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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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Most People Just Flush Their Vitamins Down The Toilet
VITAMINS FOR HOT FLASHES…LIQUID VITAMIN vs PILLS OR CAPSULES
Are you one of those people, like me, who take the time to purchase vitamins for hot flashes, or simply for improving or maintaining your health? Sorry to give you the bad news but if you are taking vitamin pills or capsules you probably wasting your hard earned money.
This video touches on the need for menopausal woman to eat a healthy diet and to enhance their diet with supplements when necessary to ensure proper nutrition. The video also discusses vitamins for hot flashes.There isÂ much more information to gain regarding the use of vitamins, herbs and supplements.
Hereâ€™s a bit more information on vitamins and minerals that may help to lessen the discomfort of menopausal symptoms:
Great for skin, eyes and lessen dryness in vaginal area caused by low estrogen levels
Dark green vegetables, cod liver oil, Omega 3-Fish Oil
Yellow orange fruits and vegetables like carrots, pumpkin, papaya, mango, sweet potato, winter squash, cantaloupe and spinach are rich in vitamin A, collard greens, pumpkin, tomato, yogurt, butter
Enhance your energyâ€¦lessen lethargy which often comes with menopause; also support your liver function. B6 helps with emotional mood swings, depression, anxiety, irritability and insomnia..
Liver, egg yolks, dried Â beans, whole grains, yogurt, almond, brewers yeast, chicken breast, sunflower seeds, bananas, fish, broccoli, figs, dates, nuts, asparagus,
Reported to lessen hot flashes when taken with in combination with bioflavonoid
Helps with function of adrenal glands which is where a great-deal of the estrogen your body produces after menopause
Great for anti-stress, reducing anxiety
Strawberries, spinach, citrus fruits, watermelon, leafy dark green veggies, red/green peppers, cranberry juice, sweet potatoes, lemons, mangoes, lime, chicken
Critical for healthy bones
Support your bones use calcium and phosphorous
Egg yolks, liver, milk, salmon, halibut, fish oils and exposure to direct sunlight
Studies have shown helps to diminish PMS, anxiety and moodiness often associated with menopause
Wheat germ, almonds, yam, sunflower seeks, broccoli, whole grains, tomatoes, avocados, spinach, berries, mangoes, salmon, olive oil, whole grain products
Defends against osteoporosisâ€¦menopausal women susceptible to osteoporosis
Dairy products, dark green leafy vegetables, black strap molasses, yogurt, romaine lettuce, garlic, sesame seeds and avocado
Support bone health
Lessen fatigue that often comes with symptoms of menopause
Support to maintain healthy heart
Reported to reduce migraines that may accompany menopausal symptoms
Halibut, almonds, oatmeal, wheat brain, brown rice, lentils, bananas, raisins, yogurt, dry beans
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Vitamins for hot flashes may offer much needed relief. For more information on vitamins, herbs and supplements visit your local health food store and talk with the holistic nutritionist.
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