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What's the connection between "MENOPAUSE" and "Histamine"?


OKAY . . . SO LISTEN UP PEOPLE . . . YOU MAY NEED TO KNOW THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!!


Now . . . as a rule ladies. . . we all go through "menopause" at some point in our life.


Some earlier than others . . . and some breeze through it . . . while others are in a living "HELL"


So the question for today is this . . . WHY IS THAT???


Well . . . as we know . . . "menopause" is the time of life when a woman's "ovaries" discontinue producing hormones . . . and menstrual periods "stop".


Now . . . "natural" menopause usually occurs around the age of 50 . . . and when a woman hasn't had a period for 12 months in a row . . . this is "true" menopause.


Okay . . . so what's it really all about???


Well . . . "menopause" causes many changes to the body . . . with the "decreased" production of "estrogen" and "progesterone" in the ovaries . . . at the top of that list.


And with this . . . it can cause symptoms like hot flashes, weight gain, mood changes, chills, sleeping issues, night sweats, headaches, anxiety, dry skin, thinning hair, vaginal dryness, itchy skin, hives, bladder irritation or even urgency to urinate.


And in many cases . . . the body can go into an "early" menopause due to . . .


Chemotherapy or radiation to treat cancer

Surgery that removes an ovary

Hysterectomy

Family history of early menopause

Or getting your first period before the age of 11


Now . . . when going through "menopause . . . conventional medicine tells us . . . we should do things like . . .


Decrease vaginal discomfort

Get enough sleep

Cool hot flashes by dressing in layers

Drink cool water

Practice relaxation techniques

Strengthen the pelvic floor

Stop smoking

Exercise regularly

And eat a balanced diet


Now . . . treatment may include . . . "hormone therapy" . . . with "estrogen" therapy being the most effective treatment option


Okay . . . so what about "holistic" medicine??? . . . my world . . . well, it telling us to . . .


Eat foods rich in calcium and vitamin D