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A woman in menopause undergoes many different physical, emotional and psychological changes- this may be attributed to the hormonal imbalance that a woman experiences at this point in her life...


Menopause Supplements


A woman in menopause undergoes many different physical, emotional and psychological changes- this may be attributed to the hormonal imbalance which could affect women's health at this point in her life. A woman who steps in her late forties or early fifties will start to experience signs and symptoms of menopause and this can be a very challenging time for her.


While there are some women who undergo menopause without any physical signs and symptoms, still most women feel the changes that they are undergoing and this would give them a lot of inconveniences and discomfort in that certain moment. But the good thing is, there are many menopause supplements available in the market which could greatly help them alleviate their discomforts.


Black Cohosh


Black Cohosh is a rare herb and has been found out to be useful in treating hot flushes and night sweats- a very common sign of menopause which usually leads to women having insomnia. Black Cohosh can be taken as a beverage (Tea) while there are also herbal capsules available which can be taken orally.


Premarin (Conjugated Estrogens)


Premarin is a female hormone using in Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). It is typically given to women who no longer generate the right amount hormone. Premarin reduce menopause symptoms like vaginal dryness or hot flashes, to prevent bone loss (osteoporosis).


Promensil


Promensil works as a menopause supplement by keeping one’s spirits up. It allows the woman to combat her feelings of low self-esteem and depression. As we all know, psychologically and emotionally wise- women undergoing menopause are not that healthy. This drug keeps their emotions at par with their normal temperament and would ease their blues.


Calcium Supplements


This menopause supplement is very vital most especially after menopause and it is even recommended that a woman takes a daily dose of Calcium to prevent osteoporosis. As the estrogen level decreases, the ability of calcium to be absorbed into the bones, where they should dwell, decreases. This leads to the bones’ becoming fragile and porous- leading to osteoporosis at the end of the day.


Vitamins A, C and E


These vitamins are vital because they keep our skin healthy and smooth. As we are all aware of, as the woman’s hormones decline, skin changes will soon occur and one of the most dreaded effects of menopause in the persons integument is its being dry, sagging and cracked. These vitamins have an anti-oxidant like effect and keeps our skin as younger looking as it should.


Vitamins C and E also relieves vaginal dryness and makes women feel comfortable. It also prevents urinary incontinence which further prevents possible urinary tract infections.


Vitamin B-Complex


Vitamin B works as a menopause supplement by treating the emotional and psychological triggers of menopause. It relieves anxiety, stress and tension. It also gives women a boost of energy to prevent exhaustion and fatigue.


Natrol Menopause Formula


This is a popular over the counter treatment for menopause signs and symptoms. Natrol contains natural remedies like Cohosh and Soy and when taken three times a day, it can relieve night sweats, hot flushes and insomnia.


There are many other menopause supplements which can help a women alleviate these discomforts she might be having during her menopausal stage. While these drugs can be taken over the counter, it is still advisable to consult a gynecologist about matters which you feel must be disclosed to professionals.


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