How To Treat Menopause Naturally

Period Pain Menstrual CrampsMenopause affects every woman eventually. That’s just a certainty. Some women suffer from a long and protracted period of menopause with symptoms lasting for years. Other ladies are a little luckier and get through menopause much quicker and with less symptoms. But, either way, every woman who goes through menopause is going to suffer from some symptoms, whether severe or not, long-term or short-term.

There are many medications prescribed by doctors, plus hormone replacement therapy, and while a lot of these work, often times they will be accompanied by unwanted side effects. With that being the case, in this post we are going to be looking at how to treat menopause naturally, alleviating the symptoms without medications and their complications.


Avoid Stress

Not always an easy thing to do, but the higher your stress levels are, the more amplified your menopause symptoms will likely be. The mental sensations of perceived stress can also be intensified by the menopausal state, which can lead to bouts of depression and mood swings. No matter what’s going on in your life at the time, it’s important to make some time for yourself where you can chill out, or zone out, letting the stress of life leave your body.

If you’ve never done it before, this might be a good time to consider taking up meditation or going to meditation classes. It is possibly one of the most effective ways of both clearing the mind and reducing stress levels in the body. Stress can actually impact the balance of female hormones being produced, thus exacerbating the menopause symptoms, so the less stress you experience, the less likely your hormones are going to play up, so to speak.


Herbal Equilibrium Natural Menopause Relief Supplement

This is an all-natural herbal formula that gets a pretty positive rap in the reviews on Amazon. It’s formulation is designed to relieve practically all menopause symptoms gently and with virtually no side effects.

The benefits:

  • Reduce hot flashes and nights sweats
  • Improved mood with less irritability
  • Reduced anxiety
  • Treats insomnia
  • Helps balance the hormones
  • Increased libido and sexual satisfaction

Each bottle comes with 60 capsules. At 2 per day, that equals a 30 day (1 month) supply.


Get Enough Exercise

Many women experience weight gain during the menopause phase. A build up of oestrogen in the system leads to extra fat being stored on the body. To complicate matters further, this fat actually also leads to an over-production of oestrogen, leading to more fat and an even greater imbalance of hormones.

While it may feel like the last thing you want to do while suffering the physical symptoms of menopause, having and maintaining a regular exercise regime should be high on the agenda. The fitter you are the better you are naturally going to feel. This fact applies whether you are going through menopause or not. Extra weight gain will not only lead to amplified menopause symptoms, there is also the mental stress that can come with it; the feelings of “looking ugly”, “feeling frumpy”, having less energy and generally a lack of physical and psychological wellbeing.

Exercise and staying in reasonable shape is a must during this critical life phase. No matter which way you look at it, leading as active a lifestyle as you can manage during menopause will relieve both the physical and emotional symptoms.


Nature’s Balance Progesterone Cream

The idea behind progesterone cream is to allow your body to absorb natural progesterone into the bloodstream to balance out the levels between oestrogen and progesterone, as this imbalance causes many of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with menopause.

Made in the USA from 100% plant derivatives, Nature’s Balance Progesterone Cream is designed to replace those lost hormones by administering a doctor recommended dose of bioidentical progesterone through the skin. The company has been manufacturing the cream in an FDA compliant facility for the past 19 years.

Ingredients include:

  • Progesterone
  • Deionized Water
  • Coconut Oil
  • Stearic Acid
  • Vitamin E
  • Potassium Sorbate
  • Vegetable Glycerine
  • Emulsifying Wax

The reviews for this progesterone cream are extremely positive, receiving an average Amazon customer rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.


Flaxseed Oil and Soy Products

Both flaxseed and soy found naturally in food contain phytoestrogens that help to reduce some symptoms of menopause. For soy, tofu and soy milk are recommended. The omega 3 fatty acids found in flaxseed oil are the key ingredient in the fight against menopause symptoms. Flaxseed oil can also help to lower blood pressure.


Amberen Menopause Relief Supplement

Backed by a 45 day money back guarantee, Amberen menopause Relief Supplement addresses the root cause of menopause symptoms to give you relief and peace of mind. Rather than having to take this product daily for years, a recommended course of just 3 months is deemed to be sufficient to overcome the hormone imbalances that greatly contribute to menopausal discomfort. Then, give yourself a break from the supplement until symptoms return (usually around a 90 day break).


Amberen targets:

  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Irritability and mood swings
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Insomnia
  • Weight gain
  • Loss of libido

While Amberen receives some mixed reviews on Amazon, overall the prognosis of this product’s effectiveness in alleviating menopause symptoms is a very positive one. For the sake of around $100 for a 90 day supply, it might be well worth a try.


Eat A Nutritious Diet

It’s stating the obvious, but sometimes we need to be reminded that the healthiest thing we can put into our bodies to fight against any illness or ailment (including menopause) is fresh, healthy food. Eating a balanced diet of 3 good meals a day with healthy snacks in between will go a long way toward relieving those annoying and cumbersome menopause symptoms. Ensure you eat enough healthy fats and oils, like fish oil from tuna and salmon, and fruit and vegetables loaded with essential vitamins and minerals. And, as always, drink plenty of water; cold water if you are suffering from hot flashes and night sweats.


Although it’s not a comprehensive list of things you can do to overcome the symptoms of menopause, hopefully you’ve found something helpful here. Maybe give one of the recommended products a try and see how that works for you. Many women resort to hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and it helps, but the more natural the treatment the better, if it has a positive outcome.






  1. MattMatt
    November 25, 2015    

    An excellent article and very educational! Very informative and easy to understand, with lots of pictures!

    Great suggestions are presented as well as recommendations made to buy certain herbal products.

    It was very easy to navigate and read. It’s that you’ve been very specific with exactly what women can be doing right now!

    Overall a very good article. Keep up the great work!

    • November 25, 2015    

      Thanks for reading, and for the positive comments.

  2. KrisKris
    August 9, 2016    

    Hi I guess menopause is going to happen to us all eventually. Diet and exercise is obviously the best way to reduce the symptom’s severity. What about using calcium and magnesium supplements? Is HRT harmful to use? I worry a lot about menopause as it is just around the corner.
    Thanks for an informative and interesting article.
    Regards, Kris

    • August 10, 2016    

      HRT can cause more problems, but can be necessary. You are better off trying natural remedies if you can, as the side effects will be minimal. Best of luck and thanks for reading.

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