Your health is your business and it is your responsibility to take charge and get the menopause symptom relief you need, want and deserve. It is important that you manage your own health care. First, when determining what you need to do to get menopause symptom relief, you need to consider a few things:
- Assess your Menopause Symptoms – Work on becoming more aware of the subtle changes that your body is undergoing during your cycle and as you age. Pay attention at the beginning and gauge the intensity and duration of each of your symptoms.
- Consider your Family History – If you don’t already know, find out when your mother, aunts, sister(s) began experiencing perimenopausal and menopause symptoms. Ask them what they did to get relief.
- Involve Others – Ask your spouse, children, and close friends, etc. to tell you how they perceive you handling things during your cycle, changes they may observe that occur and if it appears you are a certain way at a certain time.
- Weigh all Your Options – Remember that there is no “right way” for all women to get the relief from menopause symptoms as these are all different. It is important that you determine what the changes are within your own body and go from there. It is also important to find out whether or not you are lacking in particular hormones because of the changes that are occurring. Be sure to get all the information before deciding on what to do.
Different Types of Menopause Symptom Relief
Throughout the years, doctors have reported success in providing menopause symptom relief with a variety of medications. It seems that there is no one medication that is able to treat “all” the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. Specific symptoms have been successfully treated with serotonin inhibitors for anxiety and depression; other medications are able to treat specific physical symptoms such as headaches, joint aches and pains, water retention, and vaginal dryness. Others still are used to treat the myriad of other symptoms that women experience while in the perimenopause phase and menopause time of their lives.
Much success has been found with hormonal treatments as these treatments attempt to adjust the hormonal levels that seem to have gone astray, leaving an imbalance. Often times, these kinds of treatments are the key to alleviating a number of symptoms. Treatments often involve estrogen or progesterone or a combination of both. The most effective treatments are those that are transdermal, such as MenoBalance. To learn more about MenoBalance and how this natural menopause symptoms relief can help you, please contact us today!