Natural remedies and the use of herbal remedies have meanwhile found their way more and more into the field of women’s health. Especially in this area, natural medicine offers the possibility of treatment without interfering with the hormonal balance of the woman. In the following overview I would like to introduce you to this aspect of gynaecology.

When the Period Comes – Premenstrual Syndrome

Many women suffer to a greater or lesser extent in the time before their period. Strong mood swings and indisposition occur. In addition, there are often physical complaints such as painful breasts, bloating and weight gain. In all these cases, it is most likely premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

The cause is an imbalance in the hormone balance. Particularly in the 2nd half of the cycle, the symptoms become more intense. The natural healing methods of gynaecology can help to bring your body back into balance.

The Menopausal Symptoms

The menopause (climacteric) is a different but important stage of life for every woman. Many women find it difficult to get used to these changes in their bodies. It is characteristic of this time that the mind and soul are also involved in this process. The climacteric is divided into four stages:

  1. Pre-menopause: Time before the actual menopause. It begins between the ages of 40 and 50.
  2. Peri-menopause: The last one to two years before the menopause.
  3. Menopause: This time is defined by the last spontaneous menstrual period and occurs on average around the age of 51.
  4. Post-menopause: The phase at the end of which the hormonal changes have come to an end. This period can extend up to the age of 65.

The menopause is experienced differently by every woman. For example, many women have hardly any complaints and continue to feel well. Others suffer from milder complaints. However, there are also known cases that are accompanied by severe health disorders and a reduced quality of life.

These can be the typical symptoms:

  • Severe hot flushes and increased sweating.
  • Spontaneous occurrence of rapid heartbeat and palpitations
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Changes in the skin and mucous membranes
  • Psychological disorders

Natural Medicine as a Component of Gynaecology

The progression of the menopause is partly due to predisposition, but many other factors also play a major role in gynaecology. However, by specifically influencing factors that have a negative effect, you are able to eliminate these complaints or alleviate them to a large extent.

In my practice, I will analyse your complaints in a personal consultation and select the appropriate treatment option. The following procedures are used in the treatment of gynaecological clinical pictures:

In my practice, I will analyse your complaints in a personal consultation and select the appropriate treatment option. The following procedures are used in the treatment of gynaecological clinical pictures:

  • Homeopathy
  • Pure plant hormones (phytohormones) and plant extracts
  • Ear acupuncture
  • Spagyric (active ingredients from plant, animal and mineral source substances)
  • Intestinal rehabilitation, purification procedures, detoxification
  • Bach flower therapy

Searching for Clues with the Hormone Saliva Test

In order to be able to carry out a targeted therapy within the framework of gynaecology, the causes must first be identified. The hormone saliva test is a suitable method for this purpose. It provides information about the “cause” of the following complaints:

  • Childlessness
  • Various complaints during the menopause
  • Menstrual disorders and menstrual cramps
  • Sleep disorders
  • Exhaustion and burn-out syndrome
  • Susceptibility to stress, occurrence of anxiety and panic attacks
  • Obesity (overweight)
  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Occurrence of eczema, general problems with the skin and hair
  • Problems with libido

The hormone saliva test is carried out by you in the comfort of your own home. You will receive the necessary materials, an envelope and clear instructions. Once you have completed the test, you simply send the material to the laboratory. After the results have been analysed, I will discuss the further course of treatment with you.

The Therapeutic Women’s Massage in Natural Medicine

A good complement to treatment with conventional gynaecological remedies is therapeutic women’s massage (TFM). This very gentle and soothing massage is based on the Stephenson technique of Creative Healing, developed by Dr. Gowri Gotha.

The basic principle is based on the activation of the body’s self-healing powers. In particular, the blood circulation, the circulation and the lymph flow are stimulated. At the same time, this massage has a detoxifying and purifying effect. Blockages and tensions are released in a natural way. In gynaecology, TFM has a beneficial effect on the hormonal system. Therefore, its use is equally indicated during the menopause and in cases of hormonal disorders. TFM helps with these diseases

  • Menstrual cramps, cycle disturbances
  • cysts, myomas, endometriosis (appearance of uterine mucosa outside the uterus) and PCO’s (metabolic disorders)
  • Sleep disorders, depression, stress and other psychological problems
  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Back and muscle pain, sciatica
  • Gastrointestinal disorders and haemorrhoids

The TMF treatment lasts between 60 and 90 minutes, first in a sitting position, then in a relaxing prone or supine position.

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