Interested in menopause remedies? A highly interested and motivated group of ladies attended my presentation on Saturday, April 18, at Doctors Nutrition Center in Tempe, AZ.
The title of the presentation was, “The Change: Before, During and After.” Women are undergoing change from one stage of maturity to another their whole lives. However, the unpleasant symptoms of what I call ‘transition to menopause’ and of menopause itself attract a lot of attention. The good news is that such symptoms are not normal. The bad news is that achieving normality is not simple, although it is definitely doable. By the way, normality certainly is not possible by any kind of mainstream medical treatment that includes synthetic drugs, especially those used in Hormone Replacement Therapy.
The greatest fears that women have expressed to me revolves around osteoporosis and cancer. The greatest annoyance, for lack of a better word, is the hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and many other outward symptoms that ruin their daily lives. Let me repeat: None of this is normal!
The Medicalization of Menopause and Its Solution
Menopause is not a disorder and should never have been thought of as such. Nevertheless, it has been medicalized to the point where getting relief is a roll of the dice. In reality, getting back to normal is the key. Diet can help. Exercise can help. Stress management can help. Nutritional and herbal supplements can help. Weight management can help. Direct hormone balancing can help. All of these have important roles, and all must be incorporated into a lifestyle that leads to normal health.
This is a huge topic that has yielded thousands of research studies and tens of thousands of books – at the moment the list includes 32,187 books on Amazon alone. Jeez!
Rest assured that most women worldwide do, indeed, have normal transitions to menopause and live through normal menopause for the rest of their lives. And the bugaboos of bone loss and cancers of reproductive organs are far, far less common than they are in our society. There is plenty of great information on what you can do to achieve this kind of health. I will be guiding you to the best of that information here. You can start, if you haven’t already, by getting my report, “Brief Guide to Menopause Hormone Balance,” when you subscribe to Natural Health News.
Get a quick peak of the some of the most important topics by taking a look at the outline that I handed out in my presentation, at this link: Menopause Remedies Presentation Outline. This is a good starting point. It takes a continuing effort for becoming informed about and taking the right action on how to get and stay healthy and feel better. This is more than a hobby. It is your life.
All the best,