Herbal Remedies For Menopause

Menopause occurs approximately at the age of 50 when the period stops. Around this time symptoms and signs start to appear such as: irregular periods, dizziness, blurred vision, tinnitus, hot flashes, red complexion coming and going in waves, emotional (anger, irritated, sadness, anxiety,…), edema, low back and knee weakness/pain, digestive problems, cold limbs and urinary disorders. These symptoms will not come all at once. Some women may only get a few while others encounter many, This may last for a series of months or even last many years.

Traditional Chinese medicine is especially effective in the treatment of Menopause because of its careful differentiation of the various types. Descriptions of a few of the more commonly diagnosed types of Menopause in Chinese medicine as follows.

Liver Qi Stagnation: Irritability, nervousness, hypochondriac distention, constipation, palpitations, insomnia, emotional instability, generalized weakness,
Uprising Deficiency HeatHot flushes, bone-steaming sensation, irritability, dizziness, nervousness, emaciation.
Blood Deficiency: Dizziness, hot flushes, sweating, insomnia, dryness of skin, sallow complexion, emotional instability, myalgia.
Kidney Yin Deficiency: Delayed menstruation (scanty in amount of ceased completely), hair loss, scanty vagina, dizziness, tinnitus, hot flashes, night sweats, feverish sensation in the palms and soles,insomnia, increased dreams, itchy skin, soreness and weakness of lower back and knees.
Kidney Yang Deficiency: Heavy periods, irregular uterine bleeding, then gradually finish menses completely, soft stools, frequent of urine, incontinence, low back or  knee weakness or pain, edema of lower limbs and/or face, cold feet, low libido, tendency for weight gain.

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