If you’re female between the ages of fortyfive to fifty five you’re probably moving through menopause. You know the signs weight gain, moodiness, trouble focusing, less hair on your head and more on your face, hot flashes and night sweats. Decrease in circulation of estrogen also puts you at a higher risk of bone loss and heart disease. There is good news though. While menopause is a hormonal transition it’s only TEMPORARY. But that’s no consolation when you’re soaking your pajamas! Hormone Replacement Therapy or HRT is OUT due to its contribution to risk of breast.
Cancer, stroke and heart disease, and dementia. IN are natural solutions that are safe and effective. Weight bearing exercise and supplemental calcium is ESSENTIAL for attaining peak bone mass and preventing postmenopausal osteoporosis. Adequate vitamin D intake along with magnesium, boron, strontium, and manganese is required for optimal calcium absorption. Kale is really popular because it keeps your bones strong. So eat lots of it and its green leafy cousins. Natural products like Valerian or Hops have been shown to help you sleep better and lack of energy can be supported with the herb Rhodiola.