10 Tips to sleep better during Menopause

Women experiencing menopause may suffer from many symptoms. They range from hot flashes to allergies, and all of them combined can cause yet another problem; sleeping disorders. Though there are more afflictions than just sleeplessness, each disorder prevents a woman from receiving top quality sleep. This can lead to a whole host of other problems…

Menopausal women do not absorb enough vitamin D

A number of tests carried out by researchers at the Carlos III Institute of Health in Spain has revealed that post-menopausal women may not get enough vitamin D in their diets, which can contribute to a range of dangerous health problems, including abdominal obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease, as well as a number of…

How can I ease my menopause symptoms naturally?

Whether it’s small changes in your lifestyle or beginning a new regimen of natural herbs, we’ve got explanations for all the ways you can live a happier life during menopause. Dieting It has been scientifically proven that the consumption of caffeine will increase the frequency and severity of hot flashes. Coffee will also have a…

8 of 34 Menopause Problems which can be reversed

1. Hot Flashes, Flushes and/or Cold Flashes Hot flashes are the body’s reaction to a decreased supply of the hormone estrogen, which occurs naturally as women approach menopause. Not all women experience hot flashes, but more than half do. In some, estrogen production decreases gradually, producing few hot flashes. But for others, the ovaries stop…

Dry, Brittle Nails and Hair Loss

Dry, brittle nails and hair loss can be symptoms of a number of things. Certain nutritional deficiencies can cause the nails and hair to deteriorate, as can several health conditions and diseases. Stress can cause these symptoms, as can menopause, hormone imbalances and certain medications. Heredity can be the culprit, or use of harsh chemicals…

5 Foods that Can Help You Relieve Hot Flashes

Menopause Hot Flashes Profuse sweating, drenched clothes, nausea and numbing headache followed by chills– it´s not the tagline for a horror movie, but a common reality for many women over 40 suffering from the discomfort of hot flashes. Usually following the flash, the body is left reddened and moist. To help combat hot flashes, many…

Low Estrogen Level and Osteoporosis

Menopause and Osteoporosis Low estrogen levels, osteoporosis and menopause are linked because low estrogen levels can lead to osteoporosis. It is important that women eat a healthy diet and do regular weight bearing exercise to prevent low estrogen levels and osteoporosis. What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is the disease whereby bones lose their density and become…

Better Skin after Menopause

Get Glowing Skin Now Your wisdom and confidence may grow as you get older, but the same isn’t true for many of your hormone levels. During menopause, lower levels of estrogen have a big impact on your skin. Less estrogen makes you prone to thinning, sagging, and wrinkling. Fortunately, you can relieve some of the…

Menopausal Digestive Problems

Menopause and digestive problems The digestive system is an all-important part of the body that can determine the overall health of an individual. Many women report that digestive problems begin to occur in the years leading up to menopause, called peri-menopause. Not only can digestive problems cause discomfort, but they can also lead to more…