Before menopause is physiological, every woman meets it once, and it manifests itself in the extinction of reproductive function. Menopause itself is not a pathology, but changes in the body can be the impetus for the development of serious disruptions in the body.
Women during menopause often complain of hot flashes and an active heartbeat. Tachycardia is an increase in heart rate, above 100 beats per minute. Pathology manifests paroxysmally, provokes a sense of fear, a woman feels a lack of oxygen, and she is dizzy. This pathology is very serious, tachycardia can cause severe disruption of the cardiovascular system.
In the period of menopause, a woman has a decline in reproductive function, the ovaries become small and gradually stop working. All this leads to the fact that the body decreases the number of female sex hormones - estrogen.
In turn, estrogen has a significant impact on the cardiovascular system. They stimulate the autonomic function, due to which the frequency of muscle contraction, respiration is normalized. Lack of estrogen leads to a violation of these functions.
Diseases can also provoke tachycardia:
- heart failure,
- heart defects,
- endocarditis, etc.
And also some factors:
- physical exercise,
- medication effects
- use of alcohol, nicotine, caffeine.
Since there are many causes of tachycardia, it must be diagnosed under the supervision of a competent specialist.
Tachycardia with menopause is accompanied by the following symptoms:
- high pulse rate
- there is a ripple in the chest and neck,
- weakness in the whole body
- fast fatigue
- panic attack.
Tachycardia in women with menopause can manifest itself in varying degrees. It often requires first aid during an attack, for this you need to take the following measures:
- If a woman feels that she is ill, it is recommended to call someone to help and lie down.
- It is necessary to calm down and breathe deeply, open the collar, open the window.
- The patient can be offered to drink Corvalol or Valerian tincture.
- To relieve an attack, you can put a cold compress on the forehead, wetting a towel.
- Relieving the condition helps cough, you need to try to cough hard.
If the attack does not go away for a long time, there is pain in the heart, or the patient loses consciousness, emergency care should be called. If the attack has passed in a few minutes, you should see a doctor in the near future.
Therapy for tachycardia with menopause complex. First of all, you need to revise your lifestyle, eliminate alcohol, caffeine from the diet. It is also recommended to do breathing exercises, yoga, meditation to learn how to relax. If tachycardia occurs during physical work or active training, you need to stop, relax and calm down.
If the cause of the pathology becomes a lack of estrogen, then hormone replacement therapy will help. For prescribing the patient, it is recommended that the patient contact her endocrinologist with her complaints. The doctor will schedule an examination and, if necessary, prescribe medicines.
Do not neglect the approach to the cardiologist, as the cause of tachycardia during menopause may be heart disease. It so happens that the disease manifests itself only during menopause, but it is not associated with it, it is just a coincidence. When the pathology of the heart will require specific treatment.
To prevent the development of tachycardia during menopause, it is recommended to observe the following preventive measures:
- When menopause occurs, a woman should think about a regular examination by a cardiologist, even if she has not experienced heart disease. The best prevention of tachycardia - timely diagnosis of cardiac pathologies.
- It is necessary to engage in sports, lead an active lifestyle in order to strengthen the cardiovascular system.
- It is recommended to eat properly and in a balanced way.
- Alcohol and caffeine should be eliminated from the diet.
- It is recommended to get enough sleep and avoid stress.
Climax is not a sentence, but a happy time for every woman. During this period, you can relax, dedicate time to your health and appearance, your favorite hobby. Do not forget about health. Doctors recommend women to be regularly examined after menopause, then the likelihood of complications will be very small.
Causes of palpitations
To provide proper assistance, you should understand what can cause a change in the work of the heart muscle during menopause. The mechanism for the appearance of deviations is as follows:
In the body, under the influence of a decrease in estrogen, sodium and water retention begins, the bloodstream overflows and pressure increases. The rheological properties of blood are also changing in the direction of increasing viscosity.
Normal estrogen background in women of childbearing age prevents the increase in blood cholesterol and is responsible for the normalization of metabolism.
In case of violation of hormone production, the process of plaque formation starts on the inner wall of arteries. This impairs their conductivity and the possibility of a normal blood supply to the vital organs, including the heart.
Metabolism decreases and overweight occurs. The internal fatty layer promotes the accumulation of estrogen inside the cells. This compensatory mechanism helps to delay and increase their number in the body.
Lack of sleep and emotional instability also affect the frequency and rhythm of the contraction of the heart muscle.
