Menopause is characterized by a lack of a menstrual cycle for twelve months. It is characterized by the natural decline in the reproductive hormones of a woman when she reaches a particular age. The decline in the production of certain hormones in the ovaries of a woman can result in this. These hormones are estrogen and progesterone.
Age is one of the factors that greatly influence the decline in production. It is a natural part of aging and it starts between the ages of 45 and 55. During menopause, women often experience uncomfortable symptoms ranging from hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness, weight gain, insomnia, irregular changes in bleeding, and loss of sexual desire.
There are things you can incorporate into your diet to help relieve hormonal symptoms of menopause. There are natural remedies to help relieve and deal with menopause.
Below are 4 natural ways to deal with menopausal symptoms.
Black Cohosh: Black cohosh has been used for centuries to help women with menopausal symptoms, and it is most effective in treating hot flashes. It has some ability to mimic estrogen in the body, relieving the hot flashes and mood swings that plague many women.
Limiting Caffeine-cutting caffeine or limiting its intake can help with your symptoms as well.
Soy-soy has a natural estrogen-like compound that helps balance hormones.
Garlic-incorporating garlic and onion into your diet instead of adding salt can also be beneficial.
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