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What is Menopause?

The term menopause has been used to describe the period when there is a permanent cessation of menstruation. This phase occurs in women around their mid-forties to mid-fifties and this is a very significant period for a woman. This period also marks the end of her reproductive stage and a lot of women suffer from menopausal disorder at this stage, which are side effects and other reactions caused due to these changes in the body.

Causes of Menopause Disorders:
During the phase of menopause the ovaries stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone, which happens as a normal procedure of aging and this is experienced by every woman. But it has been that there are some women who suffer from certain disorders, which are accompanying the menopausal stage. In these kinds of problems the most affected regions of the body are the gonads, endocrine glands, thyroid and pituitary glands. Some of the common menstrual disorders are caused due to frequent fever and viral infections, autoimmune disorder, chromosomal irregularity, previous sessions of radiation therapy and chemotherapy, women with family history of disorder and other related problems.


How does a Woman know if she is reaching Menopause?
Before the time you reach menopause, the periods of most women become irregular and hence they can be longer or shorter. During this time the menstrual flow lessens and usually there is a light period is followed by a heavy one. This is also known as flooding, which results in heavy flow or menses at such times. There are also instances when women get their menstrual cycles after a gap of months, and usually at a time when they thought their periods were over.

Symptoms of Menopause:
It is essential to identify the symptoms of menopause so that you can understand the root of the problem and not mistake them as symptoms of other diseases. The most common symptoms seen in women going through menopause include night sweats, hot flushes, dizziness, tension, irritability, headache, palpitation, lack of interest in sex, insomnia, numbness, depression and other related symptoms. Since there is a reduction in the amount of female hormones in the body hormonal changes along with vaginal dryness and a growing risk of osteoporosis and heart diseases also exist.

Treatments for Menstrual Disorders:
Natural and Ayurvedic:
There are various options for getting treatments for menstrual disorders and through these treatments the disorders related to the same can be alleviated. There are various natural and herbal forms of treatments also, which are implemented for treating these disorders, along with changes in the lifestyle and living patterns.

Home Remedies: 

  • Take in beet juice 3 times daily.
  • Have Indian spikenard and liquorices.
  • One teaspoon of carrot seeds are added in cows milk stirred and then drunken.
  • Intake lot of vitamin D.
  • Have large amount of fruits, nuts, vegetables, soybeans, cabbage and olive oil.

Some of the best treatment centers for these problems in Indian include the Imperial hospital and research center in Jaipur and Bhagirathi Neotia women and child care center Kolkata.

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