Wednesday, October 21, 2009

How To Conquer Menopause

The fourth stage is post menopause which comes after the last menstruation period. Three types of Menopause are :
The first is the natural kind which is part and parcel with aging. The second stage is peri-menopause which are the years immediately preceding menopause. To find a help is needed indeed. It shall happen anytime during the right year or age of the woman.

It makes sleeping very uncomfortable because of heavy night sweats that you can barely understand why you have them, having a hard time to focus yourself on things you usually do, daily routinely activities become harder to finish than usual, unexplainable weight loss or weight gain, un-pretty bloating sensations and gaseous pass, severe uncontrollable mood swings, unclear reasons of sudden burst of crying, diminishing self esteem. Weight gain is due to slow metabolism. The more serious symptoms, as heavy bleeding during the period, high blood pressure, heart palpitation and depression, need medical diagnosis.

Study the root of your emotional problem. Then it hits you Menopause stage is just an arms length away. How can the occurrences of hot flashes and night sweats be controlled? All women suffer from these unpleasant symptoms before, during and after the menopause. Since it can take from 12-24 months for a book to go from research to the shelves, many medical facts and research are already out of date. What you will learn.

You can learn the newest discovery. It can also help boost your sexual hormones as active as 10years younger your age That is a major plus Don't let this moment pass. It is never fun and annoying when you feel uncomfortable in any way. Be vigilant about your health. This is an easy step by step process of healing yourself. Sense the different reasons or factors that aggravate the hormones. It is a help guide for all menopausal women who cannot cope with the inconvenience of this stage.


Jacqueline said...

Thanks for the information. I do like to think of what I'm going through as "conquering menopause", so this post instantly grabbed me! I am taking a holistic approach to menopause and have found that making changes to diet, exercise, and use of certain herbs to be a natural way to feel good. Here's an article you might like from Women to Women dot com (on perimenopause symptoms)... Menopause: Perimenopause — the beginning of hormonal change