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coMra Therapy For Reproductive Issues And Progesterone Deficiency

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Have you noticed changes in your monthly period with increased premenstrual symptoms, brown spotting and shorter luteal phase. Progesterone is vital for a healthy pregnancy and many women have problems with conception due to decreased levels of this hormone. If there is not enough progesterone produced by the corpus luteum, the chances for pregnancy are very low. Usually, with age there is a more notable change in the hormonal balance in women leading to fertility issues, painful periods and irregular menstruation.

Symptoms and body signs

Your menstrual cycle is an indicator to your overall health and if there is something wrong with it, could be a sign that a hormonal imbalance is going on unnoticed. Headaches, migraines, mood swings, hot flashes, anxiety and depression are linked to estrogen dominance. Some other signs could be excessive bleeding, weight gain, fibrocystic breasts, fibroids, endometriosis, gall bladder issues and even thyroid dysfunction. So, the combination of all the above symptoms basically shows that it is almost impossible for you to get pregnant. At least, not until you fix the hormones production and restore the natural balance of your body.

coMra therapy for reproductive issues

As your body has its own inner intelligence you need to avoid aggressive chemicals and procedures. Focus instead on therapies that will gently support it. A great way to do this is to apply coMra therapy for two weeks then rest and repeat if needed. In the Gynaecology section of the coMra user guide, you will find different treatment courses which address the reproductive problems. As the high stress levels are one of the most common causes for hormonal issues, the Universal Treatments 5 and 7 will also be very beneficial to treat reproductive issues. All of the coMra protocols could be applied as a prevention too.

Zinc and vitex

If you experience hormonal imbalance, then you need to fill in the depots in your body of zinc. Before taking it as a supplement, you can try natural sources like beans, legumes, nuts, seeds and oats. These foods are also rich in proteins and other vital for your health substances like vitamins, omega fatty acids and other minerals. Vitex is a very powerful herb that can help you regulate the menstrual cycle by stimulating the production of luteinizing hormone and to lengthen the luteal phase.

Magnesium

Magnesium is also essential for your body and its deficiency will disturb the production of follicle stimulating, luteinizing and thyroid hormones. It also regulates your blood sugar levels, cortisol production and acts as a sleep aid. The high levels of cortisol can cause various issues while your body produces it as a priority when you experience stress. The natural sources of magnesium are bananas, avocados, dried fruits, whole grains, dark leafy greens, seeds and even dark chocolate.

*If you cannot find your condition in the coMra User Guide, please write to us at info@comra-palm.com and we will provide all the needed information to support your healing journey.

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