Menopause

Menopause is the cessation of menstruation which can be confirmed by the absence of menstruation for 12 months. The idea of menopause has a long negative connection in our society. Mainly tied to the stigma of aging. But translation to menopause can be a time of self-inspiration and reflection. Most Australian women experience menopause between 45 and 60 years of age. The average age of menopause is 51 years. The symptoms of menopause can be divided into premenopausal and post-menopausal. Premenopause starts several years before menopause, it usually begins with a gradual decrease in estrogen. It usually starts in women’s 40s. and the premenopausal period lasts until menopause. Ovaries stop releasing eggs and the estrogen level rapidly decreases. Premenopausal symptoms may last an average of 4years and a maximum of up to 10years. The complaints presented during premenopause are hot flushes, tenderness over the breast, decrease in sexual desire, irregular periods, weakness, dryness of the vagina, pain during sexual intercourse, urinary urgency and mood swings. These are common during the pre menopausal period. There is nothing to worry about these issues. Most people experience similar or less intense symptoms during the postmenopausal period. During postmenopause issues like hot flushes, vaginal dryness, depression, weight changes, hair loss, urinary incontinence etc are present. If any one of your complaints gets more intense or interferes with your daily life, talk with your homeopath

Menopause and Homoeopathy

Menopause is the cessation of menstruation which can be confirmed by the absence of menses for 12 months or more. What is the role of homoeopathy in menopause? Here is the answer. Homoeopathy has emerged as a popular and leading alternative treatment system. It’s widely accepted all over the world as a risk-free, effective treatment for problems associated with menopause. The world health organisation estimates that homeopathy is used by more than 500 million people worldwide making it the second most widely used medicine in the world. Nowadays in the field of menopause treatment prefers was given to a holistic approach where safe alternative systems along with lifestyle modifications provided much-needed relief. Homoeopathy considers the patient as a whole. The unique treatment method of homoeopathy focuses on the balance between body, mind, vital force(energy). The harmonious flow of vital force is considered a healthy state. Any deviation in this harmony leads to diseases.

The chief complaints associated with menopause are hot flushes, hair loss, weight gain, mood swings, sleeping difficulty etc. If you want to recover from all these problems naturally consult your homeopath. Why wait? It is your turn to contact your homoeopath today.

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