Menopause is a special time in a woman’s life. The period between maturity and old age brings different roles and can bring a life full of experience and wisdom. However, the hormonal state of the organism can then fluctuate and change radically. Women complain of mood swings, hot flashes, sleep disturbances, flushing, night sweats, forgetfulness, distraction and poor concentration as well as crying, irritability, fatigue, dry skin, hair and mucous membranes, decreased libido and many more. BHRT naturopathic treatment toronto is the right place for you when it comes to treating menopause with naturopathy. Sometimes it is the only solution available.
Many women suffer from feelings of anxiety and depression, headaches and migraines. Breasts are tender and sag. The skin on the face is accompanied by acne, various freckles and spots, the hair thins and falls out. Joints are less flexible, stiffness is joined by pain. Digestion slows down, women suffer from constipation and bloating. Bone density may decrease, genital and urinary problems may occur, including incontinence. They gain weight, their blood pressure rises.
The burden a woman faces during this time suddenly becomes too much. Caring for elderly parents, helping children, protecting grandchildren, stress and responsibilities at work, strained relationships with a partner, insomnia, lack of exercise, lack of food. All this can trigger feelings, emotions and beliefs that ultimately lead to these disorders. If during this time a woman does not receive at least partner support and understanding, a series of feelings of loss and inferiority, a breakdown of self-esteem, existential fear can be triggered in her. All this is, of course, subjective, everyone experiences the same circumstances in their own way.
Naturopathy is concerned primarily with the connection between the psyche, the brain, and the organs, with holistic treatment, and with various techniques for promoting self-healing processes. Menopausal women can come to the rescue quite naturally, especially with knowledge of the five biological laws.
Oligoelements (trace elements) are effective in menopause. These support the woman as they act as coenzymes that activate important biochemical reactions. When a woman is all over herself due to the abundance of menopausal problems, manganese (depending on diathesis) comes into play first, and otherwise the preparation zinc-copper, as it acts on the pituitary-gonadal axis.
Hemoderivatives can help with memory problems (raspberry, alder), the risk of osteoporosis, water retention, palpitations or when dealing with high cholesterol.
Varied and balanced, mostly plant foods are the best when it comes to menopause. We recommend moderation, regular meals and sufficient hydration. Foods include fish, flaxseed and sunflower seeds, as well as oil, pumpkin seeds and pumpkin seed oil, because they contain a lot of essential fatty acids that regulate hormonal balance, lower blood pressure and reduce water retention.