Causes of breast hyperplasia

Causes of breast hyperplasia
Causes of breast hyperplasia

        Breast hyperplasia can occur at any age after the onset of puberty. According to the survey, about 70% to 80% of women have different degrees of breast hyperplasia, but it is more common in women between 25 and 45 years old. However, women who are nulliparous, older than 35 years of age at first delivery, and short-term breastfeeding are high-risk groups of breast hyperplasia. In recent years, the incidence of breast hyperplasia is on the rise, and it is becoming younger.
What is the cause of breast hyperplasia?
        1. Endocrine disorders. The secretion of progesterone is reduced, and the estrogen is relatively increased.
        2. Mental factors. Too much nervousness, emotional agitation and other mental factors may make the breast hyperplasia tissue that should be restored, fail to be restored or incompletely restored, and breast hyperplasia will form over time. Bad mental stimulation can also aggravate the existing symptoms of breast hyperplasia.
        3. Eating habits. Excessive intake of fat can affect ovarian endocrine and strengthen the stimulation of estrogen on mammary epithelial cells, leading to breast hyperplasia.
        4. Life factors. For example, repeated abortions, husband and wife conflicts, tight underwear, etc.
        Traditional Chinese medicine believes that poor emotions, depression for a long time will damage the liver, cause stagnation of Qi, accumulate in the breast and stomach, or indulge in food, cold, fat and sweet, and overwork, deplete Qi, and easily lead to breast hyperplasia.


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