Early menopause: herbs, plants, roots
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The birth of a child is every woman's dream, however, early menopause can destroy that dream. Menopause that occurs before the age of 40 is called premature menopause. Menopause, which occurs between the ages of 40 and 45, is called early menopause. About 5% of women go through early menopause naturally.1 Smoking and certain medications or treatments can cause menopause earlier than usual.
“I still have time for my privacy, my marriage and a child. Education and work first! I have a lot of time ”- this is the meaning of life which is increasingly chosen by modern women. The greatest threat that results from postponing motherhood is the loss of fertility, and therefore the loss of the chance to be a mother. Therefore, it is especially important to act responsibly. After the age of 30, a woman's fertility decreases significantly and the likelihood of implantation of an embryo is reduced. After 30 years, the female body produces much less progesterone, and the risk of premature menopause increases.
Menopause is the physiological period when menstrual bleeding stops and ovarian function stops. It is a natural and inevitable step in the life of every woman. It is inextricably associated by society with a birth certificate reaching around 50 years old. Unfortunately ! Although it seems unlikely, there are women who experience menopause before the age of 40 or even 30. Therefore, when you postpone the decision to have a child for the third decade of life, you need to monitor your fertility. It is certainly a form of protection that will ensure that it is not too late when the “right time” comes to get pregnant.
OUR REMEDY AGAINST Early Menopause
This natural remedy includes a proprietary blend of herbal remedies including apple powder, cranberry fruit, passionflower, schizandra berry, vitamin C, B, iron, calcium and magnesium to support the hormone balance and promote health and the welfare of a woman in general.
In essence, this natural treatment will help you in the following areas:
- Promotes healthy urinary tract
- Support healthy reproductive organs
- Provides nutritional support for hormonal balance
- Helps protect against free radical damage
- Promotes a balanced mood
- Helps maintain natural energy levels
In addition, this natural treatment that we offer provides optimal amounts of important natural phytonutrients, bioflavonoids, advanced antioxidants with molecular technology and a proprietary blend of fruits and vegetables to ensure that your body receives all the micro and macro essential and semi-essential nutrients necessary for ideal health. This unique formula is designed to nourish and protect our body by filling the nutritional gaps in our daily diet and providing optimal health and vitality.
Duration of treatment
The duration of treatment for premature menopause is ONE to TWO months. The first signs of improved well-being can only be noticed after 2-3 weeks of regular use, so be patient and you will be successful without using conventional medications.
How does natural menopause occur?
Natural menopause is not caused by any type of medical or surgical treatment.
The process is gradual and has three stages:
Premenopause: This usually begins several years before menopause, when the ovaries gradually produce less estrogen. This lasts until menopause, when the ovaries stop releasing eggs and many women start to have symptoms of menopause.
Menopause: This is when it has been a year since a woman had her last period. At this point, the ovaries have stopped releasing eggs and making most of their estrogen.
Post menopause: These are the years after menopause. During this stage, the symptoms of menopause ease for most women. But the health risks of losing estrogen increase as a woman ages.
What are the causes of premature menopause?
Premature menopause can be the result of genetics, autoimmune diseases, or procedures. Other conditions that can cause premature menopause include:
Premature ovarian failure: caused by changes in the levels of estrogen and progesterone produced by the ovaries that prevent the ovaries from prematurely releasing eggs. Premature ovarian failure is not always permanent.
Induced menopause : This occurs when the ovaries are surgically removed for medical reasons, such as cancer of the uterus or as a result of damage to the ovaries caused by radiation therapy or chemotherapy.
What are the symptoms of menopause?
Every woman's experience of menopause is unique. Symptoms are usually more severe when menopause comes on suddenly or over a shorter period. Conditions that impact ovarian health, such as cancer or hysterectomy, or certain lifestyle choices, such as smoking tend to increase the severity and duration of symptoms.
Besides the changes in menstruation, the symptoms of premenopause, menopause, and after menopause are generally the same. The most common early signs of premenopause are:
- less frequent periods
- periods heavier or lighter than what you normally experience
- Vasomotor symptoms including hot ashes, night sweats.
- Hot flashes: a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads across the upper body, often accompanied by redness and sweating.
- Mood swings
- Racing heart
- Pain and pain in joints and muscles
- Libido changes (libido)
- Vaginal dryness
- Bladder control problems
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