menopause information

Menopause is a natural condition that occurs in all women beginning in their late 40s and into their 50s. Menopause is triggered when the body produces less estrogen and progesterone; subsequently, the ovaries stop producing eggs, and menstruation slows and eventually ceases altogether. Side effects of hormone loss include hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, irritability, disrupted sleep patterns, and memory loss. More severe symptoms include vaginal infections and urinary tract infections, osteoporosis, and increased risk of heart disease.

Nutrition for Menopause

An estimated 50 million women in the United States have already reached menopause and many of these women suffer from a variety of menopausal symptoms. Nutritional changes for menopause can help by decreasing symptoms and preventing diseases asso...

Ayurveda for Menopause

Menopause is a natural part of every woman’s life cycle that may cause various symptoms from the decrease in estrogen...

Homeopathy for Menopause

Homeopathy offers a safe and simple solution for addressing the changes that occur during menopause and restoring bal...

Naturopathic Medicine for Menopause

Naturopathic Medicine offers diet, herbs, and lifestyle changes to naturally relieve the symptoms of menopause. Natur...

Herbal Remedies for Menopause

While this time of life can signal a transformation to a more spiritual phase of life accompanied by its own joys, th...

Aromatherapy/Essential Oils for Menopause

Aromatherapy and essential oils provide a natural way to address imbalances and relieve menopausal symptoms without t...

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menopause videos

Menopause: Natural Treatment
Menopause: Natural Treatment

Learn more about natural treatment of menopause in this short video. Dr David Bull offers advice on how to regulate body temperature to ease those hot flashes.

Menopause: The Dangers of HRT
Menopause: The Dangers of HRT

Dr. Sherrill Sellman on the dangers of Hormone Replacement Therapy, or HRT, and how it causes a hormonal imbalance in women. Read her book…

Menopause: A Chinese Herbal Prescription
Menopause: A Chinese Herbal Prescription

Learn more about one herbal treatment to treat menopause. It all depends on how accurate the herbalist understands your symptoms and how does your body respond to the herbs.

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menopause blogs

Traditional Chinese Medicine in Regina, Saskatchewan

While menopause is a natural process, many women experience a variety of symptoms which interfere with daily life. Those women may benefit from a Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine formula designe...

Kelley's Custom Creams

Even Jack in the Box has gotten into the menopause act with its new commercial for fruit smoothies, pitched by a woman in her garden talking about being blind-sided by her hot flashes. There are ma...

Holistic Nutritionist in Valencia and Encino CA

It’s More Important Than You Think! No two women will experience menopause the same way. Some women will sail through this time of their life with little or no discomfort, while others will ...

Well Within Natural Medicine in Saint Petersburg FL

By Melanie Smith, AP, DOM Author of Energy Medicine for Healthy Livingâ?¢ Resources www.wellwithin.net Free Newsletter and EBook Recently I spoke at a conference, "Women's Health Durin...

Inactive - BodyLogicMD

Experts say the best way to avoid menopause weight gain, is to keep your blood sugar levels balanced.  How do hormones affect weight gain? Although maintaining a healthy weight can be a ...

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