Progesterone and clumsiness in women are linked through menstruation. This lack of coordination in women during the paramenstruum (the 4 days before and after menstruation when the level of progesterone is very low) tends to cause an increase in accidents. Hormone imbalances induced by environmental poisons especially the 'xeno-estrogens' are often at the root of the problem.
Vision, hand steadiness and movement are impaired during paramenstruum. A survey conducted in a number of UK hospitals found that half of all car accident admissions involving women occurred during these 8 days.
It is essential to maintain adequate levels of progesterone to avoid the condition.
To find out more about progesterone therapy in general and how it benefits health issues other than clumsiness, please click here.
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