Menopausal syndrome is the first sign of menopause?

Women throughout life periodicallyare subject to a "hormonal storm". First, puberty, then the birth of children and finally the termination of menstruation. Menopausal syndrome is also called menopause. It begins in women aged 41 to 56 years. This manifestation is associated with the restructuring of the body as a result of hormonal age-related abnormalities. Under the influence of the progressive state of deep menopause, there is a whole complex of changes:

  • Menopausal Syndrome
    vegetative-vascular manifestations (pressure jumps, deterioration of the elasticity of the walls of veins and arteries);
  • exchange-endocrine disorders (due to a lack of hormones);
  • mental (associated with awareness of the extinction of the reproductive function of the ovaries and the inability to have children).

Menopausal syndrome is associated with some complications in most women. The most vivid symptoms can even be regarded as concomitant diseases, however, this is not so.


Menopausal metabolic syndrome is accompanied by such signs:

  • muscle weakness (observed as a result of metabolic disorders in the body);
  • fast fatigue;
  • causeless irritability (the brain suffers and experiences no less stress than other organs, since from that moment it is no longer supplied with the necessary amount of hormones);
  • insomnia or nightmares at night;
  • pressure jumps (associated with uneven hormone production);
  • tachycardia and cardiac arrhythmia;
  • tides (a woman throws something in the cold, then in a fever);
  • nausea (occurs as a result of hormonal outbursts similar to those that occur in pregnant women in the first trimester);
  • fever and sweating.

Menopausal metabolic syndrome
In addition to these daily symptoms, it worsensabsorption of calcium, which leads to brittle bones. During this period, the probability of serious injuries and fractures increases. Especially from the deficiency of calcium, it suffers from the radial bone, the spine and the head of the femur. Most often, the cause of death of women in old age is a fracture of the thigh at the base of the pelvis.


How to reduce the menopausal metabolic syndrome? Treatment of climacteric neurosis requires a number of procedures. Conditionally the whole process can be divided into three stages:

  • purification of the gastrointestinal tract from parasites and wastes;
  • intensive recovery;
  • maintenance of immunity at home.

Let's consider each process in more detail:

1. The preparatory stage is held in different ways. There are several options how to get rid of slagging of the intestine and blood vessels:

  • starvation;
  • Colon hydrotherapy;
  • enema.

Everyone chooses the path that will causeless discomfort. So, you can first starve one day, after a day to give up food for three days, another day - two. During this time, the process of burning excess fat and protein occurs, all diseased cells are destroyed, and natural rejuvenation of the organism takes place. There is another way to get rid of parasites and toxins in the body - cleansing enemas that need to be done every day for a week. This will help not to cure the menopausal syndrome, but to make its manifestations much less pronounced.

menopausal metabolic syndrome treatment
2. You can do physiotherapy with the effect of phytosauna. Prepared curative decoctions can be added to the water by taking a bath or pouring on hot stones to form a steam. Daily walks in the fresh air and aerobics will benefit you. It is desirable to spend more time in the park zone away from city bustle and exhaust fumes.

3. At home, to reduce menopausal syndrome, you need to take a complex of vitamins and keep yourself in good physical shape. Also a special diet and an active lifestyle will have a positive impact.

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