Menopause Treatment for Three Common Symptoms
While some women welcome menopause into their lives, they may also dread the changes that will occur in the period leading up to menopause. You see, the term “menopause” means that all symptoms have vanished and you have not had a period for a year or more.
What women are actually looking for is pre menopause treatment – which is the time period when all of the changes are occurring and menopause symptoms start to appear. These things can be very hard to prepare for because they can happen anywhere between the ages of 35 to 50 and can last for ten years – more or less!
Most people know about the most common symptoms of hot flashes and night sweats, but there are three more that you may not be aware of that could greatly affect your quality of life. They are as follows.
Diminished Mental Ability: You may think you’re concentrating so hard on how to get rid of your menopause symptoms that you just can’t think of anything else. But actually, as your hormones undergo changes it is slightly affecting your ability to concentrate. Be aware though, that thyroid conditions can also affect your thinking ability, so be sure to get a second opinion on this one. You might try taking St. John’s Wort, which is used to treat a variety of symptoms. Also get enough exercise and eat healthy foods high in Omega 3 fatty acids.
Dry or Extra Oily Skin: There’s no real way to know which skin problem you will experience, but since the skin is the largest organ of the body, and it’s on the outside, you will probably notice this as one of your first menopause symptoms. Menopause treatment here might be as easy as using your favorite moisturizes more often. Also, natural oils like coconut oil or taking Vitamin E daily have been known to help for dry skin. Oils may be able to balance out your skins natural PH level, so these things may work in both cases.
Fibroids – Please don’t get stressed over this one. Fibrous growths can grow on the uterus or ovaries at the time of pre menopause, but they do not seem to pose a problem for most women. They are usually benign and even though they may cause hormone levels to fluctuate even more, they usually disappear when you reach full menopause. Again, exercising to keep unwanted weight off is a good defense if this happens to you.
Remember, all of these things are a normal progression to you having NO menopause symptoms at all! But in the meantime, you may want to investigate some menopause treatments that will result in getting through pre menopause with the least amount of stress as is humanly possible.
Source by Mary O’Mally