Looking for some ways to relieve the symptoms of menopause? Menopause affects women in their
40s or 50s. It is when your period stops. And then it feels like a nightmare!
Hot flashes, nighttime sweating, and mood swings. It feels like you are pregnant, have your period, and you're in hell. It makes you so pissed off, you would or could have sudden outbursts of anger towards anyone you love for no reason at all. But it's not your fault. It is the Menopause Curse.
One second you're doing fine, the next you're grabbing someone you love's throat, and screaming at them. It is actually like male hormones going to your brain, and tormenting you to become something you're not. Violent behavior and screaming are some of the things you will go through. Its hormone overdrive for women!
There are many symptoms. But really if you are not pregnant, or not having sex, are also in your 40's or 50's, and your period gradually or suddenly stops, you probably have menopause.
Go to the doctor to make sure it's not something else. A pap smear usually isn't a way to detect menopause. Although a urine test, which is called (FSH) can detect if you really do have menopause.
Here are some remedies if you are on hormone overboard and want to find some real relief.
Table of contents:
- hot flashes - there are many over the counter
- night sweats - again, black cohosh will help
- mood swings - herbal products will help
1 Hot Flashes - There Are Many over the Counter
medicines that you could take.
There are also herbs, oils, and Black Cohosh. Black Cohosh is a root of a plant, found centuries ago. It can be found over the counter at stores.
2 Night Sweats - Again, Black Cohosh Will Help
Black Cohosh helps with hot flashes, but may also help you with night sweats. Herbs, oils, and over the counter medication will help too.
3 Mood Swings - Herbal Products Will Help
But you might have to go to the doctor to get a prescription for the mood swings.
In conclusion, we know that menopause sucks! It is downright awful.The results vary from woman to woman. It could last anywhere from 12 months to years. Exercise is your best chance to beating the menopause curse!
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