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"Some days I just don’t feel very well..."

Menopause denotes the cessation of menstruation in women, which usually occurs when a woman reaches the age of fifty but may occur as early as 40 and as late as 55 years of age. Six to twelve months without a menstrual period is the commonly accepted rule for diagnosing menopause. Common complaints of menopause are hot flushes, headaches, atrophic vaginitis, frequent urinary tract infections, cold hands and feet, forgetfulness, sleepless nights, and an inability to concentrate.

The most frequent are hormonal dysfunctions and cyclical disorders, which may cause complaints before and during menstruation, and during the menopause. Although, in most cases, it is not possible to determine an organic cause, the feeling of wellbeing and fitness is often impaired. How intensely women suffer from these problems depends mainly on how well the immune system is functioning.


Many natural measures can help alleviate the most common symptoms of menopause. It is here that a gentle, hormone-free therapy with homeopathic preparations is appropriate. Consumption of more soy foods, fennel, celery, parsley, high-lignan flax seed oil, nuts and seeds will increase the amount of phytoestrogens in the diet.

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