Top Natural Remedies for Menopause Symptoms

Menopause is the most natural process in the life of women which indicates the day you have no periods for 12 months. This means that your ovaries do not produce an egg anymore. When you don’t produce an egg your estrogen and progesterone levels are imbalanced. Without producing an egg your body will not generate progesterone. Progesterone level gets lower and the estrogen gets higher. All these changes lead to hormonal imbalance the detailed treatment methods of which you may find at www.rosewellness.com.

Though it’s the pretty most natural process of physical and hormonal changes, women go through uncomfortable symptoms such as

  • Changes in fertility
  •  Blood pressure
  • Weak bones
  • Memory loss
  • Anxiety
  •  Mood swings
  • Weight Gain
  • Vaginal dryness
  •  Fatigue
  •  Hot Flashes
  •  Insomnia
  • Life and Social changes

When you avoid turning to hormone replacement therapy, the following natural remedies would help you to fight the symptoms. Anyway, natural doesn’t mean safe. Drugs and supplements also are made of specific types of herbs and plants and the ingredients containing in them may be harmful for your body. So it’s a must to consult with the doctor to check the most useful way of treating your symptoms naturally. You’re dealing with hormones, be attentive with them.

Here are some natural remedies for reduce the symptoms

Green tea

It has many benefits like reducing stress, fighting against cancer and boosting the immune system. Also it has a good impact on the brain that stimulates memory.

It’s good for :

  • stress management
  • memory
  • focus

Healthy sleep

The amount of sleep doesn’t matter if the quality of it isn’t good enough. When you feel anxiety and fatigue cortisol and adrenocorticotropic hormones are being released through the vines, increasing the heartbeat and blood pressure. Then your body feels alert and wakes up in the middle of the night. Lack of sleep affects your ability to focus, learn and remember. It’s good for:

  • stress management
  • prevent from weight gain
  • memory
  • immune system

Sage

Many researches have been done to discover its impact on menopausal syndromes. They show that the use of sade reduces the hot flashes for around 50-64% and mood swings for around 47%. You can use them in tea or meals.

Vitamin E

It’s a nutrition that supports your immune system and helps your cells to regenerate. It is famous for its good impact on eyes and skin. They reduce the following menopausal symptoms:

  • hot flashes
  • common skin issues

Vitamin E combined with  flaxseed oil is used to relief the vaginal dryness

Soy and red clover

Soy is an oestrogenic plant and it imitates the effects of estrogen in your body. The same does the red clover. Red clover also increases the good cholesterol in your body and protects your heart when your estrogen is imbalanced.

Ginkgo biloba

It’s a leaf of the ancient maidenhair tree. It pushes the sexual desire, also solves memory problems and anxiety.

As the progesterone level decreased, add the following to your diet

  • chastberry herb
  • beans
  •  broccoli
  • brussels sprouts
  • cabbage
  • cauliflower
  • kale
  •  nuts
  • pumpkin

You would also need to

  • use calcium to strengthen bones
  • use magnesium for better sleep and stress disorder
  • try acupuncture therapy
  • black cohosh to reduce hot flashes and mood swings
  • drink lots of water
  • exercise 

Be good at stress management, take care of your body, your mind and health. Most of the  time we jump to all of these fixes, we don’t even realize that we’re not doing the basics. That’s so important.

Frank Meyer

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