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According to Ayurveda, the beginning of menopause marks the transition from Pitta phase of life to vata phase of life. Imbalances in both vata and pitta may occur during this transition.
When the pitta imbalances within the deep tissues of the body, it results in hot flashes and night sweats. Another reason could be the build-up of ama (toxins) in the channels of the body. It restricts the flow of heat in the deeper tissues. When the build-up finds an outlet, it flashes in a manner that leaves one feeling extremely uncomfortable.
Take 3-4 gms Shatavari powder with milk, twice daily. It is enriched in women-friendly hormones, balances pitta, and vata
Eat amla murabba, twice daily. It has a cooling effect on the body. It helps to pacify heat sensations, sweating in the feet and palms, and hot flashes.
Giloy juice is simple herbal juice that can be consumed 2-3 times a day anytime your stomach is empty
Drink 2-3 glasses of milk daily. Milk prevents as well as makes up for the bone loss that is caused due the fall of estrogen levels during menopause.
Do not skip your meals. Eat at the right time when agni is at it’s peak. Eat pitta balancing fruits like ripe pears. They are excellent for balancing the sadhaka pitta - a sub pitta dosha that governs emotions.
Soybean has been long used for pacifying menopause symptoms. It is a high-protein food that helps strengthen the muscles.
Increase the intake of pitta-pacifying diet and avoid sour, spicy and salty food. Cook with cooling spices like coriander, anise and mint.
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