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Menopausal Symptoms can be controlled, the Natural Way, with Vitamin D and E.
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Menopausal Symptoms can be controlled, the Natural Way, with Vitamin D and E Menopause is a milestone in the natural life process of women marking the end of the reproductive capability. Several hormonal changes occur during the menopausal period affecting women physically and emotionally.
The symptoms can start to show up many years earlier (MedlinePlus). A Gallup poll of menopausal women conducted in 2002 revealed the four major reasons for medical attention as hot flashes (70%), night sweats (68%), mood disturbances (50%), and sleep disturbances (48%) (Utian, 2005). An estimated 75% to 85% of menopausal women experience vasomotor symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats (Ohayon, 2006; Umland, 2008). The pathophysiology of hot flashes is uncertain but it is widely accepted that a dysfunction of the central thermoregulatory centers e.g., hypothalamus caused by certain factors might lead to hot flashes (Shansfelt et al., 2002). Diminishing level of circulating estrogen as a result of waning ovarian function during menopause is believed to cause a narrowing of the thermoregulatory threshold between sweating and shivering in the hypothalamus, leading to hot flashes (North American Menopause Society, NAMS, 2004; Mayo Clinic, 2009). Also, according to Mayo Clinic (2009), rather than low estrogen levels alone, it could be the withdrawal of estrogen occurring during menopause that causes hot flashes. ...
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