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More Natural Remedies for Menopause September 25, 2009

Posted by feminestra in Health, Healthy living, Menopause, Natural Menopause Relief.
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Here are some more natural menopause remedies that I found in a related article.
 

This decade is said to be the time when the so-called baby boomers have reached the end of their prime. Half of these baby boomers are women and are most likely experiencing menopause.

Here are some common, as well as natural menopause treatments that a woman can take to facilitate relief and comfort during this crucial period in her life.

1…It is best to eat the right kind of food at this point and complement the healthy diet with vitamins so that you still get your daily allowance. Vitamin E (500IU) and Calcium (1,000 to 1,500 mg) daily has been proven to help with the symptoms.

5…In terms of hot flashes, exercise is said to be the ultimate remedy. Exercise keeps the body active and promotes the health of the heart

Update 9/25: Extension to the list from another site. Feminestra can do what many of these do without having to take all of the extra pills

Ginseng increases the production of estrogen and protects against hot flashes;
– Dong quai helps to maintain reproductive system function, boosts heart health, and increases the efficacy of other herbs;
– Damiana increases libido and calms hot flashes;
– Black cohosh is a natural pain reliever;
– Aloe gel relieves vaginal dryness naturally;
– Sarsaparilla improves sexual desire;
– Calendula relieves vaginal dryness
– St. John’s Wort relieves mild depression.
Source: http://stress.itsacoolblog.com/natural-remedies-for-coping-with-menopause

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1. Mill Sbuchanan - October 17, 2009

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the main treatment for menopausal symptoms. It relieves hot flushes and vaginal dryness, and reduces the chance of urinary infections. It can also help if you feel depressed. Try B-6 it helped with the hot flashes and the night sweats, it will make your urine dark almost orange, but it does help. Also good cardio workouts, they help with the mood swings.


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