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"The body is a great healer. The magnificent, perfect creation is qualified to heal itself in most cases"Wayne W. Dyer
Women have been endowed by the nature of three complex physiological processes that have no equivalent in the body of man: menstruation, pregnancy and menopause. All these changes can be cause and the framework of a series of problems derived from stress.
- 1 Premenstrual Syndrome
- 2 The pregnancy
- 3 Menopause or climacteric
Research has recently begun to document something that women have always known: that the premenstrual tension or syndrome is a reality. Its symptoms can be: headaches, anxiety, nervousness, decreased sexual desire, fatigue, depression, mood swings, kidney pain, belly pain, aggressiveness, allergic reactions, digestive disorders, fluid retention and swelling, among others. .
The following case is not unique: "I get angry and irritable as my period approaches, irritable in every way. I can't stand the heat, the noises or even the arguments with my son. And then there's the pain of head. It comes to me 3 days before my period and it lasts 2 days later. "
It is likely that the triggers of these symptoms are in the woman's own body since the menstrual cycle is extremely complex representing the start-up of the entire reproductive system. If we add to this the symptoms of stress, those of premenstrual tension They will get worse. And if the woman is also in her environment with an attitude of skepticism about her premenstrual tension problem and with a lack of understanding, the stress will get worse.
Pregnancy means change and the stress of change often causes female stress symptoms. If you are a mother, remember how many things changed in your life during pregnancy. The most obvious changes were those that occurred in your body and perhaps in the contemplation of your own appeal. In general, what is expected of motherhood is as far from reality as a cartoon is drawn from life; The problems and disappointments that this may lead to constitute another element of women's stress. Prematernity is a psychic period, not a period of time. It can begin before conception, during pregnancy or even when labor has already begun. Tension appears, which draws energy from the joy of waiting and aggravates the symptoms of stress Feminine during postpartum. Be that as it may, there comes a time when motherhood is associated with fear. Postpartum depression usually remits when the new mother returns home and to her usual environment, when she sees that she can control the situation, and when she discovers that her body's chemistry is readjusting.
Menopause or climacteric
The menopause It represents a milestone in the path of aging. The perspective of aging is depressing for women, the loss of fertility makes women irritable and also, when a woman becomes older her sexual desire decreases. But many women do not experience menopause as a symptom of aging, loss of sexual desire or loss of fertility; for many it is not depressing but quite the opposite, it is lived as a liberation since they are no longer in danger of becoming pregnant and can fully enjoy their sexuality. With menopause comes a ritual of passage to a period of individual elections, of changes decided by the woman herself, free of premenstrual tensions and of postpartum depressions, free of pre-maternal anxieties and full of post-maternal relaxation.
The depression and the stressThey are not exclusive to bodily changes such as menstruation, pregnancy and menopause. Many times, these moods coincide with bodily changes just because they all occur at the same time in life and not because the moods have been caused by physical changes.