8 Natural Ways to Fight Menopause Symptoms

January 03, 2018   1361

Have you ever thought you can treat the discomfort and pain of menopause at home? Yes, it’s true several natural remedies can ease your menopause symptoms.

8 Natural Ways to Fight Menopause Symptoms

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For many women in their 40’s and 50’s, menopause brings pain and discomfort with hot flashes, sleep disorders, vaginal dryness, irregular periods, and mood swings. If you’re one of them, you know it’s not easy to continue with your routine work with these disruptive symptoms.

But that doesn’t mean medications with side effects and expensive surgeries are the last resort. Instead, you can give some natural remedies a try to alleviate your menopause symptoms. Unlike medications, they are free from side effects and are easy to use.

Let’s find out what make on our list of natural remedies for menopause.

St. John’s Wort for Mood Swing:

You can trust on St. John’s Wort while suffering from mood swings and sleep disorders resulting from menopause. Brew it in a tea or take it in a pill form—both are beneficial. But you must consult your doctor first as it can react to other medicines. A research shows that SJW not only ease the psychological and physical signs, but also become beneficial for menopausal women’s sex drive.

Ginseng for Better Sleep:

You can swear by the ginseng healing powers in cold and flu. It has the same therapeutic values to treat menopausal symptoms like fatigue, stress and anxiety.

Ginseng is a natural substance helping the body combats the stress while its ginsenosides are rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Healthspan.co.uk recommends ginseng in menopause because:

  • It contains adaptogens to increase the body efficiency to fight he mental and physical stress.
  • It improves the mood and sleep

Make sure to take it with your meals, as it may lead to nausea if taken on an empty stomach. According to Healthspan.co.uk, the recommended dose of ginseng must be between 800 mg to 2 g per day.

Black Cohosh for Hot Flashes:

Black Cohosh comes handy when you want to avoid antidepressants or the hormone replacement therapy. Several researches show that the herb is rich in phytochemicals that put an effect on the endocrine regulatory mechanism in your body. You can take it in any forms: tablets, capsules or dried powder to be mixed with water.

Carrot Seeds for Stress:

Stop squeezing your head and rush for some carrot seeds instead! Yes, carrots seeds soothe your pain associated with menopause. All you need to boil 1 tbsp. of carrot seeds with one glass of milk. Simmer it for 8-10 minutes and let it be warm. Drink it every day to keep the menopause tension at the bay.

 Beetroot Juice to Restore Lost Nutrients:

A delicious way to fight the unpleasing symptoms of menopause! As beetroots are alkaline, they regulate the acid levels in the body. Plus, they are the loaded with folic acid, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and sodium.

It replenishes calcium in the body during menopause to avoid the chances of osteoporosis. Besides, bio-available iron presence in beetroot makes it an effective remedy for menopauses. It is said to be the effective remedy for menopauses than synthetic hormones therapy.

Take it as salad, juice or in boiled form—well, the choice is yours!

Breathing Exercise To Calm You Down:

Taking too much stress can make the menopause signs like hot flashes more terrible. That’s why you must practice breathing to feel relax and stress free. From yoga meditation to rhythmic breathing, there are many beneficial breathing techniques neutralizing pH imbalance by improving the blood oxygenation and carbon dioxide saturation.

So, wait no more and start these breathing exercises with your favorite music in background.

Liquorice to Balance Estrogen Levels:

Dipping in liquorice level can lead to the menopausal disorders. You can take liquorice to balance the estrogen level. Besides, the herb is rich in anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and mild estrogenic properties which soothe almost all PMS signs. You can take 1 tbsp. of liquorice powder daily to reduce the pain and discomfort resulting from menopause.

And a Diet to Fight!

Eating right during your menopause can be the great aid in lowering down the symptoms. Make sure your diet is rich in calcium, antioxidants, vitamin D, iron and magnesium to keep yourself up during that period and beyond. A right diet is essential for hormone balance, diet and bone health, and immune system.

And Some Foods to Avoid……

Not all foods are your friend in menopause as some of them can trigger inflammation, hot flushes and other symptoms.

  • Say no to stimulants like coffee and alcohol to prevent hot flushes.
  • Cut on sugar and salty foods which make blood glucose level instable.

Last Note:

For better results, combine all these natural ways with your positive attitude. Keep yourself in high spirit and remember menopause is normal and natural process happened in this age.










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