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Poor nutritional choices, erratic lifestyle, stress could all be factors that build-up to a tough menopause. Usually a difficult time during the menstrual cycles (PMS) itself is an indicator. I will recommend you to consult a menopause diet nutitionist - http://soulfoodshonali.com/consultations/list-of-ailments/menopause-pre-menopause/

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Learn the symptoms

Keep lines of communication open

Adjust expectations

Reduce friction

Give her free range over the thermostat

Don’t call attention to her symptoms

Buck up her self-confidence

Limit guilt

Don’t doubt or diminish her experience

Get the support you need, too

For more information, you can contact at North Texas Gynecologic Oncology

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Wild yam cream is often sold as Progesterone Liposomal cream.
I read that it is often promoted as a “natural alterative” to estrogen therapy. Some women apply wild yam creams to the skin to reduce menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes.
I got the below info from the Nutricelebrity website.

" Natural Progesterone Liposomal Cream is a Natural Progesterone Cream from Wild Yam and balancing herbs"
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Some women apply wild yam creams to the skin to reduce menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes

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Sorry I keep posting this reply wrong...

 

 

Wild yam cream is often sold as Progesterone Liposomal cream.
I read that it is often promoted as a “natural alterative” to estrogen therapy. Some women apply wild yam creams to the skin to reduce menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes.
I got the below info from the Nutricelebrity website.

" Natural Progesterone Liposomal Cream is a Natural Progesterone Cream from Wild Yam and balancing herbs"

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Get the natural herbal hormone balancers like Black Cohosh etc

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Magnesium also works well, I get the spray on kind. Trans-dermal, absorbed by the skin.
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I found that Natural herbs like Black Cohosh are great Hormone balancers. Google search will show you several studies. I get mine from a supplement formulation. I can message you the info and maybe a photo of it, if you need.

 

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Black Cohosh is great for hormone balance. it's a herb. You can find it in supplement formulations specific to menopause.
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I have been taking some Natural herbal Menopause vitamins. The prime ingredients are herbs like Black Cohosh, and ashwagandah root and then zinc and copper. It's something thats been used for a long time. I take 2 pills a day, to help with the hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings.

The one I get is called "Megapause". I order it on amzn.

On the smoking side, I would recommend Vitamin C, since smoking a cigarette depeltes about 75mg of C. Take 1,000-2,000mg per day and this will help restore at least some of the nutrient loss.

 

It's a journey, all of us ladies must go through it. It's not forever!

 

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Embrace the energy surges that keep you up at night. Soon enough, you will be on an even keel as you age. I used to get up and write poetry with the extra energy. I like getting better sleep now, but I miss the feeling of power cycles. 

 

Billie

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