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According to Ayurveda, menopause is not a disease or disorder, but a naturally occurring stage in a woman’s life, the transition from reproductive years to wise women years.
Vata is dominant during the menopausal phase of a woman’s life.
The key to smooth transition is self-love and support from loved-ones
In Ayurveda, menopause is known as rajoni vriti. It is naturally occurring phase in a woman’s life, denoting a transition from the young, reproductive phase to that of wisdom and forbearance. Menopause marks the beginning of the vata time of life, and from here on, a woman’s old age will be dominated by the vata elements of air and ether. And, vata imbalance leads to symptoms like
Tingling and numbness in the body
Degeneration of the cervical spine
Severe mood swings
Here are few techniques to soothe and reduce the emotional disturbance that often accompanies menopause.
Engage in stress releasing activities like yoga, pranayama, and going for long walks.
Address unresolved emotion and talk to your family and friends. If that doesn’t help, consult a psychiatrist.
Follow a routine. Go to bed before 10:00 pm. Have your meals on time.
Express yourself artistically. Indulge in hobbies like painting, gardening, and dancing
Spend time interacting with nature. Take trips to the mountains, beaches, and the woods as frequently as possible.
Apart from this, eat fresh and organic vegetables and fruits. Take care of yourself. And don’t get too hassled by the changes that are happening in your body right now. It’s all a part of the different phases that you go through as a woman, and in due course, you’ll find yourself accepting it and even welcoming it.
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