Menopause is a condition that all women experience at one time or another. Today we share the common menopause symptoms that may indicate you are experiencing ‘the change’.
Hot flashes, moodiness, and night sweats are some of the most frequent and cause the most discomfort. The good news is that help is on hand. There are a number of things that you can do to greatly reduce the symptoms.
The 3 Stages Of Menopause
via Cleveland Clinic
Menopause occurs when a woman stops ovulating and her monthly period (menstruation) ceases. Most women enter menopause between the ages of 45 and 55. On average it is usually around 51.
Every female will experience menopause at different stages with bout one percent entering this stage before the age of 40 years. No two women are the same so it is very important to listen to your body.
34 Menopause Symptoms List
via 34 Menopause Symptoms
As you can see by the above list, there are 34 typical menopause symptoms. These include anxiety, itchy skin, panic disorder, depression, irritability, and gum problems. Changes to your diet and a reduction in your alcohol intake can greatly benefit you.
What Are Hot Flashes?
via University of Utah
3 out of 4 Women that suffer from Menopause, experience Hot Flashes. Knowing the causes helps to understand your condition. The good news is there are many remedies that you can try.
Your body temperature drops 1-degree Celcius during the hot flash and your body begins to perspire. Some women experience mild discomfort while others experience the soaking of their sheets. Drinking Sage Tea and sleeping with a fan are two simple ways to regulate your body.
Menopause Hot Flashes Treatment
via Positive Med
The above list outlines some effective natural Menopause and Hot Flash Remedies. As you can see, there is an emphasis on medicinal teas.
St. Johns Wort Tea stabilizes your mood and Lemon Balm Tea can assist with a good night’s sleep. Valerian Tea has a balancing and calming effect whilst Sage Tea reduces sweating attacks.
Night Sweat Home Remedy
Diane Laffoon has an excellent solution to Night Sweats. She suggests a drop of Sage Essential Oil on each big toe before bed.
Diane says it will aid you in having a good night’s rest. Be sure to give her idea a try, it may well work for you!
Black Cohosh For Menopause
Black Cohosh is an excellent alternative to pharmaceutical estrogen. It is used widely in European countries. It is best known for regulating hot flashes and hormone issues.
Another helpful way to reduce your night sweats is to swap out Synthetic bedding and clothing. They greatly contribute to the overheating of your body, especially while sleeping. Natural Fibers are the absolute best choice.