The word menopause comes from the Greek meno, which means “monthly”, and pause, which means “cessation”, so it is defined as the permanent cessation of menstruation or rule. It usually starts around the age of forty-five, although it varies a lot from one woman to another and does not occur suddenly, but it is a progressive change.
Symptoms of menopause:
The first symptoms of menopause begin to manifest when, at a certain age, the secretion of the hormones estrogen and progesterone decreases naturally.
The most common symptoms of menopause are:
– Irregular periods.
– Hot flushes, headaches, palpitations and sweats.
– Dizziness and vertigo.
– Insomnia and other sleep disturbances.
– Pain during intercourse and vaginal dryness.
– Emotional changes and depression.
However, one of the symptoms that most worries women are the changes in the figure, a consequence of a sudden tendency to get fat.
With the onset of menopause, the ovaries begin to make fewer female hormones. This causes the accumulation of fat in the hips and thighs to decrease, while increasing in the abdomen.
In addition, there is a significant increase in fluid retention. All this affects our figure, but knowing well the causes of change, we can learn how to lose weight during menopause.
Living menopause well:
Beyond the psychological crisis of the fifties and its existential issues, menopause reminds us that the organism ages. It’s no use denying it. What we must do is face it and take the appropriate measures to age well. How? It’s a screaming secret: taking care of yourself!
On the one hand, you have to control your diet: eat healthy and prepare a diet that contains everything you need to be strong (calcium, supplements, proteins). On the other hand, it is essential to perform some physical activity on a regular basis, such as walking (at least 30 minutes a day, if possible), especially to reduce hot flashes.
Cell Therapy supplement is an straightforward, natural way to counteract the loss of viable eggs cell with age, particularly in restoring a woman’s fertility.
This is a feedback of a patient with Menopause after consuming stem cell:
Patient: Karla Livingston
Country: United States
Date of treatment: March 2014
Patient K. has a history of menopause. Before the stem cell therapy she suffered easy tiredness, sweating, sudden flushes, and her workability was low.
One month after the stem cell treatment, the patient K. wrote:
I hope this message finds you well.
Today is exactly a month since I started Cell Therapy. I noticed that I stopped sweating for no reason and I stopped being suddenly so hot. It is a good sign because now I can sleep at night and rest more. On Monday I will be back to work.
Please pass my best regards to the team and take care,