Menopause is a natural process in a woman’s life and not a disease. It is a unique experience for every woman. The ending of a woman’s monthly Menstrual Periods and Ovulation can be known as menopause. It also signals other variations to the body and mind, carried on in part because the body starts producing lesser quantities of the hormones Estrogen and Progesterone.
How a woman observes this time of her life can have a lot to do with how common and severe her signs are. If menopause viewed as the end of youth and sexuality, this time would be much more complicated than if it is considered to be the next, natural phase of life, a chronology of greater freedom, liberation from the restrictions of youth.
Although Menopause is one of the necessary physical milestones in a woman’s life, with a proper diet, nutritional supplements, and exercise and easy lifestyle changes, most of the unpleasant side effects of menopause can minimize to a great extent, and with this knowledge and preparation, you can step forward with grace and embrace Menopause.
Ayurveda links Menopause with Aging. Aging is a ‘Vata’ predominant stage of life. Thus, the signs of menopause seen by some women are comparable to the symptoms seen when the Vata dosha rises and upsets the healthy balance of the body. Vata-type menopausal symptoms tend to include depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Menopause may also manifest itself as a rise in the other two senses. Women with pitta-type symptoms are usually angry and suffer hot flashes. Kapha type signs include listlessness, responsiveness, and weight gain of mental and physical heaviness. The type of menopause treatment depends upon the dosha in which the woman’s menopausal symptoms are manifesting. Ayurvedic treatment for menopause in Hyderabad has firmly gained the success rate.
Here it is important to note that health problems at menopause represent imbalances in the body that were already growing in the body and are unmasked by the stress of shifting hormones. Menopause signs are nature’s wake-up call to let you know you need to begin paying more attention to your health. Taking proper steps in the direction of balancing the imbalance doshas, paying attention to your diet and making lifestyle changes now is critical to ensuring that you age gracefully without the burden of chronic health problems.
Key factors in achieving Graceful Menopause:
A smooth menopause transition and great health in the years to come can achieve with the help of following factors:
- Balancing Dosha: Ascertain the imbalance dosha according to your symptoms and follow the advice by an Ayurvedic Specialist to balance that dosha.
- Balancing Diet: Diet plays a key role in balancing hormones during and after menopause. It is noticed that Japanese women unusually experience hot flashes, probably because their diet includes large amounts of Soy/Soya, a food rich in certain plant estrogens called “Isoflavones.” Soya products are not the only source of plant estrogens, however. Another evenly good source of phytoestrogens are “Lignans,” mixtures found in a variety of whole foods including grains and cereals, dried beans and lentils, flaxseed, sunflower seeds and peanuts, greens such as asparagus, sweet potatoes, carrots, garlic and broccoli and fruits such as pears, plums, and strawberries. Common herbs and spices such as nutmeg, turmeric, and licorice also have estrogenic properties.
Eat a varied diet high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. It’s a rich source of phytoestrogen. Variety and moderation are significant because just as too much estrogen is unhealthy after menopause, too much phytoestrogen may also be dangerous.
Apana Vata, which governs the genito-urinary tract, elimination, and menstruation, is a crucial area to attend to when preparing for menopause. Drink plenty of warm water throughout the day. Eat plenty of cooked, leafy greens, as this promotes elimination and is also a great source of calcium.
- Panchakarma: More severe symptoms, such as frequent hot flashes, continual sleep disturbance, and moderate to severe mood swings, are signs of deeper imbalances.
Ayurveda explains that these stubborn signs are usually due to the accumulation of wastes and toxins, referred to as “ama,” in the body’s tissues.
In this case, a traditional Ayurvedic Detoxification program “Panchakarma,” may be needed to clear the body’s channels and pain relief. This internal cleansing approach is also the treatment of choice for more severe problems such as osteoporosis and high cholesterol.
- Rejuvenation Procedures: Speciality Rasayana Chikitsa or Rejuvenation Procedures are told in Ayurveda to rejuvenate the systems of the body and thus live a healthy, Peaceful, and long life.
Ayurveda has excellent resolutions for a safe and happy Menopause treatment. Several single drugs and preparations can be taken by women who are nearing the age of menopause to remain symptom-free.
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