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March 27, 2020
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A Straightforward Focus On All Natural Solutions To Help Remedy Peri-Menopause

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Many women who are going through perimenopause and menopause are constantly searching for alternative hormone replacement therapies. In todays times, where it seems that a prescription is written for every ailment, its good to know that there are alternative forms of treatments. Holistic methods have greatly increased due to the nature that they are "natural", without all the chemicals and adverse side effects, not to mention the long term effects, as well.

Women, typically, experience menopause between the ages of 45 to 55years of age. Some can experience, perimenopause, as early as 30 years of age.

As one experiences these changes, one of the first symptoms is the effects of the radically changing estrogen levels in the body. A woman experiences, in her mid-forties, some very distressing symtoms of sudden weight gain, mood changes, hot flashes, insomnia, dizziness and sometimes depression. Upon approaching her doctor with these changes, with many questions, the conclusion is that she has entered the perimenopause stage.

The perimenopause stage is a real phase, as women were unaware of this time in the past, due to the fact that, it just was not talked about in doctors offices, as well as womens circles. Often times, women were thought to be delusional or crazy, in in long ago times, they were committed to sanitoriums.

We have entered the age, where "everything" can and will be discussed, so that the symptoms that we experience, are treated in the best way possible. Modern women of today, find this very comforting, for it reassures to them that they are not alone. This has been a great breakthrough in our modern times.

Within the holistic sector of remedies for perimenopause and menopausal symptoms, one such relief is using the Bach Flower method. This method has been around for quite a many years. Many women have been able to alleviate alot of their discomforting symptoms with the flower remedies. Some examples of such remedies that have had some great affects on the menopausal woman are as follows.The mustard flowers have been very useful in treating signs of depression. Scleranthus flowers are also beneficial for moodswings, that seem to appear out of no where. Olive and hormbeam flowers are good for fatigue and insomnia, Mimulus flowers for aging fears. The Star of Bethlehem flowers are good for melancoly, which often appears in the perimenopausal woman.

The preparations for the uses of the flower remedy would be to soak the flowers, and after the soak is finished, one would dispense about 1 to 10 drops of the flower water into a beverage of choice. It can also be administered by placing a drop directly on the tongue. It is fine to use as often as needed, without the fear and worry of any harmful adverse reactions, since they are of a completely natural concoction.

Learning about alternative medecine is becoming an increasingly growing query. Many women, are doing more and more research, on the various holistic remedies, for even the simplest ailments. It is comforting to know that the herbologists and homeopaths of today, are providing remarkable alternatives in medicine.


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