Women who reach their 40’s may start experiencing a change in their body, the natural biological process of menopause. Although many women experience the symptoms as early as in their 30’s, some younger women are also vulnerable to early signs of menopause due to health conditions. Ovarian insufficiency and removal of the uterus can highly contribute to premature menopause.
Bodily changes, such as irregular periods, hot flashes, hot flushes, chills and night sweats, can last for months and years. These symptoms manifest due to the decrease in Estrogens levels. Given that these menopausal symptoms can lead to discomfort and even serious health complications, treatment and remedies are vital.
Every menopause experience is different for every woman. Some may experience fewer symptoms, whilst others may feel severe discomfort. Severe symptoms usually include sleep problems, mood changes, and weight gain, thinning hair, dryness of skin and loss of breast fullness. In addition, women who are very much affected by menopause complain of urinary discomfort, decreased quality of life and irritability.
The Best Diet to Reduce Menopausal Symptoms
Menopause is a part of ageing. However, despite its negative effects, there are ways to reduce its symptoms. One of which is a well-balanced diet.
Aside from eating a well-balanced diet and drinking healthy teas, the following are also effective to eliminate menopausal symptoms.
1. Controlled Breathing
Being able to learn how to perform controlled breathing techniques will assist
2. Daily Exercise
Exercising daily has a lot of benefits to your overall physical and mental health. It is associated with
alleviating symptoms, including poor sleep, fatigue, stress and anxiety
3. Avoiding Trigger Foods
Trigger foods can increase the negative effects of menopause. Alcohol, spicy foods, processed foods,
caffeine, chocolate, fast foods and fatty meats are foods to avoid.
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