Menopause supplements to control symptoms.

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menopause marks the end of the menstrual cycles of people. It is defined as 12 months after a person’s last period. The average age of menopause in the United States is 52.

Menopause People may experience symptoms, such as hot sweats, mood swings and urinary atrophy.These symptoms begin during a perimenopausia , the period prior to menopause, and can continue postmenopause. They can vary in seriousness. Some additives can help you face the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause.

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Black Cohosh ( RaceMosa Cimicifuga) used use for the treatment of hot flashes andhumor changes. Investors say that it can be the most promising alternative to hormone replacement (HRT) therapy for this purpose. It helps reduce the symptoms of menopause, since it contains phytoestrogens (chemical substance of the plant with estrogen-like effects).

Many symptoms of menopause are the result of the fall at the level of estrogen during menopause, which complements it with its phytoestrogen, can help alleviate these symptoms.Numerous studies found that the use of the black cohosh extract called Remifemin is a safe method to treat the symptoms of menopause with lower doses, showing greater efficiency than the Great.

People in clinical trials took cohosh black to 12 months without serious side effects, but more human studies are needed to confirm their effectiveness and safety .

Before you start using black cohosh and other phytoestrogens, check with a doctor to make sure you will be sure to use,Especially if you are:

  • pregnant
  • breastfeeding
  • is experiencing sensitive hormonings such as endometriosis ,Policistic ovarian syndrome (PCO) and breast cancer
  • taking the state (to help reduce cholesterol),Since animal studies have shown potential interactions with phytoestrogen Calcium

    Women menopausal take calcium additives ( carbonate and citrate ) To help prevent bone loss ( osteoporosis ), but the good thing that reduces its destruction rates, is not yet clear.Most studies on calcium additives also include vitamin D, which is difficult to determine the effect of calcium in the loss of bone mass.

    People can lose up to 20% of their bone density within five to seven years after menopause.