Problems of the menopause period: looking for solutions

The peri­od of matu­ri­ty, when a wom­an’s repro­duc­tive and men­stru­al func­tions with­er, is accom­pa­nied by a num­ber of prob­lems. Hot flash­es, brit­tle bones, hair loss, insom­nia… We know how to pain­less­ly sur­vive menopause and enter the “vel­vet autumn” sea­son beau­ti­ful and healthy!

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This is the most com­mon man­i­fes­ta­tion of the cli­mac­teric syn­drome. Hot flash­es are asso­ci­at­ed with hor­mon­al changes in the body, which affect the ther­moreg­u­la­to­ry sys­tems. Hot flash­es are char­ac­ter­ized by a sharp and sud­den onset of heat, which from the face, neck, neck or chest grad­u­al­ly spreads over the entire upper body, and some­times below.


  • wear sev­er­al lay­ers of cloth­ing (when it’s hot, it’s easy to remove the top lay­er and feel com­fort­able);
  • eat more soy prod­ucts (soy is rich in phy­toe­stro­gens, close to human hor­mones);
  • It also helps to take lin­seed oil or infu­sion of flaxseed: in the evening, brew in a ther­mos 1 tbsp. a spoon­ful of flaxseed with boil­ing water, eat gru­el in the morn­ing instead of break­fast.

Brit­tle bones

It is con­nect­ed, first­ly, with age-relat­ed changes in the body, and sec­ond­ly, with a decrease in the hor­mone estro­gen, which leads to cal­ci­um leach­ing.


  • strength­en addi­tion­al intake of cal­ci­um and mag­ne­sium will help bones;
  • Enrich your diet with cal­ci­um-rich foods: kefir, cot­tage cheese, hard cheese, sea fish, etc.

Hair loss

One of the rea­sons for this trou­ble is the same lack of estro­gen. How­ev­er, there may be oth­er fac­tors that affect the den­si­ty of curls: severe stress, hered­i­ty, dis­eases, cer­tain med­ica­tions. There­fore, it is bet­ter to con­sult a spe­cial­ist.


  • drink green tea;
  • eat foods rich in vit­a­min B6 (nuts, beans, sea buck­thorn, mack­er­el, liv­er, chick­en, etc.);
  • recipe for a heal­ing mask: 2 drops of thyme oil, 3 drops of laven­der and rose­mary oils, 2 drops of cedar oil, mix with 4 tea­spoons of grape seed oil. Rub the mix­ture into your scalp.
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rest­less sleep

Sleep prob­lems can arise from exces­sive arousal, irri­tabil­i­ty, or feel­ings of anx­i­ety.


  • Do gym­nas­tics for 20–30 min­utes in the morn­ing and evening, a walk in the fresh air will also help you sleep well;
  • adjust the diet: add fiber-rich foods to it (veg­eta­bles and fruits, whole­meal bread);
  • give up cof­fee, strong tea, drugs con­tain­ing caf­feine, spicy foods.

A Ger­man nat­ur­al non-hor­mon­al drug will help calm the hor­mon­al storm and sur­vive menopause with­out seri­ous health con­se­quences. CLIMATE PLAN*. It con­sists of 4 com­po­nents that com­ple­ment and enhance each oth­er’s action:

  • cimi­cifu­ga nor­mal­izes hor­mon­al bal­ance and elim­i­nates the main symp­toms of menopause: hot flash­es, feel­ing hot, sweat­ing, emo­tion­al labil­i­ty;

  • San­guinar­ia nor­mal­izes blood pres­sure, pre­vents arrhyth­mia, pal­pi­ta­tions;

  • cut­tle­fish relieves headache, irri­tabil­i­ty;

  • igna­tion relieves mood swings, nor­mal­izes sleep and mem­o­ry.

KLIMAKTOPLAN elim­i­nates more than 25 symp­toms of menopause.
It is impor­tant to know that the drug reduces the severe man­i­fes­ta­tions of menopause by 7 times after 2 months of treat­ment.

CLIMACTOPLAN does not con­tain hor­mones and is well tol­er­at­ed dur­ing long-term use. The drug is easy to use: it is absorbed (do not drink water) 1–2 tablets 3 times a day for at least 3 months. Euro­pean women have been trust­ing this drug for over 70 years!
KLIMAKTOPLAN: be your­self! Mod­ern non-hor­mon­al ther­a­py for menopausal dis­or­ders!

The opin­ion of the edi­tors may not coin­cide with the opin­ion of the author of the arti­cle.

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