Transitioning through menopause can be both challenging and empowering. Explore the story of your evolving body and how you can navigate it with grace and confidence.
Menopause can feel like an unpredictable roller coaster. From the occasional hot flash to the restless nights, it’s a phase of life laden with change. How can embracing the natural power of plants can be a game-changer for you?
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You’re entering a new chapter in your life, and just like any transition, it comes with its unique set of experiences. Celebrate your journey and every transformation it brings.
From irregular periods to mood swings and hot flushes, familiarising yourself with the symptoms of menopause ensures you’re well-prepared and can seek support when needed.
One thing many women notice is a change in their skin. Drink plenty of water and opt for a moisturiser rich in natural ingredients to keep your skin glowing and hydrated.
Cleanmarine Menomin: A natural approach to menopause
Cleanmarine MenoMin is a natural and proactive approach to managing perimenopause and menopause symptoms. Scientifically formulated for this natural life stage, MenoMin provides daily nutritional support so you can feel like you.
MenoMin’s expert blend can support your hormonal activity, tiredness, brain and hair, skin and mucose membranes and bones.
Energy uplift: B vitamins support energy, reduce tiredness and fatigue, and help regulate hormonal activity. Your body doesn’t store B vitamins, so you need to replenish them daily to help you to thrive.
Keep your head: MenoMin’s balanced formula includes the essential vitamin B6, which contributes to normal psychological function. Ethically and sustainably sourced omega-3 DHA supports good brain function.
Good hair days: Menopause can cause hair to thin, lack fullness or shed more than before. Biotin works to maintain your hair, skin and mucous membranes, such as those in the vagina too.
Nourishing nutrients: MenoMin is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, including the highly absorbable omega oil, vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 and D3, folic acid, biotin, soy isoflavones and rosemary. It provides extra nutritional support during perimenopause or menopause, all in two daily capsules.
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Red Clover is rich in isoflavones, plant-based compounds that mimic oestrogen in your body.
1. What exactly happens to my body during menopause?
During menopause, your ovaries produce fewer reproductive hormones, primarily oestrogen and progesterone. This leads to the end of your monthly periods, and you may experience various symptoms. Remember, every woman’s experience is unique, so you might not face every symptom.
2. Are there natural ways to manage menopause symptoms?
Yes! Herbal supplements like black cohosh, red clover and St John’s Wort have been used traditionally to support menopausal health. Remember to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement.
3. Why do I experience hot flashes, and how can I reduce them?
Hot flashes result from the fluctuating oestrogen levels in your body. To alleviate them, consider dietary changes like incorporating more plant-based foods rich in phytoestrogens, which can mimic the body’s natural oestrogen.
4. How can sustainable food choices support my health during menopause?
Sustainable foods are often more nutritious and free from harmful chemicals and processed additives. They can boost your overall health, support hormonal balance and even aid in managing menopausal symptoms.
5. Why is my skin changing with menopause, and what can I do?
Your skin might become drier and less elastic due to decreasing oestrogen levels. To help, focus on hydrating well, use natural skincare products, and consider supplements rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which can nourish your skin from within.
6. I’ve heard of herbal teas for menopause. Do they work?
Herbal teas like chamomile, valerian and sage can help manage some symptoms. Chamomile can be relaxing and might assist with sleep disturbances. However, it’s always a good idea to see what works best for you.
7. How can I maintain my mental wellbeing during menopause?
Diet plays a role in mood. Consider foods rich in omega-3s, magnesium and B vitamins. Engage in regular physical activity, stay connected with loved ones, and don’t hesitate to seek support when needed.
8. I’ve heard about black cohosh. What is it?
Black cohosh is a herbal supplement that’s been used for centuries. You may find it helpful in alleviating your menopausal symptoms, particularly hot flashes. But, as with any supplement, consult with a healthcare professional first.
9. Are there any specific foods that can benefit my skin during menopause?
Yes! Foods rich in antioxidants like berries, nuts, and green leafy vegetables can support skin health. Also, fatty fish with omega-3s and flaxseeds can help maintain skin’s moisture and elasticity.
10. What’s the most important thing to remember during my menopausal journey?
Menopause is a natural part of life and every woman’s experience is unique. Embrace the change, be kind to yourself and remember you’re not alone. There are many resources, communities and practices to support you during your transition.
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