance.Magnesium Oil
Magnesium deficiency and estrogen dominance go hand in hand as estrogen eats up magnesium in your body.

Perimenopause

Is the beginning stage of menopause, it is when your body starts to make less estrogen that controls your period. Symptoms can be heavy or lighter bleeding, skipping periods, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, sleep problems and mood changes. You can suffer from forgetfulness, bone loss, fatigue, headaches and breast tenderness.

Menopause and Mag Oil

This is diagnosed when you have not had a period in over 12 months. Magnesium is very important during the menopause when estrogen levels fluctuate, as overtime this increases the risk of heart disease and bone weakness.  Magnesium can help to reduce blood pressure, it lowers the risk of heart attacks and stroke, which when women are in menopause are at higher risk. Low magnesium levels are associated with stress, artery health issues, and may cause spasms, calcification and unwanted blood clots.  Magnesium keeps bones strong and helps with menopausal insomnia.  It can help relieve constipation due to the bowel being sensitive to hormonal fluctuations.
Magnesium deficiency or low magnesium levels are related to all of the women’s health conditions that we have discussed in these blogs today.

Conclusion

Magnesium oil works best if used daily and consistently long term. Our bodies use and eliminate magnesium daily and that is why it is necessary to use magnesium oil daily. It is more absorbable and gentler on the
tummy.
Also look at increasing your magnesium rich foods throughout your cycle.
In the pharmac world the symptoms of PMS are ‘required’ to use medical intervention and this is simply not the case. The fact is that sugar, refined carbs, alcohol, caffeine, stress, and lack of exercise contribute to worsening PMS. Dairy can worsen hormonal imbalances because of the hormones in milk.
Exercise and lower stress factors. Try acupuncture and homeopathy.
Make the effort in trying to clean up your diet, use magnesium oil spray daily, atleast 20 sprays per day massaged into the areas that are problematic or painful or where you can reach.

I hope this information has been helpful for you. If you have any questions regarding these women health issues and magnesium I’m happy to discuss this further.
In the meantime you can purchase 200ml of Lynnys magnesium oil spray for $30, just go to the shop now button at the top of the page

 

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