Make a booking at our women’s health clinic Joondalup, then read on to see why and how natural medicine may help you.
Women’s Health Clinic Joondalup, Perth, Western Australia
It is estimated that as many as 90% of women of reproductive age experience a menstrual and/or hormonal disorder that affects them on a regular basis. This includes conditions such as painful periods (dysmenorrhoea), heavy periods (menorrhagia), endometriosis, uterine fibroids and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) – all of which can create symptoms including exhaustion, irritability, depression, headaches and infertility just to mention a few.
Restoring Balance To Your Hormonal System
Many women seek out natural solutions for the management of these conditions, and many find complementary approaches extremely effective. Restoring balance, health and vitality to all our body systems, including our hormonal and reproductive system, can be achieved through appropriate dietary and lifestyle changes, and through the use of specialised natural supplements.
Adrenal fatigue may be the cause of many of your symptoms ranging from the above mentioned to also neurological imblance and mood disorders. Our adrenals pump over 50 hormones daily. Come in to see if you could be suffering from this very treatable condition. It may not be your thyroid after all…speak to our practitioners first.
Make a booking at our women’s health clinic Joondalup.
Clear Unwanted Congestion
A combination of traditional Chinese herbs containing cinnamon, red sage, poria and peony can help you manage the symptoms of PCOS and female reproductive disorders characterised by congestion and pain.
Warming herbs, such as red sage and cinnamon, have traditionally been used to support healthy menstrual function and Chinese herbs poria, peach, tree peony and red peony have a long history of use for the relief of menstrual cycle disorders. Together these herbs combine to form a clinically effective Natural Medicine for female reproductive disorders characterised by congestion, pain and hormonal imbalances. This formula also assists in the relief of pain and heavy menstruation. Every woman though is very different and so treatments will vary according to your specific needs.
Oestrogen: The Good, The Bad and The Dangerous
Oestrogen is essential for healthy female reproductive function. This hormone plays a part in every stage of a female’s life; from early childhood development through to puberty, during every menstrual cycle, in pregnancy, and, finally, through the menopausal years.