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Menopausal Care Through Ayurveda

Written by
Dr. Niveditha Srinivasamurthy
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Oct 24, 2016 and last reviewed on Sep 07, 2018   -  2 min read

Abstract

Abstract

Female menopause is by far one of the most critical phases in a woman’s life and hence it is very important that adequate care is taken during this period.

Menopausal Care Through Ayurveda

The signs of menopause include irregular periods, hot flushes, tiredness, irritability, mood swings, and many more.

If adequate care is not taken it can lead to joint pains, osteoporosis, permanent skin pigmentation, depression etc.

There are a few things that one can do through ayurveda to prevent or reduce the intensity of the problems and thus make menopause an easier process.

Calcium & Iron Supplements:

Weight Care:

Regular Massages:

Skin Care:

Intake of Ghee and Fenugreek:

Me Time!

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