Safe Ways to Deal With Symptoms of Menopause

Menopause is the point in time when a woman’s ovaries stop producing eggs, her body produces less estrogen and progesterone, and menstruation becomes less frequent, eventually stopping altogether. Common symptoms of menopause include heart pounding or racing, hot flashes, night sweats, skin flushing, and sleeping problems (insomnia).

Menopause is a natural event. It normally occurs between the ages of 45 and 55. At that period, hormonal levels shift and that affects the body so profoundly that it may change the way you look and feel. For example, you find it difficult to control weight gain and diets and exercise routines lose their effectiveness.

Although menopause is not an illness but the changes can cause you feel uncomfortable. The thing you need to do to relieve your symptoms is to balance your hormones.

Recently, with the evolution of as medical technology and knowledge, more new solutions have been created to manage menopause. The following ways can help you to face with menopause:

* Symptom treatment: Take a natural compound called Amberen which has been proved to relieve most menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms including hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, mood swings, frequent headaches and yes, decreased libido without any side effects. Amberen it offers hormone rejuvenation instead of hormone replacement which may link to cancer.

* Diet: Include 1200 to 1500 milligrams of calcium and also keep keep an eye on include iron, fiber and vitamin D in your daily diet. Vegetables, fruits and soy products (soy milk, tofu) are good for you. Avoid spicy foods, caffeine and alcohol which may trigger hot flashes.

* Exercise: Do exercise regularly to reduce symptoms of menopause or use using products like Amberen to balance hormones that can help you stay slim and active through your menopause.

* Your emotional health: Take care of your emotions and manage stress through yoga and meditation. Your mental wellbeing can make menopause easier to deal with.

 


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