Thankfully, due to high profile female celebrities sharing their personal journeys via their social media platforms, we are now talking more openly about the menopause, more openly than ever before.
The menopause, often referred to as ‘the change’, is a perfectly normal part of the ageing process which affects all women, but it can often present challenges for many, often highly productive women who are in the prime of their lives, juggling busy careers and family responsibilities when a good quality of life and functional ability is most needed.
Unlike our mothers and grandmothers, we have many more natural choices available to us when it comes to treatment for the symptoms of menopause.
If you are choosing to take a mindful approach to your own menopause journey, then you may be considering alternative holistic therapies, and if homeopathy has not made it to your list so far, then it really should!
Homeopathy for menopause is becoming more and more popular, as these medicines are remedies, not drugs, and are made from a variety of ‘natural substances’ such as plants and minerals and have no side effects in comparison to hormonal re[lacement therapy.
Homeopathic Remedies For 8 Common Menopausal Issues
Homeopathic remedies for menopausal symptoms are many including Lachesis, Sepia, Folliculinum and Pulsatilla. Each of these remedies can be used either individually or in combination, depending on each individual case and together with changes in diet and appropriate supplements are used to ease and alleviate symptoms of menopause such as:
Some women experience mood swings, low mood and anxiety around the time of the menopause and specifically tailored natural homeopathy for anxiety, stress, and mood swings can be easier on the body than pharmaceuticals.
Many women say that they notice a rise in migraine episodes during menopause and homeopathy for headache symptoms can reduce these episodes.
Natural remedies for hot flushes combined with avoiding potential triggers, such as spicy food, caffeine, smoking and alcohol, as well as taking regular exercise can be beneficial. `vitamins such as vitamin E are also supportive.
Homeopathic remedies for night sweats and a pre-bedtime routine (keep bedroom cool, take a cool shower, have a cold drink handy) will ensure you have a better night sleep.
Estrogen produces collagen, so during menopause itching scalp and skin is common as estrogen is reduced.
It is no surprise that a combination of night sweats, headaches and dizziness can result in insomnia for many women, but homeopathy for insomnia is a popular remedy for treating sleep disorders.
Menopause heartburn is no joke, reduced oestrogen can affect the production of acid in the stomach, resulting in indigestion.
Dizziness in menopause is very common due to hormonal changes and fatigue.
This can be a great time for change and with the correct treatments such as homeopathy for menopause, most women can go through the whole experience with more confidence and ease.
In the face of difficult symptoms, we’ve had lots of women choose a holistic homeopathic route to ensure their menopause journey was as calm as possible,
”In looking for a homeopath near me I found Marketa, and I sleep much better now. I used to wake up in the middle of the night and couldn’t go back to sleep. After two treatments I slept well again.” – read more.
( Elizabeth, 74)