8 Natural Ways to Regulate Periods by Balancing Hormones

    You can regulate your period by balancing your hormones naturally, but it requires some experimentation because what works for one woman doesn’t work for another. These tips will get you started.

    Natural Ways to Regulate Periods by Balancing HormonesYogi Woman’s Moon Cycle Tea is a safe, natural way to experiment with what might help balance your hormones. It contains herbs to help soothe the minor tensions and discomfort of your monthly cycle – it’s sold on Amazon, and you can read what other women say about it there.

    If you don’t have a “time of the month” or a “crimson tide”, then you need to figure out why you’re not getting your period. One big reason for irregular periods is a messed-up hormonal cycle. A good book to read about your menstrual cycle is 28 Days: What Your Cycle Reveals About Your Love Life, Moods, And Potential — it’s a humorous, powerful book about getting your period.



    And, here are eight tips for more regular periods…

    8 Natural Ways to Regulate Your Period

    First, you need to figure out the cause of your irregular periods. If you don’t know why you’re not menstruating regularly, then you won’t be able to fix it! If you’re not getting your period, you may have amenorrhea — and you need to talk to your doctor.

    Also — if you’re taking prescription medications, remember that even natural herbal supplements can affect your health negatively! Always make sure that your medication is compatible with any herbal remedy.

    Learn how Black Cohosh affects your hormones

    black cohosh Natural Ways to Regulate PeriodsWomen sometimes take Black Cohosh Root to regulate periods, ease PMS symptoms, and induce labor. Black cohosh has also been used to relieve arthritis pain and help lower blood pressure. However, research has not verified how effective black cohosh is in regulating menstruation. For some women it’s great, and for others it does nothing to balance their hormones. So…it’s one of those things you may just have to try.

    Try Blue Cohosh – it regulates periods in some women

    Blue Cohosh Root can regulate the menstrual cycle, ease menstrual cramping, and treat endometriosis. Don’t take this herb if you’re on prescription medications – talk to your doctor first!  Native Americans use this natural herbal product to induce labor, and it can be toxic.

    Consider Wild Yam Root – it balances hormones

    Wild Yam Root is a herbal product that contains diosgenin, which may balance progesterone. Wild yam root may effectively treat menstrual irregularities, cramps, infertility, menopause, and endometriosis. Again, if you’re on other medications, talk to your doctor before trying this herb to regulate your period. But it doesn’t work for everyone; my massage therapist tried wild yam root and found it totally ineffective. But, it regulates other women’s hormones….so you may just need to try and see if it works for you.

    Try Soy – it stabilizes moods

    Soy products, such as soy nuts and tofu, can help balance your hormones and stabilize your moods. Soy contains isoflavones or phytoestrogen (plant estrogens) that may work as a weak form of estrogen. Large amounts of soy can throw off your hormonal balance, but light to moderate amounts can help regulate your period (again, depending on what the cause of your irregular periods are). I went to a lecture from a naturopathic doctor, and she said that the soy in miso soup doesn’t have any harmful effects. That is, it doesn’t contain lots of estrogen that can mess with your hormones. So, miso miso miso!

    Optimize hormonal balance

    gaia herbs natural regulate periodThe Gaia Herbs Vitex Berry Liquid Phyto-Capsules on Amazon keeps the mind and body healthy by optimizing female hormonal balance, providing support for healthy transitions, promoting a healthy emotional state, and offering a rich natural source of Phytoestrogens. Again, not every natural way to regulate periods by balancing hormones works for every woman, so you have to experiment until you find what works for you.

    If you’re taking prescription medications, talk to your doctor before you take any kind of herbal supplements. No matter how healthy and safe the supplements are, they may interact negatively with your prescription medication.

    Try acupuncture – it regulates blood flow

    This naturopathic remedy balances hormones and regulates blood flow. Acupuncture may help to regulate periods in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome. I recently wrote about Acupuncture for Fertility, and described how this natural remedy can balance hormones and regulate periods.

    Experiment with aromatherapy and essential oils

    Natural Ways to Balance Hormones and Regulate Periods

    Natural Ways to Balance Hormones and Regulate Periods

    In aromatherapy, essential oils stimulate your olfactory (smell) nerves, which can affect emotions and balance hormones. Aromatherapy oils can promote restful sleep, alleviate headaches, lessen anxiety and depression, and help balance hormones. If you’re looking for ways to regulate your period, talk to a naturopathic doctor or homeopathic specialist about the different types of aromatherapy.

    Deal with your stress – it causes irregular periods

    Tension, anxiety, lack of sleep, poor eating habits, and upset moods can affect your menstrual cycle — and not in a good way! To regulate your periods, find healthy ways to deal with the stress in your life. Get massages, exercise regularly, get intimate with your partner, and get enough sleep! These suggestions will help balance your hormones and mood.

    For more tips on balancing your hormones, read I Want Regular Periods! Tips for Regulating Your Menstrual Cycle.

    I welcome your thoughts on these natural ways to regulate your periods by balancing your hormones, but I can’t give health advice. I’m just a writer and researcher, not a doctor.



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    51 Responses

    1. kimisha says:

      I havent seen my period for 5 yrs and am dying for a baby. What are natural ways to get my period back?

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