Video: ❶ Top Secret About Critical Days
In many parts of the world, monthly female bleeding was considered a nuisance. Since ancient times, critical days in Russia have been shrouded in a huge amount of secrets and superstitions. For example, it was believed that a woman who touched an iron during her period would cover it with rust. She was also not allowed to procure food for future use: to ferment cabbage and cook jam. Location: Location: These beliefs, which seem ridiculous to modern man, are not devoid of rational grain. The reason for the unusual well-being of women during menstruation is the surge of special sex hormones - estrogen and progesterone. There is even official statistics that it is on these days that women drivers, due to extreme imbalance, often violate traffic rules and get into accidents. By the way,in some countries of the world there is a tradition to free a woman during critical days from hard domestic work.
The first menstruation usually occurs between the ages of 11 and 15. Each woman has her own age range for the onset of puberty, which is largely determined by heredity. Taking into account the process of acceleration, menstruation may begin a little earlier. If the critical days do not come after 17 years, this is the reason for consulting a specialist.
Often women are concerned about the irregularity of the menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is the period from the beginning of one period to the first day of the next. In about a third of girls, menstruation becomes regular literally in the first months after their appearance. Others need years to do this. There are many reasons that can cause the menstrual cycle to malfunction - nervous overload, stress, serious illness, poor environmental conditions, unbalanced nutrition and much more. The normal menstrual cycle is 21 to 35 days. In case of serious deviations from this indicator, it is imperative to consult a gynecologist.
The duration of your period usually ranges from 3 to 7 days. Moreover, its first days, as a rule, are accompanied by more abundant secretions. The total blood loss during critical days is negligible, and the body compensates for it quite quickly. On average, a woman loses about 20-50 g of blood per day.
For many women, menstruation is accompanied by special physiological conditions. In some, the chest swells and grows heavy; others feel tired, irritable, lethargic; in the third, the pulse and breathing become more frequent, there is heaviness in the legs, etc. All these are signs of the so-called premenstrual syndrome, which are caused by all the same female sex hormones.