Menopause is a major transformation from a reproductive to a non-reproductive phase in a woman’s life. This transition usually takes place after the age of 50 and brings with it a host of symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, irregular periods, and mood swings. The best menopause treatments may include using natural supplements because they don't have side effects like prescription drugs do. Here are some of the best choices:
Soybeans: These increase the level of estrogen in the body. Including soybeans in your normal diet can ensure that you get the minimum amount of estrogen required.
St John’s Wort: This is a natural anti-depressant and can treat mild depression — one of the most common symptoms of menopause.
Ginseng: Ginseng can ensure mental as well as physical wellbeing by preventing hot flashes as well as reducing the effects of depression.
Withania: This herb ensures wellness because it maintains healthy levels of estrogen.
Evening Primrose Oil: It can relieve breast pain and other perimenopausal symptoms. It is also a very good treatment for bladder problems.
Chasteberry: It inhibits the effect of prolactin during menopause.
Natural Progesterone: This type of progesterone is generally made by using soy and wild yams. It has the same molecular composition as the hormone that is manufactured by the body.
Additionally, all-in-one natural women’s health supplements are available on the market. These supplements have been known to reduce as well as address the various complaints that are generally associated with menopause, such as mood swings, hot flashes, and night sweats.
MacaActive is helpful in stimulating the human hormonal glands and ensuring that these glands function more efficiently. This supplement also promotes overall sexual health of women and increases their energy and vitality.
Total Balance Women’s Plus is another effective supplement for the treatment of menopause. This formulation is known to maintain effective hormonal balance in women both before and after menopause.
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