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5 Ways to Soothe Mind, Body and Spirit

by Michaela Scherr Self improvement (or self help) tools come in many shapes and sizes; sometimes it’s physical in nature (a self help book, having a massage, painting with water colors), or spiritual in nature (flower essences, Reiki, meditation which is both...

What Kind of Massage is Right for You?

Massage feels sinfully good, doesn’t it?  The truth is, massage is one of the best things you can do for yourself; especially during times of change such as menopause. This soothing therapy has been shown to lower blood press, reduce muscle pain, improve joint...

Dry Skin – What You can do When Menopause Causes Itchiness

Menopause is sometimes responsible for bouts of dry skin, particularly around the mouth, nose areas, as well as internally within the eyes. This dryness can be caused by the hormonal imbalances. During menopause, estrogen, progesterone and testosterone levels decline...

Menopause Deep Vein Thrombosis Or DVT

Written by Sandy Stoutenburg Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is the formation of a blood clot (thrombus) deep within a vein.  These blood clots occur often in the calf or thigh and can partially or completely block the flow of blood in the affected area. Who is most at...

Water Retention – 7 Natural Tips to Relieve Bloating

When women reach a point where they stop ovulating, it is called menopause. It indicates the end of fertility in women. Menopause affects different women differently. For some, menopause starts early, but most would experience it around the age of 50. There is a...

Urinary Track Infections – 6 Ways To Prevent Them During Menopause

Urinary infections, also known as infections of the urinary tract, are one of the most common bacterial infections in women. The urinary tract is more susceptible to infections during menopause due to reduction in hormonal support. This tract, being a system for the...

Why Night Sweats Occur and How to Make them Stop

In order to stop night sweats naturally you should learn about the mechanics of sweating. There is no reason why you should suffer from night sweats ever again. Once you understand how sweating evolves, you will have the knowledge to make night sweats stop. Your Body...

Panic Attacks During Menopause – What You Can Do to Prevent Them

A large number of women experience increase in panic attacks when reaching perimenopause and during the menopausal period. The most common symptoms experienced during and after the panic attacks include, racing heart beats, breathing difficulties, unusual intense...

Prevent Osteoporosis During Menopause – The Easy Way

We know that our bodies require calcium and vitamin D in order to build and maintain powerful bones. According to his recent book entitled, “Preventing and Reversing Osteoporosis,” by Dr. Alan Gaby, it takes more vitamins than we think to prevent brittle...