More women are actively looking for organic and alternative procedures to treat painful symptoms connected to menopause and premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
Although every woman does not experience PMS, all women go through menopause at some point in their lifetime.
For women who are looking to reduce the type of pain they experience when going through either cycle, the Chiropractors at AICA College Park can provide specific treatment solutions that are effective and risk-free.
Over 150 types of PMS exist within the medical community and some of the more common symptoms include:
These symptoms are the result of appropriate physiological adjustments within women that cause their hormones to fluctuate and spike during PMS or menopause. When serotonin levels drop during PMS, it tends to lead to mood changes and irritability, while excess levels of estrogen trigger anxiety.
An imbalance of progesterone and estrogen affects the way women retain water and tends to cause weight gain.
Abnormal thyroid production leads to breast tenderness and causes blood sugar levels to fluctuate.
Receiving regular Chiropractic Adjustments are completely safe, effective for reducing pain, and provide women with a healthy alternative to other types of invasive procedures that contain harmful side effects.
Adjustments that are applied to the lumbar spine affect the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, which control hormonal balances.
The Chiropractors at AICA College Park treat thousands of women throughout the greater community for symptoms connected to PMS and all of our patient’s report:
Most women begin to undergo menopause at the age of 50. This particular point in every woman’s life can start years before they experience their last menstrual cycle and most women experience:
Similar to PMS, the Chiropractors at College Park can offer non-invasive alternative treatments that provide immediate pain relief.
Medical research shows that more woman is referring to Chiropractic treatment because of how efficient and effective it is for relieving symptoms connected to Menopause/PMS.
You can learn more about our approach to health and wellness by scheduling a consultation with one of our experienced Chiropractors.
Just fill out our online submission form or call our office at (404) 592-0319.