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Change of Life: Maintaining Grace and Balance During Menopause

Change of Life: Maintaining Grace and Balance During Menopause


October is Menopause Awareness Month, making it the perfect time to explore natural ways to find balance during this transitional life stage. Whilemenopause symptoms likehot flashes,night sweats, and mood swings can present challenges, being proactive with self-care can help you feel empowered.

Understanding Menopause

What is menopause? Menopause is a natural biological process that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. It is defined as the absence of menstrual periods for 12 consecutive months. Menopause typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, with the average age being 51. However, some women may experiencemenopause earlier or later.

Perimenopause is the transitional period leading up to menopause, during which a woman’s body undergoes hormonal changes that can cause various symptoms.Pre-menopause andpara-menopause refer to the years prior to menopause.

Symptoms and Signs of Menopause

Menopause symptoms can cause a diverse range of effects, including:

  • Hot Flashes - Sudden feelings of warmth that can cause sweating and a rapid heartbeat. They can last from a few seconds to several minutes and can occur multiple times a day.
  • Night Sweats - These are hot flashes that occur during sleep, often causing women to wake up feeling drenched in sweat.
  • Mood Swings - These are common during menopause and can include feelings of irritability, anxiety, and depression.
  • Vaginal Dryness - This is a commonmenopause symptom that can cause discomfort and pain during sexual activity.
  • Insomnia - This is a common symptom of menopause that can make it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep.
  • Fatigue - This is a common symptom of menopause that can cause feelings of exhaustion and low energy levels.
  • Irregular Periods - These are common duringperimenopause andmenopause, ashormone levels fluctuate.

  • Holistic Approaches to Menopause

    Manage Hot Flashes and Night Sweats with Cupping

    Asestrogen levels decline, many women experience intense heat sensations and sweating. Hot flashes and night sweats can disrupt sleep and daily routines. Cupping therapy may help reduce hot flashes and night sweats when performed regularly, according to a small 2014 study.

    Cupping improves circulation, moving refreshed blood through the body to beat the heat. Try massaging silicone cups along the neck, chest, and back at the first sign of a hot flash for soothing relief. The gentle suction helps redirect blood flow while relaxing tense muscles.

    Try Lymph Drainage Massage

    Your lymph system helps remove toxins but sluggish drainage during menopause can lead to buildup and discomfort. Use Immune Defense Lymph Cream with massage techniques to lift and stimulate lymph flow. The botanicals in this cream provide natural decongestion.

    Apply the cream in upward, circular motions at the neck, underarms, and groin where lymph nodes collect fluid. The gentle manual massage will stimulate drainage. Flushing toxins aids natural decongestion for wellness.

    Reset Your Digestion and Maintain Optimal Weight

    As estrogen production declines duringmenopause,metabolism slows down which can lead toweight gain. Falling estrogen also negatively impacts gut health for some women. Constipation,bloating, and indigestion may increase along with cravings for sugar and carbs.

    Try the Cleanse & Slim supplement helps promote the natural elimination of waste and toxins that accumulate in your gut and intestines. Antioxidants and botanicals reduce inflammation while polysaccharides act as prebiotics to feed healthy gut flora. This assists with healthy weight management.


    Control Appetite and Cravings With BellyOrb 

    Fluctuating estrogen and cortisol influence hunger cues and cravings duringmenopause. When willpower wanes, apply the BellyOrb Skinny Patch to help control appetite and prevent between-meal snacking. The natural botanicals in the patch absorb into the skin to provide discrete support for sticking to nutrition plans during hormone havoc. Simply apply when you feel cravings kicking in. The herbs influence bio hormone signals of hunger to help you make mindful choices.


    Lifestyle Changes

    While HRT may be a viable option, prioritizing lifestyle changes such as maintaining a healthymenopause diet, engaging in regular exercise, and practicing stress management techniques can help managemenopause symptoms.

    Thrive Through the Transition with Proactive Self-Care

    While managing changinghormones may feel daunting, small daily actions to support your body with natural solutions can make a big difference. 

    As you honor this transition, be gentle with yourself and foster physical and emotional balance

    Share your journey to help other women feel empowered. 

    Together we can thrive duringmenopause.

    Explore Lure Essentials solutions to support your health and wellness goals HERE.