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Relief for the Symptoms of Menopause

Frequent and embarrassing hot flashes, mood issues, dryness, weight gain and more are just some of the challenging symptoms of hormonal fluctuation in all stages of menopause. There's obviously no cure for menopause but many use prescription and over the counter medications to assist with relieving some of the symptoms. If the effects of menopause are frequently impacting your life in a negative basis you may be searching for options for managing the symptoms of menopause.

Frequently used Menopausal Products:

  • HRT or Hormone Replacement Therapy
    Prescribed by a doctor, HRT can relieve many of the symptoms of menopause. It also helps prevent osteoporosis and certain cancers. The down side of HRT is that it increases chances of breast, ovary and uterine cancer. It can also raise the possibility of having a stroke and heart disease.
  • Antidepressants
    Doctors frequently prescribe anti-depressants for mood swings and hot flashes associated with menopause. Some side effects are typical with anti-depressants but vary depending on the drug selected.
  • Clonidine
    Typically used for handling high blood pressure, Clonidine is often prescribed for assisting women with severe hot flashes. However the side effects of Clonidine can prohibit women from continued use. Some of those include sleeplessness, dizziness, depression and more.
  • Gabapentin
    This medication is used to handle seizures but also provides some relief for severe hot flashes. Side effects can significant with dizziness, drowsiness and blurd vision.
  • Vaginal estrogen
    For those experiencing problems with dryness and urinary issues, doctors will prescribe vaginal estrogen cream to help.

Natural Options

  • Vitamins
    Many experts suggestion vitamins such as Omega 3 tablets for help in managing menopause symptoms. Omega 3 vitamins are often effective with the emotional aspect of menopause.
  • Exercise
    Exercise has proven to improve many physical and psychology symptoms of menopause. Many women are able to eliminate medications and other methods used for menopause with regular exercise. This may include walking, swimming and other low impact exercise. Yoga is often good for muscle tone, stretching and stress reduction.
  • Healthy Diet
    A balanced diet rich in vitamins is said to improve the symptoms of menopause for several patients. Many experts also specifically recommend soybeans in a woman's diet to help with menopause.
  • Eliminate Caffeine
    For those that struggle with a good night's sleep, reducing or eliminating caffeine can have a positive effect.
  • Natural Hormonal Remedies
    Include the mix of natural ingredients such as herbs, vitamins and minerals to reduce the effects of menopause. These options do not require a prescription, are affordable and typically come with zero negative side effects.

Menopause Puts You At Risk Of Developing This Scary Health Condition

Night sweats and hot flashes during menopause are often seen as annoying side effects of dropping estrogen levels, but they may be presenting more health risks than previously thought. In a recent study published by The North American Menopause Society ...

Published:  Thu, 23 Nov 2017 12:20:00 GMT

8 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Early Menopause

From sticking your head inside the freezer during hot flashes to coming to grips with the fact your child-bearing years are behind you, menopause is a reality for every woman at some point. While most women have some idea as to when it will take place ...

Published:  Wed, 22 Nov 2017 10:24:00 GMT

Hormone therapy in the menopause transition did not increase stroke risk

Postmenopausal hormone therapy is not associated with increased risk of stroke, provided that it is started early, according to a report from Karolinska Institutet published in the journal PLOS Medicine. Roughly three in ten women in the menopause ...

Published:  Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT

After Menopause, Should BMI Cutoff Be Lowered for Classifying Obesity

For postmenopausal women, traditional body mass index (BMI) cutoffs for classifying obesity may be too high, researchers reported. The sensitivity of defining obesity with a BMI of 30 was low among postmenopausal women with a body fat percentage of 35 or ...

Published:  Mon, 20 Nov 2017 20:02:00 GMT

Ayurveda and Yoga for Menopause

Learn more about the ayurvedic approach to menopause, then join Kathryn for a yoga, pranayama, relaxation and meditation practice that is designed to support this stage of life. Thank you to , the official mat of Yoga International. Yoga classes are only ...

Published:  Wed, 22 Nov 2017 09:25:00 GMT

How to hit the pause button on menopause and its annoying symptoms

Fresh off her appearance on "The Doctors" Friday, October 6th, Dr. Prudence Hall, author of the new book Radiant Again & Forever joins us to expound on topics such as "hitting pause on menopause" and some of its more annoying symptoms of weight gain ...

Published:  Wed, 15 Nov 2017 07:50:00 GMT

World Menopause Treatment Market Future Demand, Top Key Players Share, Major Regions and Forecasts to 2023

The Menopause Treatment Market report explores on the basis of non-hormonal treatment, the market has been segmented as anti-depressants, anti-anxiety, anti-migraine and others. Based on the end user, the market has been segmented as hospitals & clinics ...

Published:  Mon, 20 Nov 2017 07:17:00 GMT

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