Calm Those Fluctuating Hormones and Soothe the Menopause with Pure Essential Oils

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Are you at that time of life? Do you suffer with fluctuating hormones, irritability and hot flashes? If yes, you’ll know just how unbearable the symptoms of the menopause can be. For a natural approach, consider these fantastic aromatherapy essential oils. Get ready to feel human.

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The reality of the menopause

The menopause can be a confusing time for many. Some women will experience very difficult symptoms, some will sail through it, but, in the main, there will be some symptoms to contend with.  It’s a gradual process and the peri-menopause is different for each woman. It can be difficult to ascertain just when the actual menopause starts although the true definition is the absence of a period for twelve months. Frustratingly, it’s not impossible for a period to occur just before the end of the twelve months and for the transition to start all over again. The menopause dictates that the ovaries cease to work, and the female sex hormones reduce.

The average age for the menopause is 51 years. It could however start much earlier or even later. The duration of the menopause is not fixed. It is this unpredictability that makes it difficult for women to fully comprehend what is happening and to understand how to deal with these changes of mood and feelings of fatigue. 

The symptoms may actually begin years before the menopause occurs and can continue for years afterwards and so, natural remedies help pave the way towards a smooth transition. The menopause is a normal part of the ageing process but that doesn’t mean that the transition will be easy.  Taking a holistic approach to life during this time is important. It is also important to open up and to talk to others. Explain what you are going through. This is vital because if you live with others, it can be very difficult for them to understand how you’re feeling. So, pay attention to how you feel and notice any changes as they occur. Don’t bottle emotions up. 

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