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Overcoming Symptoms of Menopause

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Overcoming Symptoms of Menopause

Menopause presents some uncomfortable symptoms for women going through “the change.” The symptoms can affect many aspects of a woman’s life such as sleep and social interactions. According to the Mayo Clinic, menopause is defined as an occurrence 12 months after your last menstrual period and affects women at the age of 51 on average, but can begin in your 40s. Working with your doctor, you can work on a therapy such as hormone replacement therapy etc. to help minimize the effects of menopause. In the home, there are ways to help combat the uncomfortable effects of “the change.”

You can choose sleepwear that is specifically designed for wicking moisture away from you. Our bodies cool themselves by sweating and that evaporative process cools us. Allowing that moisture to evaporate can help stop sweaty sheets or pajamas. Many pajamas specifically designed for hot flashes and night sweats are made from a quick drying, soft smart fabric that whisks moisture away from your skin and is not only functional but quite fashionable!! If you like to have a robe around the house, the ABC Fitting Robe is perfect with its silky fabric. Curl up and be comfortable. Maybe you are a nightshirt kind of person, you still have options. Cool Jams offers the Melinda, Kristi, and the Button Front Nightshirts. By using materials specifically designed to allow our bodies to cool themselves, a good night sleep is possible.

Overcoming Symptoms of Menopause

ABC Fitting Robe

Supplements for Menopause

Another way to handle hot flashes is with supplements. Many supplements with phytoestrogen (estrogen like compounds found in plants) have been modestly effective. Menopausal women can use supplements such as the I-Cool For Menopause Plus Omega-3. These are natural supplements that are clinically proven to minimize hot flashes, it also has biotin and vitamin E to help support healthy hair, skin, and immune system health. For postmenopausal women, they can benefit from aids that reduce bone density loss as well as supporting cardiovascular health. You should always consult your physician before starting any supplement regiment. Staying cooler at night is now easier than ever!

Promensil Menopause Double Strength Relief Hot Flashes Night Sweats I-Cool For Menopause plus Omega-3 30 Tablets
 

Go Natural for Menopause

Dealing with the negative side effects of menopause can be a multifaceted attack. While dressing cooler or taking supplements may help you at night in bed, is there a natural way to deal with some of the symptoms? Our sense of smell can be a great ally in combating the effects of menopause. Aromatherapy options are created from natural ingredients and offer relief. Oils such as clary sage, anise, coriander, and to some degree basil contain estrogen -like substances. Essential oils of peppermint and lemon, as well as cypress , can help relieve hot flashes.Another option is the use of a daily multivitamin such as the Rainbow Light Menopause One Multivitamin. Vitamins and antioxidants promote relief of menopause symptoms. The use of a transdermal patch can also help minimize the irritating symptoms of menopause. These herbal options are absorbed directly through the skin into the bloodstream. Natural Patches of Vermont PMS and MenopauseFormula Essential Oil Patch is a simple way to balance the nervous system and lift depression and anxiety. Take control of your menopause symptoms and enjoy life.

 

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