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The menstrual cycle results from a sequence of hormonal activity involving the brain, pituitary gland, ovaries, and uterus. Despite many...
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Hi So you mean that your periods have stopped? Yes well all that your doing will do that, and the stress wont help.Try This, just google natural ways...
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Some people do tend to gain weight when under stress, but the cause of this weight gain is likely a mix of hormonal and psychological factors. The...
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Regulation of menstrual periods is controlled by a complex hormonal balance. Likewise, the body's reaction to stress involves changes in the levels...
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A dobutamine stress echocardiogram (dobutamine echo) is a procedure that involves infusing a medication (dobutamine) through an intravenous (IV) line...
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Yes. Our bodies, including our brains, need water to function properly. If you’re just a bit dehydrated, your body's levels of cortisol, a stress...
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Yes. Our bodies, including our brains, need water to function properly. If you’re just a bit dehydrated, your body's levels of cortisol, a stress...
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Stress and depression can very well be causing this. I would see a doctor they maybe able to help you regulate you menstrual cycle. 
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You know, too many of us don’t give ourselves credit for the things that we do right, okay. You say to yourself, look, you’ve done this before...
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When you are exposed to long periods of stress, your body gives warning signs that something is wrong. These physical, cognitive, emotional, and...
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If you don’t sleep, your brain doesn’t have the time it needs to really get rid of all of the garbage of the day and to really have that ability to...
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This sounds like anxiety to me? I had it so bad, i would pass out to. Talk to your Dr. about some anti-anxiety meds. There are some out there.
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