What Is Amenorrhea & How to Treat Amenorrhea Naturally?

What Is Amenorrhea & How to Treat Amenorrhea Naturally?

Amenorrhea is the medical phrase for a female of reproductive age who doesn’t have menstrual periods. In simple terms, it is the absence of a menstrual period. This absence of a monthly period is very much normal after menopause and before puberty. It is also considered normal during pregnancy and lactation. Other causes of missing periods can be excessive weight loss caused by severe illness, eating ailments, disproportionate exercising, or anxiety.


The absence of a period in a young woman who hasn’t started menstruating by age 16 is termed primary amenorrhea. Secondary amenorrhea is the state of missing menses emerging after the menstrual cycles have become established. In Ayurveda Amenorrhea is known as Anartava. It is a state mentioned in female-related diseases (Stree Roga Chikitsa). Anartava is one of the signs of Vata imbalance.


Here’s How to Treat Amenorrhea Naturally?

There are manifold remedies for the absence of a menstrual period according to the underlying reasons. Here are the home remedies, lifestyle changes, and treatments that can try to manage Amenorrhea naturally. They are as follow:


  1. Diet Changes 
  • Eat more cooked vegetables as they increase moisture and reduce swelling and fat. 
  • Daily take any one of the calcium boosting foods such as 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds or 10 soaked almonds, one cup spinach puree, 100 gm amaranth cooked in any form.
  • Include whole mung daal, lentils, soybean, green mung, tofu, fish, chicken in your diet to strengthen your muscles and joints.
  • Use plenties of spices like coriander, cumin, ginger, fennel in your food to improve metabolism, reduce heat and dryness.
  • Nuts and seeds enhance a happy mood.


  1. Jaggery 

Jaggery is also known as gud is sweet and has a lot of therapeutic and medical properties. Everyday consumption of jaggery may help regulate irregular periods. It also helps in relieving uterine pains and cramps.


  1. Consume Turmeric 

Turmeric can do anything and everything. It is a magical home treatment that we can use in any circumstances. Everyday consumption of turmeric may help in managing irregular periods. Turmeric also has antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory effects that support in easing uterine cramps. It can also be useful in preponing your periods. Mix turmeric and honey and take it daily till you get your periods. 


  1. Lifestyle Changes


  • Fasting once a week with warm ginger water.
  • Cycling exercise.
  • Regular exercise and yoga. 
  • Consuming a healthy diet.
  • Getting enough quality sleep. 
  • Practice Anulom-Vilom pranayama, Ujjayi pranayama to keep your mind calm and avoid stress.



  • Sleep during the day.
  • Sedentary lifestyle.
  • To sustain urges.
  • Smoking.
  • Negative feelings like anxiety and pressure should be avoided.


  1. Food Items to Be Avoided

Avoid sugary foods as much as possible. One must also avoid food items like wheat and refined flour food items, fried foods, spicy foods, sour & fermented food items, dairy products, red meat, processed meat, and other heavy meat items, soda, alcohol, polished rice, caffeinated beverages, etc. 


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Author of the Blog: Dr. Rajeshri Mehta

Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram

Co-Founder, Ayushakti Ayurved Pvt Ltd