Ovarian cysts - the invisible threat
In fact, most of the complaints of women about their appearance is not due to their innate vanity, and have a direct connection with serious health problems and hormonal imbalances. Hormones govern every function of our bodies. Their balance is crucial for health, energy and longevity us. We can imagine them as messengers that pass through the bloodstream coordinate complex processes of immunity, fertility, metabolism, puberty, menopause.
When the dance of hormones out of rhythm
At the peak of their reproductive capabilities today young women used hormonal contraceptives to prevent unwanted pregnancy. And delaying first childbirth years ago. Nowadays, from puberty until the end of life prescribed synthetic hormones - such as birth control pills for acne treatment in painful menstruation, to somehow implied therapies at the onset of menopause. The female body is regulated by supplying artificial hormones, but can not break down the way that are digested in the body's natural, and turn into toxins. Our everyday life is "full" also psevdohormoni - look plastic water bottle, from which you drink. Its flexibility is due to substances such as bisphenol A, falling within the body and mimic female hormones such as upset the balance of the body. What you need to know to help this delicate balance?
How is it diagnosed
Ovarian Cyst may have no symptoms, but there may be changes in the menstrual cycle, is felt by weight and a dull ache to sharp cutting pain, even leading to loss of consciousness. This can happen when a sharp deterioration (with rupture of the cyst for example). Causes of cysts are hormonal disorders, some inflammatory diseases and infections.
Polycystic ovaries are an expression of hormonal disease. Because symptoms are diverse and often difficult diagnosis. May include: irregular periods menstruation, acne, obesity, mood swings, unusual, excessive hair growth, thinning hair or hair loss, dark spots on the skin, irregular pelvic pain, moderate to severe depression, increased male hormones blood, infertility, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome (diabetes, hypertension etc.).
There are many factors that predispose to the development of polycystic ovary syndrome: genetic, exposure to synthetic estrogens, insulin resistance. The disease attacks usually between 15 and 25 years of age, but often found only between the ages of 25 and 38, when women seek help because of problems with conception. These are some of the patients of Countess Angelika Volfskiyl, naturopath and Dr. Schüssler therapist from Germany, which has over 30 years of successful practice natural methods of treatment. Volfskiyl used homeopathy, iris diagnostics, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine. For the fifth consecutive year it will give lectures in Bulgarian cities, this time to give specific advice on natural methods of treatment of gynecological diseases, such as ovarian cysts, endometriosis, vaginal discharge and fungal infections, menstrual irregularities, fibroids, uterine polyps, complaints associated with menopause and others.