Menopause is a natural process, not an illness. It is the time of life when a woman stops ovulating and menses stop. At this time, the ovaries stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Other glands should take over and produce hormones.
Menopause usually begins around fifty and lasts for approximately five years, however, this may vary. A woman who has had a hysterectomy and has had both ovaries removed usually goes through menopause immethately and it can be quite severe, especially if the other glands are unable to produce hormones.
Symptoms of menopause are: hot flashes, sweats, anxiety, headaches. moodiness, vaginal dryness, dry skin and hair, insomnia, to name a few, all of which may be caused by lack of estrogen and progesterone. If the deficiencies are not address, the individual may develop cardiovascular disease or osteoporosis.
Many of the symptoms of menopause can be relieved with proper nutrition and exercise.
Adults 5 drops orally, 3 to 5 times daily or as otherwise directed.
If symptoms persist for more than 7 days consult a healthcare professional.
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A syndrome that occurs several days prior to the onset of menstruation characterized by irritability, emotional tension, anxiety, moodiness, depression, cravings, skin eruptions, headaches, breast tendemess, or water retention. Symptoms subside close to the onset. The cause may be the fluctuation in the hormones during the menstrual cycle.
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