“Most women don’t know when they fibroids, or that their symptoms include bloating, incontinence, discomfort and heavy bleeding,” says Dr. Felix Ruhinda. Despite this lack of knowledge, studies show that 75% of women risk suffering from this condition.
According to him, the severity of your signs or symptoms will count on various factors, such as the dimensions and location of the fibroids. If you are suffering from them, here are a few tips on how to handle them at home.
First of all, minimize the “white” (starchy) food items you take in. such as white bread, biscuits, cakes and spaghetti. They have an adverse influence on your blood sugar and can contribute to insulin resistance which, in turn can aggravate present fibroids and contribute to the progress of new types.
Secondly, drink plenty of filtered water to keep your vital organs hydrated and balanced. Dehydrated organs are more inclined to this condition and water will also help to flush out toxins.
Lastly, eat foods full of soy and flax seeds. The phytoestrogens identified in these foods decrease the amount of estrogen in the human body. Estrogen is a contributor to uterine fibroids for many women.