Women mark World Menopause Day by sharing their best remedies, including spin classes to beat hot flashes and the herb Angus Castus to fight a mood
- Women went to Twitter today to mark World Menopause Day
- Have shared their top tips for fighting the debilitating menopause symptoms
- One suggested trying Agnus Castus for a bad mood and Black Cohosh for sweat
- Others recommend spare cotton pajamas for night sweats
Women all over the world have marked World Menopause Day by going to social media and offering their remedies to those struggling with the debilitating aging process.
In a demonstration of solidarity, those who experienced the transition shared what helped them during their hot flashes, extreme fatigue and bad mood using the hashtag #WorldMenopauseDay in an effort to raise awareness of the great life change.
The list of insightful remedies included the use of the herbal plants Agnus Castus for the mood, Black Cohosh for sweat and a carnivorous diet to combat weight gain.
Agnus Castus, that's one Herbal Supplement, is supposed to rebalance a woman's hormones by lowering the levels of prolactin, a hormone that controls the menstrual cycle.
A user shared a message with other women that after years of lack of sleep due to her night sweats, she had discovered that having a cotton pajama in standby was a must
In honor of World Menopause Day, Hagar Basis, founder and director of Reflexology Academy in London, said foot therapy had proven to be a & # 39; powerful and useful modality to control menopause symptoms & # 39;
Another user, Siobhan Corria, advised women to try a spin class when it came to dealing with their night sweats
Although Black Cohosh, a North American perennial herb of the buttercup family, is said to relieve symptoms such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness and excessive sweating, the science behind this remains unclear.
Although many claim that the herb helps them, the plant is also said to interact with other medicines and users of Black Cohosh are advised to be careful when taking the natural herb.
Elsewhere oneanother social media user suggested that a tiring spin class was a useful way to tackle the endless night sweats that women face as a result of the transition.
Cycling, known for its cardiovascular benefits, can help women in transition by raising their mood, improving their sleep and helping them to strengthen muscles around the knees, hips and spine.
Tracey Evans said no one had warned her about the & # 39; sandy, sandy eyes & # 39; who would leave the transition behind. She told Twitter users that she found eye drops and fish oil helpful in helping her fight dry eyes
Another social media user, Jayne Heron, said she used Agnus Castus for her mood, Black Cohosh for her sweat and also ate a carnival diet
Exercise can also help maintain a woman's healthy bone density, which is also influenced by the important life transition.
Participation in the conversation was another Twitter user who told about the eye drops and fish oil that her & # 39; sandy sandy eyes & # 39; had helped treat.
In a message she wrote: & # 39; No one warned me. I would stop crying with real tears, it actually hurts to cry Sandy Gritty Eyes.
WHAT IS THE MENOPAUSE AND WHEN HAPPENS?
Menopause occurs when a woman stops menstruating and can no longer become pregnant naturally.
It is a natural part of aging that occurs in women between 45 and 55 years old.
However, 1 in 100 women may experience menopause before the age of 40, known as premature menopause or premature ovarian insufficiency.
Symptoms are often hot flashes, night sweats, bad mood, decreased sex drive, vaginal dryness, an increase in facial hair and sleeping problems.
According to NHS advice, the symptoms can start months or even years before your period ends and last around four years after your last period.
Premature or early menopause can occur at any age and in many cases there is no clear cause.
& # 39; Does someone else relate to the lesser known symptom? I use fake tears eye drops morning and night to smear my eyes and take fish oil #WorldMenopauseDay. & # 39;
Meanwhile, other social media suggested it was always handy to have a spare pair of cotton pajamas to combat constant night sweats.
World Menopause Day is a worldwide call for women's awareness created by The International Menopause Society in collaboration with the World Health Organization.
Another Twitter user, Vicky Wiginton, all too often said jokes were made about women in transition and that this had to change
Another user said that the big change in life was often a difficult, lonely and painful time for women
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