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Menstrual Pain Relief using Denas Therapy


Denas menstrual pain

Many women have pain with their periods, especially when they are in their teens. In most cases, menstrual pain does not mean a more serious problem, although sometimes at an older age it can be associated with endometriosis or uterine fibroids, noncancerous tumors in the uterus.

Every living cell in the body has it's own designated frequency and through years of research Scientist and doctors in Russia developed Scenar/ Denas therapy.Through bio feedback technology a hand held device helps the body naturally overcome pain

The device is called DENAS PCM 4 and when applied to the area of pain in this case menstrual pain, the electrodes send a signal that is sent to the brain. The brain converts the message and causes the body to produce Endorphins ( Opiate like pain killers ) and Neuropeptides that are regulatory peptides that help mend and repair the inflammation issues that are causing the pain. This is a drug free non invasive process, that is safe and effective and has a proven track record of over 40 years with proven results.

For relief of menstrual pain during cycles. Turn on your Denas device PCM3 ( English Version ) or PCM4 ( Russian Model ) and select manual therapy mode and use frequency 77hz or 10hz for 10 to 20 minutes and then change to ultra low 9.4hz for 5 to 10 minutes to enhance effect. Brush above the pubic area. Also you can do Denas brushing technique in the lower back ( Lumbosacral ) area using manual mode of 77/10, 77hz, 60hz or 20hz for 15 to 20 minutes.

When it comes to that time of the month a female through experience expects mild to severe cramping, water retention, body aches, headaches and irritability However, crippling cramps, heavy bleeding, serious fatigue and other symptoms may also affect your quality of life are not. If your periods are causing you significant pain, consult your doctor, because menstrual pain can be a sign of a serious problem. There are other conditions known to cause painful periods.

Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for menstrual pain. There is primary and secondary dysmenorrhea. Primary Dysmenorrhea usually starts at a younger age anywhere from 11 to 16 year of age. Shortly after the first period, as a woman begins to ovulate regularly. The pain will often starts a few days before menstrual flow, and may continue through the first 2 days of the period but depending on the levels of prostaglandin the pain may last longer. Often, pain gets better as a woman gets older and also after she has given birth to children.

Primary dysmenorrhea is caused by strong contractions of the uterus triggered by prostaglandins, chemicals in the body that are involved in inflammation and pain. Generally, the higher the levels of prostaglandins, the more menstrual pain. Prostaglandins are chemicals a woman's body produces that cause many of the symptoms that are associated with menstrual discomfort. Prostaglandins are created by the tissue that lines the uterus. They stimulate the uterine muscles to contract. Clinical studies have shown women who have high levels of prostaglandin experience more intense contractions of their uterus and more pain. Prostaglandins may also be associated with vomiting ,headaches and diarrhea that accompany painful periods.

Secondary dysmenorrhea is a continuation and most commonly occurs in older women (30-45 years of age). Other menstrual-type pain or secondary dysmenorrhea can be caused by conditions of the reproductive tract, such as the following:

Endometriosis is a gynecological condition in which the lining of the uterus – the endometrium – is found outside of the uterus on other structures throughout the pelvis, including the bladder, ovaries, pelvic floor and fallopian tubes. Although endometriosis is closely associated with a womans menstrual cycle, some women with endometriosis experience progressive pelvic pain that goes on 24/7.

Uterine fibroids As many as three out of four women will develop uterine fibroids, but many will not experience any symptoms. The uterine fibroids range in size from micro sized that are hard to detect to large enough to distort the shape of the uterus. Depending on the size of the uterine fibroids the monthly menses could become a monthly nightmare by increasing not only the amount of bleeding, but the severity of menstrual pain.

Adenomyosis is the opposite of endometriosis where there is a migration of endometrial cells into the muscle wall of the uterus Adenomyosis is similar to endometriosis, except instead of the endometrium implanting itself outside of the uterus, it becomes embedded deep within the uterine muscle. In women with adenomyosis, the uterus acts like a bruised muscle and can be painful during sex.

Infections of the female reproductive tract most commonly caused by untreated sexually transmitted infections. If not treated by antibiotics it can cause inflammation, scarring, painful menstruation, and infertility. Pelvic inflammatory disease most often occurs because sexually transmitted infections that cause PID can create scar tissue and adhesions in the pelvic region. During menstruation, hormones influence the uterus and surrounding scar tissue and structures increasing the pain.

IUD's including copper and progestin are a non hormonal, temporary form of birth control that can prevent pregnancy for up to 10 years. The device, which is placed in the uterus by a licensed healthcare provider, works by continuously releasing copper, which immobilizes sperm and prevents egg implantation. “A copper IUD, as opposed to a progestin IUD, can make menses heavier and more painful, particularly in the first few cycles after insertion.

There are many other attributing factors that can increase menstrual pain such as stress, smoking, lack of proper nutrition that we will go over in another blog.

For more information about Menstrual pain relief using Denas Therapy contact Denas Pain Relief Store located in Portland OR. Your USA Headquarters for Pain, Health and Wellness Products, Support and Training. We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call us direct at 503-395-4142 and our friendly staff will be glad to assist you. Denas Pain Relief Store offers Same Day Lightning Fast Shipping Coast to Coast in generally 2 days, we also deliver Worldwide using Express Air.


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