Menopause - Symptoms, Treatment And Prevention
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 9 years ago • 3 min read

Menstruation lasts for a few days (usually 3 to 5 days, but anywhere from 2 to 7 days is considered normal). The average blood loss during menstruation is 35 milliliters with 10-80 mL considered normal; many women also notice shedding of the endometrial lining that appears as tissue mixed with the blood.

Some will have no symptoms or only mild issues while others will battle a range of annoying alterations in their body like hot flashes or mood swings than can negatively affect their daily lives.

Some will have no symptoms or only mild issues while others will battle a range of annoying alterations in their body like hot flashes or mood swings than can negatively affect their daily lives.

Symptoms of Menopause: -

This list of common symptoms that occur throughout per menopause and menopause was developed from the real-life experiences of hundreds of women. • Hot flashes, flushes, night sweat and/or cold flashes, clammy feeling (see note) • Irregular heart beat • Irritability • Mood swings, sudden tears • Trouble sleeping from side to side the night (with or without night sweats) • Irregular periods; shorter, lighter periods; heavier periods, flooding; phantom periods, shorter cycles, longer cycles • Loss of libido (see note) • Anxiety, feeling ill at ease

Causes of Menopause: -

• A woman is born with a finite figure of eggs, which are stored in the ovaries. The ovaries also produce the hormones estrogen and progesterone, which regulate menstruation and ovulation. • Menopause occurs when the ovaries are totally depleted of eggs and no amount of stimulation from the regulating hormones can force them to work. • Menopause occurs when a woman's ovaries run out of functioning eggs. At the time of birth, most females have about 1-3 million eggs, which are gradually lost throughout a woman's life.

Menopause Natural Treatment: -

• Angelica is also an herb which helps in menstruation on time and also breaking up the stagnation in the reproductive system. • Papaya is helpful in treating menstrual problems. Women (especially young females) anguish from poor flow of blood through their menstrual period or those who experience severe pain all through this period should eat raw papaya. • Avoid alcohols, drugs and smoking as they cause irregularities in periods. So by avoiding this you can have periods on time. • Ginger is also an herb it is the commonest herb and easily available in the grocery shop. Ginger also used normally in our daily food. It can be used as fresh or powder. Chop ginger and boil for sometime and then strain and drink. It helps you in reduce the excessive bleeding. • Parsley is the herb which stimulating a lack of periods. Parsley herb is the common herb and easily available in the grocery shop. It can be consumed as tea. Take 3 or 4 cups of parsley tea if there are delayed in menstruation. • Rosemary and feverfew herbs are also good herbs for lack of bleeding. These are garden herbs and used for distillation. • There are many more herbs for menstruation like marigold, mango bark and bark of ashoka tree.

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