Menopausal syndrome recipe (menopause)(150ct)


Menopausal syndrome treatment:

Menopause is a normal phenomenon in women's physiological process, symbolizing the end of women's menstruation and reproductive period. The average age of menopause is 51 years. However, most women begin to experience some physiological changes during menopause, such as menstrual irregularities, between the ages of 45 and 55. These changes can last for 2-5 years. When menstruation has stopped for 12 consecutive months, it indicates that menopause has ended. During the transition of this menstrual period, due to the significant decrease in hormone levels secreted by the ovaries, some sex hormone levels are disordered. Some women will experience some physical or emotional discomfort, such as: menstrual disorders, dizziness, tinnitus, hot sweating, etc. , mood swings, irritability, palpitations, insomnia, fatigue and forgetfulness, thinning hair, weight gain, loss of sexual desire, etc. These symptoms often vary in severity, appear in series, and last for a long or short time. In severe cases, they can affect normal work and life. *

Although menopause can cause a lot of discomfort, it is not a pathological phenomenon. It is a natural decline in the body's sex hormone levels - estrogen and progesterone. This natural decline process begins after the age of 35 and becomes more obvious after the age of 40. It becomes more obvious after the age of 45, causing menstrual disorders and other symptoms to appear one after another. In addition, excessive mental stress and nutritional imbalance can promote the early onset of menopause and aggravate its symptoms. *

Traditional Chinese medicine believes that menopause is a normal physiological phenomenon when the body's kidney energy begins to decline. Before and after menopause, women's kidney qi gradually declines, Tiankui gradually exhausts, Chong and Ren pulses become weak, menstruation will stop and menopause will occur, and reproductive capacity will decrease and disappear. This is a normal physiological change for women. However, due to differences in physical constitution, childbirth, nutrition, and mental factors, some women are unable to adapt and adjust to this physiological change, resulting in a loss of balance between yin and yang in the kidneys and incoordination of qi and blood in the organs. This imbalance of yin and yang will also involve other organs and produce a series of menopausal syndromes. The main pathogenesis is kidney deficiency. If the kidney yin is insufficient, the yang will be lost and hidden, resulting in yin deficiency and yang hyperactivity, resulting in hot sweating, mood swings, irritability and irritability. If the kidney water is not enough, the heart fire will be strong, and the heart and kidneys will not cooperate, resulting in palpitations, insomnia, fatigue and forgetfulness. etc.; if kidney yang is weak and cannot warm and nourish the spleen and kidneys, thinning of hair, weight gain, loss of sexual desire, etc. will occur. *

Menopausal syndrome pills are made from 100% pure natural concentrated Chinese medicine and are processed and produced in a GMP-certified factory in the United States. They are safe and have no side effects, with an effectiveness rate of over 95%. Most patients' symptoms are significantly relieved after taking it for 2 weeks, and their symptoms completely disappear after taking it for about 2 months, and their physical strength increases significantly. Menopausal syndrome pills can also prevent other health problems caused by hormonal imbalance during menopause, such as heart disease, osteoporosis, etc. *

Main ingredients:

Raw rehmannia, cooked rehmannia, white peony root, rehmannia glutinosa, Poria god, Ophiopogon japonicus, lotus seed heart, floating wheat, cornus, yam, Ligustrum lucidum, Anemarrhenae.

Diet and lifestyle:

  1. Relieve hot flashes, night sweats, and insomnia: Pomegranate, soybeans, and black beans: are rich in phytohormones and a variety of antioxidant factors, which can help regulate endocrine and reduce hormone-dependent cancers, such as breast cancer. Cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli contain high fiber and linoleic acid, which can stimulate the body to produce the progesterone the body needs. Others such as beans, potatoes, celery, carrots, apples, and seaweed are rich in plant hormones.
  2. Improves mood swings: Mood swings are often associated with low levels of serotonin in the blood. Eating more carbohydrate-rich foods can increase serotonin concentration, such as wheat, cereals, lean meats, vegetarian vegetables and fruits.
  3. Improve sleep quality : Eating more magnesium-rich foods can help improve sleep, such as salmon, halibut, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, soybeans, black beans and spinach. Minimize alcohol and caffeine intake.
  4. Prevent the occurrence of heart disease: Omega-3 in fish oil can help prevent many serious diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Foods rich in Omega-3 include: salmon, tuna, mackerel, trout, sardines, nuts, linseeds, etc. Eating more fruits and vegetables can help remove toxins from blood vessels, thereby preventing the occurrence of heart disease.
  5. Prevent osteoporosis: Calcium can prevent bone fractures and fractures. Menopausal women should supplement 1200-1500 mg of calcium every day. Foods rich in calcium include: low-fat cheese and milk, soy milk, yogurt, salmon, sardines, figs and dark green leafy vegetables.