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Ways Of Treating Menopause At Home And The Right Lifestyle To Live

There are so many ways to reduce minor to moderate menopause symptoms naturally using home remedies and lifestyle changes.

The following are  some home remedy tips for managing menopause symptoms:

Keeping cool and staying comfortable

Wear loose, layered clothing, especially during the nighttime and during warm or unpredictable weather. This can help in managing hot flashes.

Keeping your bedroom cool and avoiding heavy blankets at night can also help reduce your chances of night sweats. If you frequently have night sweats, consider using a waterproof sheet under your bedding to protect your mattress.

Exercising and managing your weight

Reduce your daily calorie consumption by 400 to 600 calories to help deal with your weight. It is also necessary to exercise moderately for twenty to thirty minutes everyday. This can help to:

-Increase energy

-Promote a better night’s sleep

-Improve mood

-Promote your general well-being

Supplementing your diet

Take calcium, vitamin D and magnesium supplements to help in lowering your risk for osteoporosis and increase energy levels and sleep. See your doctor or medical consultant about supplements that can help you for your individual health needs.

Practicing relaxation techniques

Practice relaxation and breathing techniques like yoga, box breathing, meditation

Taking care of your skin

Use moisturizers daily to reduce skin dryness. You should also avoid excessive bathing or swimming, which can dry out or irritate your skin.

Managing sleeping issues

Make use of over the counter sleep medications to temporarily manage your insomnia or consider talking about natural sleep aids with your doctor or healthcare provider. Talk to your doctor if you frequently have trouble sleeping  so they can help you control it.

Quitting smoking and limiting alcohol consumption

You should stop smoking and avoid exposure to secondhand smoke. Exposure to cigarettes may make your symptoms worse.

You should also reduce your consumption of Alcohol to reduce aggravating symptoms. Heavy drinking during menopause may increase your risk of health concerns.

Content created and supplied by: DrEnimofe (via Opera News )

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