Although premenopause 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. In particular, the rapid decline of progesterone causes an imbalance in the balance of estrogen and progesterone, leading to menstrual disorders and other symptoms. In addition, excessive mental stress and nutritional imbalance can aggravate symptoms and promote early menopause. *
Traditional Chinese medicine believes that early menopause is a normal physiological phenomenon when the body's kidney qi begins to decline. The occurrence of premenopausal syndrome is related to the imbalance of liver, kidney and qi and blood. Kidney deficiency is the root cause, and the liver and kidneys have the same origin. If the kidney water is insufficient to nourish the liver wood, it will easily lead to liver and kidney yin deficiency and liver yang hyperactivity, resulting in menstrual disorders, hot flashes, night sweats, upset and irritability; kidney yin deficiency and essence deficiency and blood If too little, skin and hair cannot be nourished, and dry hair, hair loss, dry eyes, vaginal dryness, decreased sexual desire, etc. may occur. Due to factors such as physical weakness, nutritional imbalance or mental stress, some women are unable to adapt and adjust to this physiological change and suffer a series of symptoms, which may even lead to early menopause. *
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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: The 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. Prevents Osteoporosis: Calcium prevents bone fractures and fractures. Premenopausal women should take 1,200-1,500 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.