Mental Health Effect

How Mental Health Effect On Menstrual Cycle                                                                                                                                                              

 What do you understand from menstrual cycles?

In ordinary language, the periods are called the menstrual cycle. In fact, it discusses the events in the early and late proliferative period of the menstrual cycle, emphasizing the relationship between FSH and estrogens. In other words Girls start periods at the early age to 16 which can be too late.

Common symptoms

  1. Trouble sleeping
  2. Food cravings
  3. Cramps in the lower abdomen and back
  4. Bloating
  5. Tenderness in the breasts
  6. Acne
  7. Moodiness, etc. according to your body

If you are facing this problem like:-

For example:

  • period stops suddenly
  •  bleeding for more days than usual
  •  bleeding more heavily than usual
  •  severe pain during your period
  •  bleeding between periods
  • If sudden feel of sick after using tampons
  • In other words you might be pregnant—for example, you have had sex and your period is at least five days late
  •  However, the period has not returned within three months after stopping birth control pills, and you know you are not pregnant.
  • Have any questions or any doubts about your period or possible pregnancy.
  • Thyroid problem
  • PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome or disorder
  • Uterine fibroid
  • Premenopause or some other issues.

Two types of the thyroid:-

  • Hyperthroidthroidism
  • Hypothyroidism

However, based on the research, we can say that common hormonal imbalance found PCOS and irregular periods, heavy periods of the thyroid, and uterine fibroids related to menstrual cycle problems.


Polycystic ovary syndrome/disorder most common causes of female infertility, affecting 6% to 12% (as many as 5 million). Even, women with PCOS are often insulin resistant (diabetes); their bodies can make insulin but can’t use it impacting, increasing their risk for type 2 diabetes. Not only this they also have higher levels of androgens (male hormones that females also have), Thus, which can stop eggs from being released (ovulation) and beyond the cause irregular periods, acne, thinning scalp hair, and excess hair growth on the face and body.

Main causes:-


From family (genetic)

At insulin resistance (diabetes 2)

Depressive disorder


Poor daily routine

Poor dieting habit

Hypertension (high blood pressure)

Finally the thyroid is also a prevalent disease related to sharp mood swings due to a thyroid hormonal imbalance. Anxiety, panic disorder, shaking hands, low energy, sweating, and feelings of being deeply depressed are attributed to this condition, facing Nervousness Or irritability.

Two types of the thyroid:-

  • Hyperthroidthroidism
  • Hypothyroidism
Symptoms of the thyroid (hyperthyroidism) can include:
  • facing anxiety, irritability, and Nervousness.
  •  Trouble sleeping patterns.
  •  Weight loss.
  • Having an enlarged thyroid gland.
  • Or muscle tremors.
  • Experiencing irregular periods and having menstrual cycle stops.
  • Even if can feel sensitive and heat.
  • Having a vision eye problem or eye irritation.
Symptoms of the thyroid (hypothyroidism) can include:
  • fatigue (feeling tired).
  • Gaining weight.
  • Experiencing forgetfulness.
  • If you’re having a frequent and more than a regular menstrual cycle.
  • Having dry and coarse hair.
  • Having a hoarse voice.
  • In fact, Experiencing an intolerance to cold temperatures.
Two types of the thyroid:-
  • Hyperthroidthroidism
  • Hypothyroidism
Curable by ownself:-
  • Cut down on foods and drinks caffeine, such as coffee, tea, cola, energy drinks, chocolate, and toffees. Caffeine is a mood-altering, swings drug, and it may cause disorder to Increase.
  • Hence, Don’t use drugs and alcohol. Substance abuse increases the risk of anxiety disorders.
  • Eat right and be physical. However brisk aerobic exercises like morning walk and biking help release mind chemicals that cut stress and improve your mood.
  • Get better sleep. Firstly Make getting good rest a priority. Do a relaxing bedtime routine. Inform your doctor if you are still facing trouble in sleeping patterns.
  • Learn to relax. Stress management is the first part of your anxiety disorder treatment plan. Things like meditation, or mindfulness, pranayama (yoga)can help you unwind after a stressful day, make your treatment work better, and be peaceful and calm.
  • Keep a journal. You are writing down your thoughts every day. In the final analysis the day is down may help you relax in the manner of writing, so you’re not tossing and turning with anxious thoughts all night. 
  • Manage your negative thoughts. Additionally think positive thoughts instead of worry; Someones can help decrease anxiety. Social connections help people move on and stay healthy. Also, those who have good friends who support and chat with them have fewer social anxiety levels. And even familiar with the open. However, some people find sharing thoughts and emotions also helpful and uplifting to talk to others those people who are experiencing the same symptoms and feelings. In fact, Self-help or supportive people groups let you share your concerns and achievements with others who are or who have been there. 

Suppose you have to face all these issues and some others. So, you can consult with a gynecologist.

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