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With natural methods, such as the individual spagyric mixtures from Zimply Natural, your menopausal symptoms can be treated and sustainably alleviated. And completely adapted to you and your situation.
Menopause marks a turning point in a woman's life - during this phase, the female body experiences strong changes. This is due to the strong fluctuations in hormone levels or the significant decrease in the production of female sex hormones.
For many women, the onset of menopause is accompanied by complaints such as hot flashes, hair loss, sleep disorders or mood swings. In this article, we look into the question of what causes menopausal symptoms and how you can support yourself well during this time. You will learn in which phases the climacteric - as the menopause is also called - can be divided. What physical processes underlie the complaints in menopause and what options are there to counteract the symptoms in a gentle and natural way?
Treatment of menopausal symptoms using naturopathic methods and herbal agents
Table of contents
- What happens during menopause?
- What symptoms are typical in menopause?
- What are the causes of menopausal symptoms?
- When does menopause begin and how long does it last?
- What are the phases of menopause?
- What helps with menopausal symptoms?
- How can menopausal symptoms be treated?
- How spagyric and homeopathy can help in menopause
- What plants help with menopausal symptoms? The approach of Zimply Natural
- FAQ: Questions and answers about menopausal symptoms.
What happens during menopause?
During menopause, the production of the four main female sex hormones decreases. These are:
- Progesterone (also called luteal hormone)
- LH (luteinizing hormone)
- FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone)
While the progesterone level drops, the estrogen level fluctuates greatly during this phase. The result is hormonal chaos, which can sometimes be responsible for certain complaints.
The menopause thus represents a turbulent phase of change for the female body, which is comparable to puberty. While puberty heralds the phase of female fertility, menopause marks the end of the fertile phase of life.
The last menstrual period occurs around the middle of menopause. The final stage is when there has been no menstruation for at least twelve months.
The climacteric thus refers to the entire period immediately before to after the last menstrual period in a woman's life and occurs usually between the ages of 40 and 60. on. Most women are in their early 50s when they enter menopause. However, the onset, duration, and end of menopause cannot be clearly defined because these very different from woman to woman insert and run.
What symptoms are typical in menopause?
the following symptoms are among the most common complaints during menopause?
- Cycle irregularities, for example heavy or very prolonged bleeding and fluctuating cycle lengths
- Hot flashes and sweats
- dry skin and mucous membranes (especially vaginal dryness)
- Hair loss and thinning hair
- Decrease in elasticity of skin, hair and nails
- Sleep disorders (difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep)
- Nervousness and inner restlessness
- Reduced resilience and irritability
- Concentration disorders
- Mood swings and depressive moods
- Circulatory problems and dizziness
- Blood pressure fluctuations and Palpitations
- Joint complaints
- decreased libido
What are the causes of menopausal symptoms?
With the onset of the menopause, the production of the female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone in the ovaries decreases. Both hormones are supposed to prepare the body for a possible pregnancy, but they also have an influence on other processes in the body. For example, the condition of the skin, hair and mucous membranes as well as the psychological state are strongly linked to female hormone levels.
The throttled hormone production during menopause also affects other processes in the body, such as metabolism. For this reason, many women observe weight gain or a change in their silhouette and body tissue.
The hormonal fluctuations can also trigger other menopausal symptoms such as sweats, hot flashes, vaginal dryness or Hair loss be, with both the actual occurrence and severity of possible menopausal symptoms varying from woman to woman.
The psyche can also be affected by the change in hormone balance during menopause. Sleep disturbances, mood swings, a reduction in libido or depressive moods are among the most common accompanying symptoms.
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Menopausal symptoms do not always have to be treated with strong medications or hormone therapy - with natural remedies, such as the individually composed spagyric sprays from Zimply Natural, symptoms can be relieved sustainably and well tolerated. Use the power of our medicinal plant & mineral essences. Our configurator has been used to create over 75,000 custom medicinal herb blends and 83 % of our customers recommend us!
When does menopause begin and how long does it last?
When menopause occurs and how long it lasts varies from woman to woman. Statistically, the last menstrual period for women in Germany occurs at the age of 51. In about one percent of all women, periods stop permanently in their mid- to late 30s, while others still have a regular cycle in their mid-50s. How long the period lasts before it stops completely and how heavy it is also varies from woman to woman.
It is therefore not possible to make generalizations about when exactly menopause will announce itself and how it will manifest itself. While some women go through menopause in a period of two years, in others the climacteric can extend over a period of up to ten years.
Whether symptoms accompany menopause and how they manifest themselves is very individual, as is the time at which menopause begins and ends. This is precisely why individual approaches are needed in the treatment of menopausal symptoms - for example, symptom relief using naturally effective, well-tolerated ingredients, such as those found in the Sprays from Zimply Natural Find use.
What are the phases of menopause?
The time before the actual onset of menopause is known as the so-called Premenopause menopause. It describes the period before the actual menopause, i.e. the absence of menstruation, in which the female hormone level already changes significantly. The production of sex hormones gradually decreases during this time - the menstrual cycle becomes more irregular (usually shorter) and the duration and strength of the period can also change. How exactly the changes manifest themselves is very individual. Fluctuations from cycle to cycle are also not unusual. Symptoms such as night sweats or hot flashes can already occur in the premenopausal phase.