Violations of the regulation of vegetative functions and the predominance of sympathetic impulses leads to the appearance of arrhythmia and tachycardia during menopause.
All these deviations lead to the fact that the load on the cardiovascular system increases and in order to meet the oxygen demand the heart muscles are forced to contract more and more often than before.
Provocative factors for the development of a violation of the heart in the period of extinction of sexual function in a woman are smoking, drinking alcohol, strong coffee or tea.
And if a person experiences a constant psycho-emotional stress or is forced to wear hard physically, then the probability of a problem occurring increases many times over.
Manifestations of increased rhythm
Each patient may experience a variety of symptoms during the onset of a fast heartbeat. But most often she feels:
- Dizziness, pulse beats in the area of the temples, chest and other parts of the body,
- Sometimes there is on this background the appearance of the fear of death, panic attack,
- Chest discomfort and pain in the left,
- A sense of lack of air, the inability to fill his lungs,
- At the same time, the pressure can be maintained within the normal range or increased,
- Against the background of tachycardia, the body may blush, sometimes heat comes from the middle of the chest and goes up to the head,
- In some cases, there is tremor of the limbs.
To clarify the diagnosis by a doctor it is recommended to undergo a full gynecological examination. A significant role is played by studies that help determine the hormonal activity of the genital organs. Rhythm disturbances are recorded by electrocardiogram removal.
The basics of treatment in traditional medicine consist in taking medications, such groups of drugs are usually used:
Drugs that contain estrogen. Reducing them in the body of a woman is the main cause of increased heart rate during menopause. (Currently, doctors recommend Femoston, Proginovu, Angelik).
Sometimes experts insist on combination therapy (estrogen with progesterone, estrogen with androgens). It is not recommended to be treated with such agents on their own, they are used only after testing for hormones and are prescribed individually.
In some cases, homeopathic and natural remedies containing phytoestrogens help to stop the attacks, compensating for the insufficient production of hormones and the symptoms of pathological menopause. This drugs Qi-Klim, Remens, Klimaksan.
Removal of arrhythmia as a symptom is carried out with the help of beta-blockers. Usually used for this Atenolol, Bisoprolol, Carvedilol. They reduce the heart rate by reducing the effect of beta receptors in conducting an impulse.
Sometimes helps extract Valerian pills or Motherwort. They should be drunk for a long time. Sedatives help to relieve irritability during menopause, improve sleep, eliminate the excessive influence of the sympathetic nervous system on the heart muscle, relieve fear and anxiety.
In the case when there are changes in the myocardium, means are used that help to improve the metabolism of myocardiocytes (Mildronate) or Cardioton Vitamins.
Additional methods that help with the phenomena of menopause and tachycardia, are natural remedies. Among them there are many plants that are produced by pharmaceutical companies in the form of tinctures or tablets.
Many women are helped by the regular intake of the infusion of sage, which has the ability to remove most of the negative manifestations of menopause. This occurs as a result of the receipt, along with a decoction of the herb, estrogen-like substances.
To prepare the means, two small spoons of crushed dry raw material are taken and poured with a glass of boiling water. You can ingest up to three cups per day. The duration of treatment is one month, and then a monthly break should be taken.
Collection of relaxing herbs.
You can use the charges soothing herbs that have a positive effect on the nervous system and can calm the heart rate with increased pulsation.
In equal proportions should take anise, licorice, violet and calendula. Two and a half large spoons are poured half a liter of boiling water, and insist three hours. It is taken three times a day (one portion - 100 ml). It helps to normalize pressure, improve mood and relieve heart attack.
To improve the condition of the heart and blood vessels can be with the help of hawthorn. A decoction of its fruits should be taken in one third of a glass three times a day, 20 minutes before meals. For brewing, take one tablespoon of raw materials per cup of boiling water, insist two hours and drink regularly.
Against the background of the primary treatment, you should follow some recommendations to improve well-being:
- It is necessary to observe some restrictions in food (to remove salty, fried, smoked, alcohol and coffee from the diet),
- To keep track of weight, since during menopause not only a sharp set, but also a sharp decrease in body weight, adversely affects,
- Sleep at least 7-8 hours a day,
- Do exercises, yoga, walk in the fresh air.
Changes in the heart during menopause
Violations of the hormonal cycle provoke a lack of some and an overabundance of other trace elements. It can affect the heart in different ways:
- in the form of hypertension or pressure reduction,
- in the form of a narrowing or expansion of blood vessels in the region of the heart,
- exacerbation of any chronic diseases that have ever been in humans.
