What Is Heavy Bleeding During Periods?
Heavy bleeding during periods occurs when you lose so much blood that you have to change pads or tampons several times an hour. You may also be experiencing heavy bleeding if your menstrual cycle regularly causes you to be too weak to perform your normal activities. Finally, you may be experiencing excessively heavy bleeding if you have to get out of bed to change pads or tampons during the night or are too weak to get out of the bed in the morning.
If you are loosing excessive amounts of blood during your period it can be stopped, even if your doctor says that it is just normal for you! Think about this, dogs and other animals bleed so little during a menstrual cycle that it generally goes unnoticed. You can make that your normal as well!
Stop Heavy Bleeding During Periods
At Optimum Health, we stop heavy bleeding during periods by trying to work in harmony with what your body will try to do to minimize the bleeding. Isn’t that the most logical starting point? It is well-known that the body uses vitamin A to control the amount of blood released during the menstrual cycle. Beta-carotene, the form of vitamin A that should be taken, gets converted into vitamin A which is then used to help minimize the flow of blood during your period. It is with this in mind that the first thing to try should be increasing the amount of beta-carotene in your diet. Doesn’t it make sense to consider this possibility before taking medicines that have harmful side effects?
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