An abnormal menstrual cycle is one that last longer than three days. How long is a normal menstrual cycle? A normal menstrual cycle should be ONLY 3 days long. Typically, you spot one day, bleed the next and spot the last day. If your menstrual cycle is more than 3 days long, there may be a problem. Your body uses B vitamins to turn off your menstrual cycle’s flow of blood. Without the proper balance and amount of B vitamins, your body may be unable to turn off your flow of blood on the third day leading to a menstrual cycle that is too long. It really is just that simple.
How to Stop an Abnormal Menstrual Cycle:
Stop an abnormal menstrual cycle by adding the needed B vitamins to turn off the flow of blood on the third day. Eat extra B vitamin rich foods like salmon, broccoli, bell peppers and whole grains. It may serve you well to take a B vitamin supplement also. You may want to try one of the 3 that we recommend since taking a B vitamin supplement that does not respect the way the B vitamins are found in food can cause your menstrual flow to be LONGER than it should be. We recommend Herbal Healer’s B 100 which can be purchased at or through our healthcare center. New Sun’s B Complex and Shaklee’s B Complex are also very good. New Sun will sell to you directly through the internet. Shaklee’s B Complex can be purchased through your local Shaklee distributor though it cost significantly more.
How to Stop an Abnormal Menstrual Cycle: Stress
Stop an abnormal menstrual cycle by decreasing your stress level. Could it be that easy? Absolutely. Stress can drastically increase the rate that you use B vitamins. Therefore, stress can use up your B vitamins not leaving you enough to turn off your menstrual cycle on the third day. If lowering your stress level is not an option, then increase the B vitamin rich food mentioned above may help.
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