Many women experience menopause as a time of great change and transition. While many welcome this time of reflection and growth, others may find their symptoms become more severe. One of the most common symptoms of menopause is hot flashes. While there are many treatments available, including medication and therapy, one natural remedy that has been found to be helpful is yam.
According to Healthline, yam is a plant that has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for a variety of health problems. In women who are experiencing menopause, yam is helpful in relieving hot flashes. This is due to the fact that yam is a source of both estrogen and progesterone.
While estrogen is responsible for maintaining the menstrual cycle, progesterone is responsible for supporting the health of the ovaries and the endometrium. When these areas are weakened by menopause, the combination of estrogen and progesterone can help to restore balance.
While yam is not a cure for menopause, it is a helpful supplement to traditional therapy. It can help to relieve symptoms and may help to prevent them from becoming more severe. If you are experiencing hot flashes and would like to try yam as a remedy, be sure to speak with your doctor first. While there are many options available for treating menopause, only your doctor can determine which is best for you.
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