This syndrome develops due to irregularities in the work of the heart, caused by changes in the hormonal background and metabolism of the woman:
- Changes in the chemical composition of the blood, which is caused by the excess of sodium salts in the lymph and an excess of cholesterol. Because of this, the blood becomes more viscous and requires additional efforts of the heart when it is pumped.
- The psycho-emotional factor influences the work of the vascular system: hormonal changes provoke bouts of irritability, fear, stress, which speeds up the heartbeat.
- Taking hormonal and age-related changes into account, the vascular walls become more rigid and there appear deposits that impede blood flow. Hence, hypertension and tachycardia.
- With a decrease in the intensity of the release of sex hormones, the body replaces them with lipids, which are deposited in the form of a fat layer. Excess weight makes the heart work harder.
- The syndrome occurs against the background of tumor formation in the adrenal glands.
In addition to the main reasons, tachycardia occurs on the background of a number of associated health problems:
- frequent bleeding, especially uterine,
- diabetes mellitus
- atrial fibrillation
First of all, during exacerbation of symptoms, pressure and pulse will increase significantly, whereas normally, in 50-55 years, the maximum values should be 140/90 at 80 beats per minute.
Due to the decrease in the proportion of oxygen entering the heart, the patient may encounter:
- bouts of dizziness,
- panic attacks,
- feeling stuffy
- excessive sweating
- redness of the skin.
Due to the decrease in the intervals of rest between beats, the heart muscle does not receive proper relaxation. Because of this, there are often chest pains.
Also tachycardia during menopause is characterized by:
- visible pulsation of the veins in the neck and temporal lobe of the head,
- shortness of breath
- difficulties in maintaining balance,
- hot flashes coming to the head and chest,
- hand tremor.
Typically, treatment is carried out in a complex and is designed not only to combat tachycardia - a comorbid pathology, but also with manifestations of menopause - the main problem. Therefore, at the same time can be appointed:
- heart drugs
- hormonal medications,
- mineral complexes.
The appointment of specific drugs is carried out by a cardiologist depending on the form of tachycardia:
To reduce the effects of menopause are taken sedativesdrugs. These include Divina, Klimara, Femoston and others.
To normalize the pressure, reduce the load on the vascular system fit beta blockers: Atenolol, Concor, Esmolol, Egilok. Popularity gaining modern development that helps with tachycardia - Nebivolol and Carvedilol.
Useful for restoring blood circulation and improving myocardial function antioxidant complexes: Mexicor, Preductal.
Equally beneficial to the heart system are sodium penetration blockers: Allapinin, Ritmonorm.
During menopause, women at risk of tachycardia should be monitored for blood tests and hormone levels monitored. The lack of estrogen is compensated phytomedication based on sage, rosemary, mint, boron uterus.
In some cases, tachycardia causes hyperthyroidism - a dysfunction of the thyroid gland. This pathology is treated by an endocrinologist, as a result of which both tachycardia and general manifestations of menopause are reduced.
Against the background of professional treatment, home remedies can also be helpful as an adjuvant therapy. However, their reception should be coordinated with the attending specialist.
To improve the condition, you can use a decoction of hawthorn. It is prepared very simply:
- fruits are filled with boiling water,
- insist for ten minutes
- means is drunk with the addition of honey.
The most effective treatment regimen is to take the remedy three times a day after meals instead of tea or coffee drink. Rosehip tea is an excellent alternative to the above remedy.
Another remedy is a tincture of lemons. To prepare should:
- put 500 grams of lemon slices in a jar,
- a bowl of fruit, pour honey over it to completely cover the lemons,
- You can add a few drops of oil based on apricot kernels.
The tool is taken before meals twice a day. It is great for tachycardia and improves digestion.
Another option is a decoction of several ingredients, mixed in equal parts and brewed for 15 minutes in the proportion of half a tablespoon per 250 ml of boiling water. The composition of the funds should include:
- Melissa stalk,
- dog-rose fruit,
The tincture can be drunk at any time when the condition worsens.
Palpitations during menopause
The correct work of the heart is displayed on all organs and functions of the human body. It represents alternating tension and relaxation of the heart muscle. The voltage phase is responsible for the rush and outflow of blood, as well as for the supply of oxygen to all tissues and organs. During relaxation, the organ rests and is prepared for the next contraction.
