Let Us Learn How Women Deal with The Big Change Naturally

If you are male or a husband, you got to know that women or your wife  have a lot of loads put up to them by nature. Menstruation, pregnancy, motherhood and menopause. The last one is the big change and would apt to be called a “horror” episode of a woman’s life at age 50 and above.



The famous hot flashes and night sweats would be present anytime of the day. Not to mention the vaginal dryness, loss of sexual libido, memory loss and even mood swings.

There is a hormone replacement therapy that can benefit the women who have these bouts of “horrible experience” during there menopausal period.

Doctors will tell you that you only have two options in dealing with it. Take the hormone replacements or just endure the symptoms. That’s why a few women knew that there are alternative ways to deal with this naturally occurring period in the women’s life.

By taking vitamin E supplement, hot flashes may be controlled or eliminated. And the best way tot take it is by dividing the dose (1,000IU) in four or five doses a day. That would be 200IU per take.

If you have night sweats, take one dose before bed and another during the night if you wake up. If you have started feeling well, gradually start reducing the dosage until you reach the minimum 400IU daily.

To add the “E” in your diet, include avocado, flaxseed and wheat germ in your daily food intake. And make sure you have a daily supplement of the Vitamin-B Complex to help reduce stress while dealing with menopausal symptoms.

Black Cohosh

Black Cohosh

A few women knew that there are herbs that could actually help in correcting hormonal imbalance. The black cohosh herb attaches to the estrogen receptor sites in the body, helping to correct the hormone imbalances and helps reduce hot flashes and night sweats. There are available tinctures and tea preparations in health shops.

‘Sweat more to Sweat Less”. Well, according to a study, the night sweats occur because the body is trying to eliminate the toxins that is normally expelled during menstruation.

And during menopause, the body is trying to find another means to expel it, thus the night sweats. To help relieve the symptoms, it has been found that going to the sauna or steam bath could actually help relieve the symptoms.

It’s important to have that emotional support, specially during this time big change.

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