For example, during the 17 th century in France, it was thought that the menstrual blood from a woman who had not given birth could put out fires, no matter how hot these fires were. In the south of Russia, it was believed that the blood would keep a part of its owner's soul and it would be used as a love filter, by mixing it in wine, and it was felt that manipulating it could induce the woman to changes. All this shows us a high social content related to the menstrual cycle, inasmuch as it conforms to a popular knowledge and a collective imaginary around this fact and, hence, is involved with the socio-cultural setting.
Thus, from these imaginaries a knowledge set is constituted involved with the personal experience, giving it meaning and determining an action model that must be followed by the menstruating woman, while forming a particular way of confronting menstruation. It is through the formulation of rational knowledge, removed from all these types of mysticisms, that it would be possible to arrive at a more favorable understanding of menstruation per se. Not for nothing, rationalized formulations were sought of the phenomenon of the menstrual cycle, giving it a more biological role than religious or spiritual roles.
Aristotle, for example, considered that it was during menstruation when the semen acted to bring on fertilization as a result. Another indication of rationalization is present in the Salerno school, which proposed that the menstrual flow generated regulation of the female mood, while men did so through the sweating caused by physical labor; besides, it was thought that women were weak with respect to men, specially against disease, given that their bodies did not assimilate all foods and evacuated excesses by menstruating.
However, indisposition persists when dealing with the theme in a direct and more rational and objective manner. On the contrary, given that this theme is kept under a veil of the purely personal experience, it is difficult to accept specific and completely rationalized knowledge. For example, in places with extreme morality and religious conscience, these topics are related to negative attitudes toward menstruation, which are combined with poorly qualified information, superstitions, and inadequate practices.
Also, menstruation is no stranger to collective processes, through which concepts and knowledge are constituted, which are shared socially and traditionally bequeathed from one generation to another. Modern scientific literature states that the hormonal changes of the menstrual cycle may result in changes in the habitual mood of each woman, inasmuch as it influences their mood; which makes it viable to state that the appearance of the menstrual cycle can, in some women, affect their behavior.
Additionally, during the fertile period of said cycle certain changes may also be produced, like improved mood, better self-evaluation, and more sense of security in themselves. In any case, rarely do women readily recognize that levels of depression and stress are related to menstruation, unconcerned for the psychological problems and assuming that they are symptoms that will surely disappear in a few days. In these cases, what is most usual is for women to design mechanisms to face the mood changes, above all if these turn out to be regular and predictable.
Nevertheless, it seems that one of the most often used mechanisms is that of increasing activity in the family and work environments for the purpose of 'keeping busy'. This mechanism is often accompanied by increased time to perform certain activities, which seems to be a practical means to contain the sense of fatigue. Because of the lack of information and the growing misinformation regarding this theme, they find it impossible to arrive at a treatment that allows them to solve the pain and other complications that may emerge, besides the social problems that this may bring on.
Some treatments used by symptomatic women are phyto-therapeutic, which are based on using plant properties to treat the symptomatology of pre-menstrual syndrome PMS. Thus, certain products are used like, for example, Chasteberry Vitex agnus-castus L. To conclude, persistent misinformation turns out to be one of the biggest problems for women. Although, currently, there is a tendency to demystify sexuality, by addressing such in a much more frank and rational manner, that related to menstruation is still relegated to the purely personal setting and submerged in the nebulosity of taboo.
Everything related to the gender-specific discomfort is maintained in the most profound secret, which is added to poorly qualified information, culturally and socially transmitted. It should be highlighted that, even now, notorious discomfort persists in dealing with the topic of menstruation, which is why a language that does not refer to it directly is used, given that this is considered somewhat annoying, and which should be hidden.
Thus, upon the presence of the menarche, women prefer to use traditional knowledge, bequeathed by their elders and their peers rather than seek specialized and scientific knowledge; therefore, traditional treatments and inadequate practices proliferate, which increase in the presence of menstrual disorders. It is necessary to recognize the relationship between menstruation, as a biological event, and the social processes per se , influenced by historical beliefs that have been transmitted generation after generation.
Hence, we see that menstruation far exceeds the imaginary that places it only within the feminine setting; far from this, menstruation is a process that involves the social group, inasmuch as it has psychological, social, and cultural implications. For this reason, it is important to address the experience the women have to understand the complexity and scope of the menstruation experience, seeking to comprise useful knowledge to offer comprehensive care and efficient help regarding the psycho-social consequences menstruation may have on some women. It is necessary to continue investigating with qualitative approaches, thus, trying to find solutions that go beyond the traditional biomedical model.
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