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Why do we experience things like cramps? We have provided some more information.
Before answering that question, there is another some will ask, "What do you know about this, you're a guy?"
While being a male nurse, after two decades in nursing, I am still adding to my tool bag of tricks and tips. One of my passions, managing and ending pain has caused me to constantly grow my understanding and knowledge in this area. It is my expertise. Regardless of the kind of pain that is being experienced, my goal is to learn how to make it go away.
The secret to my success, not treating the pain, rather, treating the cause of the pain. I am so confident of what can be done, early on in my private practice, clients were only charged once the pain was eliminated. It was called the 100% Misery Back Guarantee. To date, nobody who has tried my treatments has taken me up on the guarantee. We have not failed to end pain where people followed the program. There will always be a first but we are still awaiting that day.
But, what about cramps after ovulation, PMS and other female problems
PMS can be referring to a number of symptoms, depending on your age. If you are a baby boomer, it of course means, Post Menudo Syndrome. Today, it has a much broader meaning, including Potential Murder Suspect and others. These feelings of coures begin during the second half of your cycle.
Did I also say I grew up in a house with three women. Sister, mother and grandmother. My experience is first hand observation.
It was frustrating seeing the cramps, headache, dizziness, irritability, bloating, nausea, vomiting, craving foods, not being able to stand certain smells, weight gain, anxiety or depression, fatigue. Then there is the breast tenderness (did not truly appreciate this one till becoming a nurse and working OB-GYN.
While these symptoms gradually go away once your period starts, a whole new set of symptoms can start with menses. The most notable are heavy bleeding and abdominal cramping. But for me, pain is pain, regardless of who is having it. So, the quest became, how to make the pain go away.
As to cramps after ovulation, pregnancy implantation can result in cramping. But the question remains, how do you know when it is pregnancy implantation cramping or gas, an upset stomach or impending period cramping?
Most knowledgeable doctors will agree that these are the result of hormones. Of course, medications and the foods we eat, having the hormones in control and in balance is the most important way to minimize the symptoms.
Yet, some women never have these problems. The theory, again, their hormones are in balance. What if there was a simple way to get your hormones in balance?
While there is no question that diet and even supplements can and do help many, at Water Cures, we have a different view. We believe, actually, we know that in most cases, the cause of these symptoms is something much easier to correct.
We are finding that in many cases, it is the result of an imbalance, but not necessarily hormones. It is most likely, fluid and electrolyte imbalance that cause a secondary problem we call hormonal imbalance. Rather than fluids, we prefer to say it is the result of a lack of water and salt working in concert.
So if you fix the fluid and electrolyte balance, the hormones will be balanced and the pain will go away.
What we recommend may not work for everyone and it may not be for everyone.
The unintentional water and electrolyte imbalance is a fancy way of saying your dehydrated. Simply drinking water will not hydrate you. You also need electrolytes. We recommend unprocessed sea salt as it has the combination of up to 80 minerals.
But what about all the information on hormones?
We agree, balance the hormones and you will see the symptoms disappear in many instances. Think about it, without getting too technical, how do our bodies create hormones?
It takes what we put in via our diet, into our bodies, and creates the various chemicals that we know as hormones. The foundation for all chemical processes in the body involves water and electrolytes. If there is a lack of water and mineral building blocks, the body will function poorly. Anything it has to create, like hormones will likewise be out of balance.
Perhaps the most telling aspect of this fact, it is easy to prove for yourself. There is no need for purchasing expensive supplements or the next best pill (although we know of one that is awesome, and you only take when you need).
All you need to try this out for yourself is some unprocessed sea salt and some filtered water. Go to the Water Cures protocol page and try it. What do you have to loose, except your discomfort.
Sometimes more than the Water Cures is needed. Sometimes diet needs to be considered. We take this topic deeper. Follow along our thoughts for food.
When the fat free craze was in full bloom, I wanted to scream from the roof top, "Are You Crazy?" In nursing school, in the class on diet, fats were one of the most basic things we learned about. We need fat in our diet for optimal health. But we need the right kind of fat, healthy fats if you will.
What about the wrong fats? They are associated with a number of problems. Health problems that both men and women experience.
You have no doubt heard about the problem with eating polyunsaturated fats. They cause inflammation in our cells. Think of it as a forest fire but the forest is our cells.
The wrong kind of fats may be responsible for cellular mutation. They are considered responsible for skin cancers (especially in your pet lab mice).
They are the cause of artery clogging cholesterol,
What does history teach us? Cancer is on a dramatic rise from the same time our diets started changing. One of those changes was eating the wrong kind of fats.
And what are the wrong fats?
We eat more polyunsaturated fats than in the past. And we eat far more omega-6 fatty acids and far less of the omega-3s. The skin cancers we see today are more related to these fats than they are the sun.
Could these bad fats be responsible for the discomfort some experience and others do not? What should you do?
Don't Eat: vegetable oil, peanut oil, canola oil, soybean oil, margarine, shortening or other chemically altered fats.
Do Eat: coconut oil, real butter, olive oil (but don't heat it) and animal fats (tallow, lard) from healthy sources instead and eat lots of high Omega-3 fish.”
Also, we do not eat enough antioxidant foods. These foods boost our glutathione. Interestingly, the Water Cures protocol, mentioned at the beginning, will help boost your glutathione.
Eat Foods that Provide Antioxidants (spoiler alert: Your master antioxidant is Glutathione)
Magnesium: Magnesium supports hundreds of reactions in the body and often contributes to better sleep (which is great for hormones!). There are several effective forms of Magnesium: This helps with the brain as well as the body. If you have digestive track damage, the trans-dermal Electrolyte+ will help. Magnesium can help both PMS symptoms and menstrual cramping.
A Magnesium Bicarbonate Recipe Make it yourself for pennies.
Vitamin D: Not actually a hormone, While this is a pre-hormone, it is supportive of hormone function. Best obtained from the sun if possible, or from a D3 supplement or Fermented Cod Liver Oil (what I do in the winter). Make sure not to get too much, and optimally, get Serum Vitamin D levels checked to monitor levels.
Gelatin: provides calcium, magnesium and phosphate. It helps your hormone production as well as digestive health, putting out the fires of inflammation. It is especially beneficial to joints and helping you have the best skin you can have.
Go All Natural: So many of the products we use in our daily lives are loaded with chemicals. These chemicals are assaulting our bodies and our health. The more you can eliminate, the better your health potential will be. Consider changing both personal products and household products.
For instance, for personal lubrication, consider virgin coconut oil instead of the chemical laden products.
Get Up and Go: We have two circulation systems in our body. The lymph system requires our body movement to help circulate the lymph. The less you move, the less it moves. So, exercise is essential for better health.Stop Going and Get to Sleep
It is during sleep that our bodies heal. It is during sleep that we detoxify. Sleep allows for rebuilding.