We have listed 34 of the top symptoms you can check to see if you may be going through ‘the change’.
Hot flashes are the most frequent symptoms of menopause and many women suffer severely. If you don’t want to use hormone therapy and want natural remedies, try Fermented Soy, Flaxseed or Evening Primrose to see which suits you best.
Best Home Remedies For Menopause
Our post includes loads of helpful information like this excellent infographic
Positive changes to diet and reduction of Alcohol can also assist. We have also added a ‘Menopause Checklist’ so you can see if you are experiencing the signs of Menopause.
This information is of a general nature and has been collected from a number of websites. All queries should be raised with a qualified Professional or your GP.
via Dr. Axe
Natural Menopause Treatments Video
Dr. Josh Axe shares 5 tips that will change your world when it comes to Menopause. His first suggestion is to start with diet and eliminate processed sugar which he says wreaks havoc.
He says that his suggestions will see you experiencing relief in as short a time as 24 hours if you follow his advice. Click play above ^
Menopause occurs when a woman stops ovulating and her monthly period (menstruation) ceases. Most women reach menopause between the ages of 45 and 55, with the average age around 51.
Black Cohosh is excellent for treating hot flashes and is used widely in Europe. Drinking several cups of Sage Tea can also provide relief.
It is suggested that you should swap out Synthetic bedding and clothing as this can contribute to overheating of your body, especially while you are sleeping. Natural Fibers are the best choice.
Diane Laffoon has an excellent solution to Night Sweats. She suggests using a drop of Young Living Clary Sage Essential Oil on each bit toe before bed.
She says it will aid you in having a good night’s rest. Be sure to try and let us know the results.
There’s a number of things you can do to combat Hot Flashes including Yoga, Acupuncture, Vitamin E, Apple Cider Vinegar, Soy to name a few.
This infographic from the University of Utah has some further great tips. Interestingly they have some updates from November 2018 about some new treatments for Menopause too.
Here’s another list of effective Menopause and Hot Flash Remedies from Positive Med with some excellent suggestions.
Have you read up on The Menopause Diet – if you are looking for some great tips and tricks, this has been specifically written for the condition and promises to greatly relieve the symptoms through correct eating. You can see more about the book that is available on Kindle here
3 out of 4 Women that suffer Menopause, suffer from Hot Flashes, knowing the causes plays a major part in understanding your condition and then being able to remedy it. This chart is very helpful. Find out if you have an underactive Thyroid here.