Reducing stress, increasing nutrition and adding supplements to the diet where needed are natural ways to stop irregular periods, according to Women to Women. Modern exercise and practicing relaxation techniques may also help the menstrual cycle to become more regular.
Decreasing the amount of refined carbohydrates in the diet can help to regulate menstrual cycles, according to Women to Women. Taking a multivitamin that includes calcium and magnesium, as well as a high-quality fish oil supplement, can help to ensure that nutritional deficiencies are not causing irregular periods. Moderate exercise is recommended to maintain a regular menstrual cycle. Excessive exercise and lack of exercise both cause irregularities in the menstrual cycle.
Practicing stress-relieving activities or relaxation techniques help regulate the menstrual cycle naturally, according to Women to Women. In some cases, where perimenopause or other conditions are causing an irregular cycle, further treatments may be necessary to gain regularity. Although most women would not consider them a natural treatment, birth control pills are often recommended to help maintain a regular menstrual cycle.
According to Women to Women, an irregular period is any period that does not fall within a 23 to 35-day cycle. It is important before treating irregular periods that a complete physical and pelvic examination are performed to rule out any infections or abnormalities that may be causing the irregular menstruation.