Garlic, which is part of the onion family, is an herb widely used as a flavor enhancer for any cuisine and has many amazing health and therapeutic benefits. Garlic is used for lowering blood cholesterol and blood pressure, preventing cancer, boosting the function of the immune system, preventing the common cold, and has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, but also it might surprise you to know that garlic helps to ward off hot flashes.
The below infographic has some suggestions on what you can do to decrease your risk of post menopause related medical conditions.
They include hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a well rounded fitness regimen, nutritious diet and estrogen replacement therapy.
Women going through menopause experience fluctuating hormones that can cause a wide range of symptoms with differing levels of severity among sufferers. When women begin looking for ways that may be able to help alleviate menopausal symptoms many start looking for a medication that can help balance the hormones and reduce the symptoms.
The below infographic details the 5 medical screenings women need to help protect their health after menopause.
These medical screenings include mammogram, central dxa scan, cardiac stress test, carotid ultrasound and endometrial biopsy.
Women can relieve menopause symptoms by eating more eggs. Eggs are high in B vitamins, which play an important role in adrenal gland function to stabilize estrogen and progesterone balance to help reduce the onset of hot flashes. B vitamins are also essential for supporting a healthy nervous system and boosting energy levels.
One large egg contains only 70 calories, 6 grams of protein, about 5 grams of fat. Eggs are rich in varying amounts of essential vitamins and minerals...they are a nutritional powerhouse! Continue reading "Relieve Menopause Symptoms With Eggs"
Brain fog associated with menopause can have many negative health effects on the body and mind. Some women suffer from such a decline in cognitive function that they experience what is referred to as “mental fog” or “brain fog.”
Women that suffer from mental fog are often irritable, experience mood swings and emotional upset, and find themselves forgetting things. Some even report being concerned that they are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading "Brain Fog Associated With Menopause"