• Menopause (or Menopausal Disorders)

    Menopause or cessation of menses in women is a normal event which occurs typically in the mid to late forties, but this is not set in stone by any means. It signifies the end of the female reproductive period of life, which begins in adolescence in the early teens or earlier for some. “Climacteric” is another word for the time when a woman naturally passes from the reproductive to the non-reproductive years of her life.

    Menopausal disorders are the problems you encounter that make you feel very uncomfortable when you are going through menopause. There are a number of disorders and uncomfortable side effects that can be felt when a woman goes through this stage in her life.

    The severity of these menopausal disorders often depends on a few factors. This could include diet, lifestyle, underlying medical problems, and even heredity. These menopausal problems may not necessarily affect all women and not all women may get all these disorders.

    Some women may only get a couple of these possible problems when they go through menopause while others may get all of them and have a rough time transitioning from a reproductive state to a non-reproductive one. Below are natural remedies to help you make this transition easier on you.

    The more you know about menopause, the better prepared you will be to make the transition smoothly. Dealing with menopause is best accomplished through a combination of diet, healthy lifestyle and natural support.

    What are some of the more common symptoms of menopause?

    1. End of monthly periods
    2. Hot flashes
    3. Moodiness
    4. Drop in self-esteem (feeling like less of a woman)
    5. Disturbed sleeping patterns or insomnia
    6. Hormonal Imbalances
    7. Night sweats
    8. Irritability
    9. Depression
    10. Drop in libido / lack of interest in sex
    11. Dizziness
    12. Numbness
    13. Fatigue
    14. Palpitations
    15. Severe backaches

    What are some natural remedies for menopause and its symptoms or side effects?

    1. Calcium – when estrogen production stops during menopause, calcium levels in the body also diminish and these are critical to protect the bones so as to avoid getting osteoporosis.

    2. Vitamin D – helps with the assimilation if calcium so should be taken in conjunction with calcium supplements. You can also get Vitamin D from exposure to sunshine so try to get some natural vitamin D daily if possible.

    3. Beet Juice – has been shown to be helpful in coping with menopause.

    4. MellowPause™ - Reduce hot flashes commonly associated with the change of life, Support balanced mood and routine calmness, Maintain healthy sleeping patterns, Support hormonal balance during peri-menopause and menopause, Negotiate the menopause comfortably, while embracing an exciting new stage of your life!

    5. Dong Quai™ – Maintain estrogen and progesterone within normal levels, As a general tonic for the female reproductive system, Promote hormonal harmony throughout the menstrual cycle, Help with common premenstrual ‘blues’, Promote hormonal balance during the menopause and peri-menopause.

    6. Thanda Passion Booster™ – Support systemic balance in the female reproductive system responsible for sexual arousal, Support healthy, pleasurable orgasms, Support a healthy sex drive and desire,Maintain a healthy nervous system to support a healthy sex drive, Maintain ongoing female sexual pleasure, Maintain optimal sexual health and vitality, Support the female reproductive, circulatory and hormonal systems.

    7. MenopolMenopol™ can give you relief from mild mood swings and hot flashes.

    8. Menozac – Natural Menopause Relief

    9. Evening Primrose Oil – according to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative medicine ” Evening primrose oil is used for conditions affecting women’s health, such as breast pain associated with the menstrual cycle, menopausal symptoms, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS).” You can find Evening Primrose Oil in supplement form in almost every type of retail outlet.

    Look below for additional resources for you to cope with menopause and menopausal disorders.

    Be sure to post a comment about what worked for you or if you know of any other natural remedies not listed here please feel free to share them here with others who are part of our community. Thanks for sharing.

    Take the time to find the help and the natural treatment you need, and you’ll be able to get on with your life and enjoy it to the fullest. You deserve to be happy and healthy and pain-free.

    To Your Optimal Health,
    Chris



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