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The menstrual cycle is a biological process in which women's hormone levels rise and decrease. It begins when a person is 12 to 15 years old and ends when they are 45 to 55 years old. Bleeding commonly occurs throughout the menstruation and lasts two to seven days.
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A normal menstrual cycle, on the other hand, is the result of various circumstances. Period problems can be caused by major health conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, but they are also caused by common items in many cases. Here are some of the causes that can cause your periods to be disrupted.
Because your body needs to heal from the condition, you may have a late or skipped period if you are sick. Also, if you have hypothyroidism, you will experience greater cramps and a heavier flow during your period. To keep your period in check and stay healthy, pay attention to your body.
2. Over Stress.
Your periods will be affected if you are stressed. Because there is a link between your body and mind, when you are stressed, your body prioritizes the brain and shuts down activities such as ovulation. Missed, light, or late periods may result as a result of this.
3. Exercising Too Hard.
Exercising too much can disrupt your menstrual cycle. It can make your period lighter than usual or cause you to skip it entirely. This occurs because excessive exercise causes your fat to melt away, and a certain quantity of fat is essential for ovulation.
4. Drinking Too Much Alcohol.
Excessive drinking might also lead to irregular periods. Alcohol can cause an increase in estrogen levels, which prevents the growth of follicles and the ovulation process. Even if you only drink one to five drinks each day, it can cause problems with your periods.
5. Over Weight.
Your menstrual cycle may be disrupted if you gain weight. With more fat cells, estrogen levels rise, which causes ovulation to stop. Despite the fact that the ovaries do not produce eggs, the uterine lining thickens. When you receive your period, this can cause a lot of bleeding. Women who are overweight have longer, more infrequent, and heavier periods.
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