Natural Remedies for Menopause Symptoms

by Laura Ramirez on August 3, 2011

Natural remedies for menopause symptoms are a good way to treat hot flashes, fatigue, failing memory, mood swings, night sweats, low libido, irritability, weight gain and more. Women have used herbs throughout time to help make the transition through menopause easier and more graceful. If you don’t want to play around with saliva testing, taking hormones and constantly having your levels rechecked, this may be the way to go. Taken properly along with a good, nutritionally sound diet, herbs can help to balance hormones naturally.

The question is which herbs to take. Some are more effective than others. For hot flashes, Dr. Oz recommends sage extract tablets. Recently, a number of friends and subscribers have told me that these really work.  Bioforce Sage Menopause Tablets, 60 tab

For a massive 75 per cent of women, the menopause is associated with a number of unpleasant symptoms, such as hot flushes and night sweats, not to mention low mood, headaches, tiredness and loss of libido. Fortunately there are a number of herbal
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natural remedies for menopause symptoms

Natural remedies for menopause symptoms can help make life easier.

Although you probably haven’t heard of Agnus castus, it is an adaptogen that more and more holistic and integrative doctors are recommending for treatment of menopause symptoms because it balances all hormone production in the body. This herb regulates the pituitary gland which controls hormone production. Taking 3 agnus castus capsules per day can help relieve many symptoms of menopause. Nature’s Answer Vitex, Agnus-Castus, 90 caps

For heart and brain health and women for whom menopause means wrinkled skin, thinning nails and hair, taking a properly balanced 3-6-9 omega acid supplement can build health and help improve the quality, strength and texture of skin, hair and nails.ᅠJust make sure you’re not just taking omega 3’s because like B vitamins, you need to take them in the proper ratios and the best way to do that is to just take one balanced supplement.

As always if you’re taking supplements, then you should be eating a good diet. Eat lots of greens and fresh vegetables, lean meats, eggs, nuts, legumes and whole grains. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Taking care of your body from the inside out by eating good food and taking natural ᅠsupplements will pay off in the long run in terms of energy levels, appearance and most importantly, overall health.

Which natural remedies for menopause symptoms are using? Are there any that you find particularly effective that you would recommend to other women? Please leave your comments below.

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