Menopause Treatments in Newcastle at Naturally Heaven Therapy Wellness Rooms
What is Menopause?
The Menopause is defined as the end of the last menstrual period, starting from the age of 45 and 55. Some women do however suffer from early menopause.
This stage of gradually falling and fluctuating hormone levels is called perimenopause, which can last upwards of two years before a woman’s final period. For most women symptoms end at menopause, however, for some, symptoms can continue into postmenopausal life.
While you may be able to go through the menopausal transition without incident, you may experience some combination of symptoms, changes or pain.
Fortunately, as menopausal symptoms are a consequence of fluctuations in hormones such as estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone, it is possible to find options for treatment. If hormone replacement therapy or HRT is not on the top of your list at the moment, we may have help at hand.
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Menopausal Symptoms include
- Hot flushes
- Hot flashes
- Periods stop
- Irregular periods
- Vaginal dryness
- Night sweats
- Sleep problems
- Mood changes
- Weight gain and slowed metabolism
- premature ovarian insufficiency
- skin patches
A regular massage or reflexology treatment at Naturally Heaven Therapy, Newcastle can help through the menopause by rebalance your hormones and give you some comfort.
What massage treatments can help?
Why is it that the menopause is often viewed as an illness to be cured when it’s a natural stage in life?
Not all menopause is bad and if you are lucky then you might not have many symptoms or they may not be severe. However, for some contending with hot flushes, night sweats and sleep disturbances, feeling emotionally low and physically exhausted can be commonplace.
This time of change is not necessarily exclusive to women. The male menopause is becoming more widely acknowledged by the medical community with men experiencing similar symptoms due to declining levels of testosterone.
Regular massage or reflexology treatments can focus on the emotional and physical changes you are undergoing. This will allow you to take time out, reflect on how you are managing and get you back in tune with your body, mind and spirit.
How can we help you deal with the symptoms of menopause?
Hormones play a significant part during our lives, the switching on and equally the switching off can play havoc not only physically but also emotionally. Lifestyle changes can have a positive effect, adding movement and exercise and getting some much needed support or nurturing may pay dividends at this time of change.
Complementary treatment options involve little or no risk and may be an effective way to treat the changes and symptoms.