A STUDY OF MENSTRUATION AND STRESS: THE BIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL OVERVIEW ON MENARCHE AND MENSTRUAL DISORDERS.


Sana Irshad, Prof. Asiya Aijaz, Prof. Akbar Husain
PhD ( Research Scholar), Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
Abstract
This study explores the relationship between Menstruation and stress though, the average menstrual cycle of a woman is 28 days however anything from 25 to 35 days is assumed to be normal. Slight changes from month to month are familiar but the menstrual cycle should generally be the same every month. So throughout the whole month a feminine reproductive cycle fluctuate due to some internal and external elements. The sources of stress are infinite in reality; stress is deliberated to be a common reason of missed or late menstrual periods. The body’s response to stress contains changes in the levels of many hormones it distresses hormone balance and many other processes in the body, psychological stress can also interfere with the menstrual cycle. So a missed period may basis of stress, or perhaps its stress that’s triggering irregular periods among women. Hence this study exhibits the intercorrelations between menstruation and stress. Factors those are prominent for menstrual problems and their alleviation as well so the current study suggests that an effective coping mechanisms and tools decreasing the level of stress may aid body to return to a normal menstrual period.
Keywords: Menstruation, Menstrual disorders Ovulation, stress.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2022-03-14

Vol : 8
Issue : 3
Month : March
Year : 2022
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