Lifestyle changes that can correct hormone imbalance.
The first thing to do in applying endometriosis natural treatment is to change your diet by eating organic foods that contain no growth hormones. Buy your organic fruits and vegetables from small farmers if it is available in your area. It is better for you and, it has less pesticides and herbicides! .
Oily fish and seafood are important in women’s diet (salmon, tuna, mackerel, cod are best). Oily fish are good source of protein and of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Most fish oils are also good for the joints, they also help lower cholesterol.
Stop drinking dehydrating drinks like fizzy drinks, alcohol, tea and coffee. Eliminate foods that lack nutrients like hamburgers, hot dogs, ice cream, milk chocolate, fries. These foods may give you quick energy, but lack the nutrients to provide your body the proper hormonal balance.
Use a good water filter to eliminate chlorine, fluoride, heavy metals and other toxic substances found in tap water.
A regular daily physical regimen of at least 20–40 minutes of brisk walking, cycling, rebounding, using your treadmill or any other fitness equipment to improve your health.
• Do not use plastic containers to microwave your food. In fact try and avoid eating microwave foods all together. Avoid storing your food in plastic containers. Plastics are made from petrochemicals that generally have a very strong estrogen like activity and can be are toxic.
Other natural ways to treating Endometriosis:
You can supplements with the following. Do so with expert advice. Below provides a guideline.
Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and Bioflavonoid improve the immune system. A strong immune system will be able to destroy endometrial tissue as it accumulates in the odd parts of body. Bioflavonoid helps to relax muscles and reduce inflammation and pain.
Nettle and saw palmetto are two herbs that help decrease the production of endometrial tissue.
Flax seed oil, evening primrose Oil, fish oil, borage oil, are good sources of essential fatty acids of Omega 3,6 and 9 that help regulate the production of prostaglandins.
Inositol and choline can help the liver to process estrogen efficiently. Too much estrogen can lead to endometriosis symptoms.
Some Chinese herbs like dong quai are very good hormone balancers may help reduce the build-up of endometrial tissue and the associated pain.
Wild Yam when taken prior to ovulation can reduce the symptoms of endometriosis.
The Holistic approach to treating Endometriosis
The holistic approach to the treatment of endometriosis should be a multidimensional approach. Therefore, a holistic practitioner would not focus on superficial symptoms during treatment, but tries to locate the actual root cause of the disease. This may involve taking a detailed case history. In addition, a holistic approach is not limited to just one form of treatment. The holistic approach investigates the propriety of different methods and treats the body as a unified whole. This methodology has proven successfully in treating incurable diseases for thousands of years. Moreover, the holistic approach is also mindful of individual differences and does not to lay down rigid rules when treating any individual. Therefore, a woman can get the best form of treatment that can provide healing at physical, mental and emotional level.