Your husband jokes that instead of buying a wood stove, he is using you to heat the family room this winter. Rather than just saying you are not amused, you shoot him (“And justifiably so!” declares my wife).
Some may regard the discomfort of menopause, with the hot flashes and irritability alluded to in this joke, as a poor topic for humour.
Remember that a women’s attitude during this significant “change of life” will impact the severity of her distress. Humour and a light-hearted approach help during this difficult time.
It is also good to clarify that the Menopause is not a disease, it is instead a vital stage in the natural Read More
Headaches are of various nature and intensity. Headache should be distinguished from migraine.
Headaches can be characterized by the following symptoms: persistent pain in the head, sore muscles, neck and upper back pain, heavy head and dizziness, palpitating pain on one side of the head, warm face And red, watery eyes, nasal congestion.
Headaches usually appear due to muscular tension, poor posture, stress, anxiety, excessively long periods in front of a computer, etc… Food allergies, poor digestion, constipation, hormonal changes and the consumption of MSG (monosodium glutamate), which one often finds in canned food, chips and crackers, TV dinners and Chinese food, are also responsible for many headaches. Several diseases such Read More
Due to its high content in phytoestrogens (triterpenes glycosides: actein and cimicifugoside and isoflavone: formononetin), Black Cohosh offers undeniable advantages when chosen as hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Black Cohosh helps to restore hormonal balance in order to relieve unpleasant discomforts such as hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, etc.
Various research have validated the benefits of Black Cohosh for the relief of physical and psychological menopausal symptoms.
An experiment conducted in Germany on Black Cohosh, composed of 131 doctors and 629 female patients, demonstrated an improvement of over 80% of women suffering with menopausal discomforts. Forty two percent of these patients declared having no longer symptoms of hot flashes, night sweats, profuse Read More