Natural Menopause

alternative treatment for menopauseAlternative Treatment For Menopause Symptoms

If you are looking at your options for alternative treatment for menopause, then you are probably lucky that you are going through menopause today. No longer will you be told that the symptoms are all “in your head” and that you should just “deal with it”. Menopause is talked about and acknowledged and specialists are studying a variety of treatment options to treat menopause and its associated symptoms.

There is a lot of conflicting evidence out there and it can be tough to work out what is factual and what is not when looking at treatment options. Many women are also looking for natural remedy options and alternative treatment for menopause as they are concerned about the effects associated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Below you will find some information on menopause treatments.

 

Common Alternative Treatment For Menopause Symptoms

Herbal treatments for menopause are also extremely popular. Herbal treatments are commonly prescribed by naturopaths and herbal specialists as a treatment for the symptoms associated with menopause, whilst not necessarily attacking the causes of menopause itself. Many of these types of alternative treatment for menopause take a long time to take effect and are not suitable if you have very bad symptoms as they are just not enough.

Another popular treatment of menopause is the use of progesterone creams. Natpro is the one I have found works best for me since I had very debilitating symptoms. Progesterone is another naturally occurring hormone in the female body and many studies have suggested that correcting progesterone imbalances can help alleviate menopause. Production of progesterone slows as we age and causes an imbalance of progesterone and estrogen and it is this that gives the symptoms.

If you are looking at your options in regards to alternative treatment for menopause, then researching the variety of treatments available is important. You may try one of these treatment options or a combination. If you have concerns, I would recommend you go and see a specialist.

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