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For years, I have suffered, with menopausal symptoms.Â Honestly, I experienced everything from hot flashes,
mild depression, anxiety, heart palpitations, irritability, lethargy and mood swings.Â The symptoms were so unpredictable. Initially, I couldnâ€™t imagine why I felt so blasted â€ścrappy.â€ť
Â However, I decided to visit my local health food store and speak with my holistic practitioner. She questioned me pretty extensively about my symptoms.Â After the assessment, she informed me that my symptoms were related to menopause and that they were very common for a woman â€śmy age.â€ť
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Menopause is brought on by low levels of estrogen and progesterone and can cause symptoms such as irregular periods, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, memory loss and difficulty concentrating, insomnia and fatigue, frequent urination, and mood swings.
Many women going through the change of life opt for menopause natural remedies for various reasons. Most women choose menopause natural remedies because they are worried about the adverse-side effects of conventional medicine.
Vitamin E can be found abundantly in cucumbers, asparagus, mackerel, haddock, lamb, kale, liver, brown rice, safflower oil, sesame oil, almonds, and mangoes. Vitamin E is good in aiding vaginal dryness, but if you have rheumatic heart disease or a history of high blood pressure it should not be taken in excess.
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Are you coping with hot flashes? Want to reduce hot flashes naturally? I know I do not want to go the HRT or Hormone Replacement Therapy route. So, Iâ€™m continuing my research to help both myself and you my reader to â€śdiscoverâ€ť a Hot Flash Natural Treatment which help you in coping with the dreadful hot flashes.
Over the years we have heard and probably read a lot about how soy can help lessen the discomfort of menopausal symptoms.
Honestly, Iâ€™ve never tried soy for aiding in relieving menopausal dreads, but continue to read a lot about the potential benefits. Nonetheless I just read some information on how soy protein can bring about a solution, so I want to pass the insight on to you.
From my reading Iâ€™ve read that 2 or 3 teaspoons of soy protein in a womenâ€™s daily diet can ease the discomfort and distressed feelings brought about by hot flashes. You can consume the protein in many forms. You can add it to your power drinks, add it to your homemade smoothie, sprinkle it over cereal or simply add it to a glass of juice.
Remember, like all other natural remedies, it may take a while for you to experience the positive effects of the soy protein. I encourage you not to give up after a few attempts at gaining relief through a hot flash natural treatment.
You can purchase a high quality soy protein at your local health food store. For more information on the possible benefits of soy protein talk to your holistic practitioner. You may find one at your local health food store.
To your excellent health!
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Note- Please remember that it is always important to consult your health practitioner before beginning any remedies to make sure they wonâ€™t harm your health nor have any adverse effects. The information provided on this site is for educational purposes only. This publication, and the product contained herein are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
I want to share with you encouraging information I read recently regarding naturalÂ relief for hot flashesÂ during breast cancer treatment.Â The results of the study areÂ reported by Gynecological Endocrinology.Â According to the study, 25 menopausal women experiencing at least 14 hot flashes per week while undergoing various breast cancer treatments took 400mg or 800mg of magnesium oxide per day.
After four weeks, hot flashes had declined from an average frequency of 52 per week to 28 per week, or 41 percent lower.Â Also, hot flash severity declined by at least 25 percent in three out of four of the women.Â Side effects were few and minor, and many of the women continued to take magnesium for hot flashes after the study ended.
Because of these promising finding and low cost of magnesium tablets, researchers are planning a placebo controlled study.Â I must say that is exciting news because unquestionably, women who under go breast cancer certainly deserve a natural relief for hot flashes they experience during the treatment.
NOTE: Prior to consuming any herbs or remedies for hot flashes, I suggest you do your research and check with a health practitioner to make sure the herb is right for you.
Ameenah Lutfee has practiced optimal health for over 25 years before becoming a freelance writer.Â Her â€ś30 Key Discoveries for Natural Relief for Menopauseâ€ť report is free and available at her blog site, http://www.awesomehealthandwealth.com.Â She maintains up to date insights on natural relief for hot flashes via her blog site as well.