Prevention: in common sense approaches
1. Reduce stress by meditation or yoga
Meditation and yoga can help to keep breathing slow and controlled and to relax and energized the body, thus reducing the stress.
2. Avoid intensive exercise
Intensive exercise can reduce estrogen levels, which can lead irregular menstrual cycle including Oligomenorrhea
3. Nutrient deficiency
unhealthy diet can cause deficiency of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B complex and magnesium , leading to Oligomenorrhea.
4. Weight loss
Weight loss too quickly increases the risk of hormonal imbalance that can lead to Oligomenorrhea
5. Moderate drinking
According to the answer to the question of Does alcohol affect menstruation?, Chosen by AskerAppolnia_76 stated that YES it does... in a couple of different ways.First, it inhibits the secretion of the ADH, or anti-diuretic hormone from the pituitary gland in the brain... that's why we pee so much when we drink. You are essentially getting dehydrated, so the blood thickens and your menstrual flow will slow down until you re-hydrate yourself. Second, when you drink hard core, like lots of hard liquor or go on a bender for a few days, you can have extra periods or have skipped or late periods too. the reason for this is it messes up your metabolism and your hormones.
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