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Tips To Naturally Deal With Menopause Symptoms

Menopause is a very natural phase of every woman’s life and it is not something to be worry or be sad about, in this time your body stops ovulating and producing enough estrogen and progesterone which in turn affect other parts and processes in the body resulting in several undesired symptoms like headaches, vaginal dryness, sweating at night, mood swings, etc.

Many women choose to take hormones replacements such as synthetic estrogen and progesterone that adversly affect the body qt the long term. Instead, check out the following tips that can help you manage the symptoms of menopause naturally.

1- Compensate The Lost Estrogen levels.

During menopause nd specially the first few years of menopause and until the body adapts to the change make sure to increase your consumption of foods that contain natural sources of estrogen such as beans, sprouts, flaxseed, garlic, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, cucumber, apple, anise seeds, cabbage, beets, olive oil, olives, papaya, sunflower seeds, peas, red clover , these foods also contain essential healthy fats, vitamins and minerals that will boost the other vital processes of the body.

2- To Deal With Hot Flashes.

The ideal option to dead with sweat and hot flashes during the night is to increase your consumption of water, aim to drink about 7 glasses of water everyday or more as well as eating three servings of water content rich fruits and vegetables.
Besides drinking water, make sure to stay in cool places and sleep in a cool room.

Taking 800 milligrams of primrose evening oil can also reduce hot flashes and maintain regular body temperature.

– In Order To Avoid Skin Dryness and Related Skin Problems Try This Remedy.

Mix two tablespoons of aloe vera gel, two table spoons rosewater, one tablespoon white vinegar, four drops of sandalwood essential oil, one drop of chamomile essential oil and four drops of aromatic geranium essential oil.
Apply this remedy to your skin daily before going to bed.

Tips To Naturally Deal With Menopause Symptoms

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