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Hormonal imbalance is frequently followed by such manifestations as excessive fatigue, nausea and frequent and unexpected mood alterations. Despite the fact that all of these manifestations are unpleasant and awkward regardless of the age the person in question is, one positive thing is that there exist numerous treatment techniques and methods that have the ability not only to alleviate the condition itself in a fairly quick manner, but also to cure it all together. Despite the once common practice of prescribing the hormone replacement therapy as the best possible means to cure this condition, such side effects as various heart related diseases, occurrence of blood clots, cancer of the ovum and other similar and serious in nature ailments made the greatest majority of professional health care providers think twice before prescribing this therapy to their patient. One thing upon which most doctors agree to be least harmful and extremely effective is to bring in certain changes in the lifestyle and employ additional treatment techniques, alternative in nature.

Most common treatmentapproaches

When it comes to treating this particular inner disorder, the following approaches are to be taken in consideration first, i.e. changes in one’s lifestyle, alternative medicine and lastly HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy). The main recommendation is to begin with the one that is the least threatening and risky.

Changes in lifestyle

When it comes to the least health-threatening approach, these minor changes have proven to be highly beneficial. The only catch is that this requires a lot of character and self-discipline. More specifically, methods and practices such as meditation, yoga in combination with ordinary physical exercising, along with the new and improved diet have the potential to do a lot in terms of health for the woman in question. The special emphasis is on the proper diet. The most fundamental changes should involve:

Keeping your hands of caffeine and alcoholAt least 7-8h of nighttime sleepIncreased intake of vitamins B, C, D and EDoing breathing exercises regularlySticking to a well balanced dietRegular physical activityConstant hydration

Give in to alternative medicine

As we already know, the methods and techniques based on alternative medicine are the ones that are also considered the least harmful in nature, and most importantly, extremely effective and health beneficial. When it comes to alternative ways, then herbs provide the most prolific results. But in order to add up to their overall effect, women can also combine them with methods as acupuncture, massage, aroma therapies, biofeedback, and alike, and they can be sure that each of the previously mentioned will produce good and satisfying results. Coming back to herbal medicines, there exist two particular varieties that are especially effective in remedying this disorder – phytoestrogenic herbs (such as the Black Cohosh), which are rich in plant produced estrogenic components, and non-estrogenic herbs, which have in them no estrogen but have the immense potential to initiate and boost woman’s production of hormones by nurturing endocrine and pituitary glands. The most prominent herb from this specific category is considered to be Macafem.

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