Jun 21

Relieve Menopause Symptoms With Natural Herbs

Menopause is just a normal phase in a natural process and we shouldn’t try to stop it. What we want to do is to normalize the body to facilitate the normal progression of life’s internal events. Menopause is not a disease and should not be treated as one. Some people view the aging process itself as a disease and menopause is just one of the normal changes that occurs as a woman ages. This change is programmed into our physiology by Nature and we shouldn’t tamper with it.
Each woman’s symptoms may differ from minor discomfort to severe pain which can almost be debilitating. Studies have shown that taking a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) may have devastating effects on the body. These therapies may provide instant relief for those suffering but there are potentially serious risks involved. Cancer, bone density conditions such as osteoporosis, strokes, heart disease and even blood clots in the lungs are among the many risks involved in these types of menopause therapies.
A better way to treat menopause would be to help normalize the body’s balance which can lead to a normal and often faster progression of this important time. This can result in a healthier period of time for older and middle-aged women without the risk of dying early from breast cancer, heart disease or stroke.
A natural and more normal approach to relieve menopause symptoms includes proper diet, exercise, and the use of certain supplements including many herbs, which can be helpful in achieving a balanced body. Herbs have been used since human beings have inhabited the planet. Ancient civilizations used local plants for medicinal purposes.
While most preparations are completely safe, there are herbal combinations that can be quite harmful. As with most alternative health practices, use products and compounds cautiously and with reference to authoritative sources. Just because they come from plants does not guarantee they are harmless. Many of the drugs developed in the last 100 years originate from plant extracts. It is equally important to be careful using herbs when also using drugs since they may interact.

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