Climax: how to relieve symptoms?

Feb­ru­ary 17, 2016, 12:30

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All women dream of stay­ing young, beau­ti­ful, active, full of vital­i­ty and ener­gy for as long as pos­si­ble. How­ev­er, with the onset of the “vel­vet sea­son” and the accom­pa­ny­ing changes in the body, many ladies despair and give up. How­ev­er, it’s not worth it! And after 45–50 years, you can and should live a full life.

So, what is menopause and how to alle­vi­ate its symp­toms?

Cli­max — age-relat­ed hor­mon­al changes in a wom­an’s body (read more about menopause here). As a rule, it is accom­pa­nied by such unpleas­ant symp­toms as hot flash­es, when it throws into hot or cold, sleep dis­tur­bances, irri­tabil­i­ty, anx­i­ety, fatigue, for­get­ful­ness, depres­sion, pain in mus­cles and joints, drops in blood pres­sure, etc. Aver­age age the onset of menopause — about 50 years. Ear­ly menopause can occur at 35–40 years old, late — at 55–65 years old.


You can alle­vi­ate the symp­toms of menopause with a dai­ly or every oth­er day mas­sage of 6 points:

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  • point 1 — 1 cun above the bor­der of the scalp;
  • point 2 — in the depres­sion between the bases of the thumb and fore­fin­ger;
  • point 3 — 3 cun below the out­er edge of the patel­la;
  • point 4 — on the inner sur­face of the knee joint;
  • point 5 — 3 cun above the inner ankle;
  • point 6 — 2 cun above the pos­te­ri­or edge of the tip of the inner malle­o­lus.

Note: indi­vid­ual cun — the dis­tance between the folds of the mid­dle pha­lanx when the 3rd fin­ger is bent (for men — on the left hand, for women — on the right). The width of the thumb is also tak­en as an indi­vid­ual cun. If you con­nect the index and mid­dle fin­gers, then their width is equal to 1.5 indi­vid­ual cun, 4 fin­gers put togeth­er (from the 2nd to the 5th) make up 3 cun.

Calming herbal tea

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To cope with irri­tabil­i­ty and anx­i­ety, both with menopause and PMS, tea from the col­lec­tion of herbs will help:

  • pep­per­mint — 2 tsp;
  • oregano — 2 tsp;
  • hop cones — 1 tsp;
  • moth­er­wort — 1 tsp;
  • thyme herb — 2 tsp

Grind every­thing, 1 tbsp. l. brew the mix­ture with a glass of boil­ing water (200 ml), let it brew for 1 hour, strain. It is rec­om­mend­ed to take tea 50–100 ml in the evening before going to bed.

natural medicines

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To make menopause eas­i­er and with­out seri­ous health con­se­quences, you can use spe­cial med­i­cines — for exam­ple, a Ger­man nat­ur­al non-hor­mon­al drug Kli­mak­to­plan, which elim­i­nates more than 25 symp­toms of menopause. 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.

It is espe­cial­ly impor­tant that Kli­mak­to­plan does not con­tain hor­mones and is well tol­er­at­ed with long-term use. Kli­mak­to­plan is easy to use: it is dis­solved (do not drink water) 1–2 tablets 3 times a day for at least 3 months. The first effect is vis­i­ble after 1–2 weeks of admis­sion. It is impor­tant to know that Kli­mak­to­plan reduces severe man­i­fes­ta­tions of menopause by 7 times after 2 months of treat­ment. Euro­pean women have been trust­ing this drug for over 70 years!
Kli­mak­to­plan: be your­self! Mod­ern non-hor­mon­al ther­a­py of cli­mac­teric dis­or­ders.

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