The so-called Perimenopause refers to the phase between the onset of menopause proper and its end. It is a transitional phase in which the female body undergoes strong hormonal changes. The four sex hormones estrogen, progesterone, FSH and LH in particular are subject to strong fluctuations during this phase. The course of perimenopause is as unpredictable as its duration. In most cases, this phase of menopause begins in the mid to late 40s and can last about four to ten years. The middle of perimenopause marks the complete cessation of monthly menstruation - menopause.
With the absence of monthly menstruation for at least twelve months, a woman reaches the last stage of menopause, the so-called Postmenopause. Pregnancy is now no longer possible. The release of sex hormones is greatly reduced and the hormone level settles at a permanently low level.
What helps with menopausal symptoms?
Hormone therapy, for example, can help to alleviate the symptoms of menopausal symptoms. Hormone therapy usually involves the use of preparations containing a combination of estrogen and progestin or estrogen alone. They help to compensate for the body's reduced hormone production, but should not be given over a long period of time and only if medically indicated.
How can menopausal symptoms be treated?
Fortunately, many menopausal symptoms can be treated not only in the context of conventional hormone therapy, but also alternatively - for example, with homeopathic remedies that harness the natural power of the Plants and minerals make use of.
with natural methods, such as the individual Spagyric sprays from Zimply Natural, menopausal symptoms can be treated and sustainably alleviated?
Herbal alternatives to hormone preparations are usually very well tolerated. Moreover, unlike hormonal therapies, no profound side effects are to be expected with herbal and homeopathic remedies. To be able to guarantee an effect and thus an improvement of the symptoms, naturopathic remedies should be taken regularly over a period of at least six to eight weeks.
How spagyric and homeopathy can help in menopause
Menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, sleep disturbances, Hair loss or irritability do not necessarily require hormone therapy or the use of strong medications. In many cases, the symptoms can also be significantly alleviated with the help of natural remedies - for example extracts from plants.
Especially in the field of gynecology, the naturopathic treatment of a wide variety of complaints has been tried and tested for centuries. Zimply Natural makes use of this wealth of experience: We offer you sensible, plant-based active ingredients that can help with typical complaints during menopause.
Our approach is focused on a gentle, needs-oriented treatment of individual complaints without questionable medical ingredients. Unlike hormone therapy, for example, Zimply Natural works holistically and without side effects. Highly effective spagyric essences promote the regeneration of the body's own physiological processes. The Spagyric combines approaches of phytotherapy, homeopathy and treatment approaches of therapy with Bach Flowers and Schuessler salts and thus represents the most comprehensive concept in the naturopathic field.
What plants help with menopausal symptoms? The approach of Zimply Natural
Within a few minutes you can use our Configurator Create your very own personal spagyric blend in convenient spray form.
Our sprays are characterized by their unique composition of effective plant-based essences and other ingredients of natural origin. Common menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, mood swings, Hair loss or sleep disorders can be treated holistically. Our concept focuses on the long-term promotion of your individual well-being instead of the short-term suppression of symptoms.
Our sprays are characterized by their unique composition of effective plant- and mineral-based essences of natural origin. Common menopausal complaints such as hot flashes, mood swings, hair loss or sleep disorders can be treated holistically. Our effective concept focuses on the long-term promotion of your individual well-being instead of the short-term suppression of symptoms.
By the way, once you have composed your personal menopause spray, you can easily create it with your personal blend number at Zimply Natural. reorder! It is important that you stay on the ball and give your body, mind and soul time to absorb the information and ingredients.
We put together your individual Zimply Natural Spray mixture based on your individual complaints and requirements. The basis is formed by potent, natural active ingredients and extracts from medicinal plants such as:
- Bugweed (Cimicifuga racemosa) - a buttercup plant, which is one of the most important medicinal plants in the field of gynecology due to its estrogen-like effect
- St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum)which has a mood-lifting and nervine effect and is beneficial for irritability or mood swings during menopause.
- Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)which has a positive effect on insomnia and depressive moods.
- Pomegranate (Punica granatum), which is rich in natural, so-called phytoestrogens and antioxidants and thus has a rejuvenating, cell-strengthening and anti-cancer effect.
Based on your individual constitution and your respective complaints, your Zimply Natural Spray, personally composed for you, contains many other natural active ingredients and extracts from Healingplants.
We will send the composition specially tailored to you and your needs to one of our Partner pharmacies. There, your spagyric spray is then individually produced for you and sent to your home conveniently and free of charge.
By the way, the application of your menopausal spray is very simple: The spray is simply sprayed into the mouth according to the dosage instructions on the bottle. In order to achieve the best possible effect and to be able to optimally counteract the causes, we recommend an application over a longer period of at least six to eight weeks. As a kind of cure, you spray 3×3 sprays daily.
Questions and answers about menopausal symptoms
What is the alternative to menopausal hormones?
Improvement in menopausal symptoms can often be achieved with a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet. Regular exercise and relaxation exercises help to balance body and mind. Herbal preparations can also help to alleviate symptoms.
What natural remedies help with menopausal symptoms?
What can I do about hot flashes during menopause?
Up to 85 percent of all menopausal women struggle with hot flashes and sweating. Teas containing, for example, black cohosh extract can help against this, Monk's pepper or Sage contained. Plant estrogens and isoflavones, which are found in soy, for example, can also be a useful alternative to hormone preparations.