How to survive the climax period

Climax is the natural stage that all women go through. Of course, this process is connected with various malformations: mood swings, bouts of heat, etc. But they may manifest themselves to a greater or lesser degree. In addition, problems associated with critical days and ICP (premenstrual syndrome) gradually fall away from the woman.

Ovarian work begins to slow three to five years before the intervals stop, and this is already the first stage of the climax. The gap between critical days gradually increases, and the woman’s body prepares for a new period of life. It is necessary to seriously engage in health at this time. Start walking more in the fresh air and keeping an eye on nutrition. The metabolism slows down, it becomes harder to retain former shapes and a flat abdomen: the figure begins to round, especially in the waist area. If there are no contraindications, hiking in the sauna is useful: it will help not gain excess weight and clean the cells of the body. Eat more raw vegetables and fruits every day.

To maintain hormonal balance, the doctor will prescribe hormone replacement therapy. Very useful for the female body soy. It contains a large amount of phytoestrogens that have the same effect as female sex hormones. For example, Japanese women during the climacteric period have less difficulty than, for example, Russians or Germans. This is because in Asia it is customary to eat a lot of soybeans. The beans help smooth out the natural decline in estrogen beginning in a woman at about 50 years old. Plant hormones are also found in broccoli, plums, linseed, wheat and sunflower seeds.

Getting rid of bouts of heat will help an infusion of sage. Pour one tablespoon of herbs with a glass of boiling water and brew under the lid for 10 minutes. Drink warm every evening. Against increased sweating effective baths with herbs, which should be taken once a week for 15-20 minutes. To prepare the infusion, pour 3-4 tablespoons of mallow or orange flowers into the pan, pour boiling water, brew for 15 minutes, then strain and pour into warm water. This bath regulates sebaceous glands secretions and has an anti-inflammatory effect.

During the climacteric period, women often spoil their mood. They get easily annoyed, don’t sleep well at night. Emotional swings are excruciating, but at this time they are experienced by most ladies. If you feel like becoming irritable, drink lime tea 2-3 times a day. Pour 1 tablespoon of flowers with a glass of boiling water, let it stick under the lid for 5-10 minutes. Linden is good in that it has a soothing effect, acting as an antidepressant and also cleanses the body.

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