Each of the stages of his work has its own duration and frequency. Violation of one of them entails disruptions of the whole organism. As a result of the lack of proper rest of the heart muscle and the high speed of its work, there can be a general deterioration of the woman’s well-being.
The work of the heart during menopause is most often accelerated, which is called "tachycardia." There may also be other violations in his work.
The effect of hormones on the heart
Not only the work of the heart, but also the degree of its saturation with oxygen depends on the amount of estrogen produced. This hormone is responsible for the coordinated work of the nervous system, which in turn is displayed on the work of the respiratory organs, intestinal tract and stomach, as well as the heart rhythm itself. With its deficiency, the arteries narrow, which lead to the heart muscle, and with an excess - expansion, which is also negatively displayed on the circulatory system.
Symptoms of tachycardia can occur for various reasons. During this period, a woman undergoes a serious restructuring of the body, which becomes the cause of the “going out” of all chronic diseases. So if previously there were failures in the thyroid gland, then menopause can aggravate this pathology with the subsequent development of tachycardia.
Heart palpitations can be caused by excessive consumption of caffeinated beverages, increased body temperature, anemia, and other causes that, in combination with menopause, increase their effects on the body.
Causes of tachycardia
Menopause is characterized by a decrease in hormonal activity, since sex hormones produce less gestagens and estrogens. This period also affects heart activity. Namely:
- The main function of the heart is to pump blood, but during menopause, its composition changes. Sodium ions start to dominate in the lymph, which lead to fluid retention. At the same time, the volume of blood itself and the degree of its viscosity increase due to the fact that reduced hormone production contributes to the accumulation of cholesterol.
- Decreased conductivity of blood vessels. If earlier the vessels had high elasticity, then with age and for other reasons their shell becomes thinner and less elastic, and deposits accumulate on their walls. All these changes contribute to an increase in blood pressure, which leads to tachycardia.
- Change emotional background. During a hormonal failure, emotional disturbances occur, the woman may become irritable or frightened for no apparent reason. Abrupt changes in emotions adversely affect the work of the heart, affecting the frequency of its contractions.
- The appearance of excess weight. A decrease in sex hormones causes a set of extra pounds. So the female body responds to changes in ovarian function, increasing the number of lipid cells instead of hormones. Fat deposits, in turn, adversely affect the work of the heart, increasing its load.
Symptoms of tachycardia
Climacteric tachycardia has the same symptoms as those caused for other reasons. You can notice violations in the work of the heart by the following factors:
- A sharp increase in heart rate,
- Growing sense of fear of death
- Shortness of breath that occurs even in a calm state
- Feeling of tightness in the chest,
Such symptoms of problems with heart activity are activated during physical or emotional activity and decrease after resting. If these signs do not pass, but on the contrary, are accompanied by an increase in pressure, it is important to immediately contact an ambulance.
Ways to treat tachycardia with menopause
Tachycardia, developing on the background of menopause, requires special attention and timely treatment. It is important not only to eliminate all the symptoms, but also to minimize the risk of complications. The treatment regimen can only be determined by a specialist, given the current state of the woman, the specifics of her health and other factors. In general, the following types of medications are prescribed:
- Sedatives to help minimize symptoms.
- Preparations based on antioxidants, aimed at restoring the work of the myocardium, as well as improving the blood circulation process itself.
- Beta-blockers, whose action is to normalize heart rate and blood pressure.
All these drugs have their indications and contraindications that must be considered before their direct appointment. To achieve the maximum effect of therapy, the doctor may prescribe these drugs in combination with hormonal drugs.
Tachycardia attacks that were caused by menopause can be reduced by relaxation and relaxation. It is useful during this period to engage in breathing exercises, yoga and other relaxation techniques. It is also important to give up bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol. Instead of strong tea and coffee, it is better to include hawthorn and rosehip decoctions in your diet.
What drugs can be prescribed
First aid during an attack can have valerian and motherwort, the actions of these plants are aimed at normalizing the work of the nervous system and heart rhythm. Acceptance of these medicinal plants leads to a decrease in blood pressure, eliminates the feeling of fear and anxiety, helps to relax and normalize sleep patterns. You can take them both in therapeutic and prophylactic purposes.
The symptoms of menopause can be reduced by taking the active complex "Nervo-Vit", which combines ascorbic acid and the collection of medicinal herbs that have a sedative effect.
To strengthen the heart and improve its work, the doctor may recommend taking "Cardioton." These vitamins of natural origin are also prescribed for heart defects and after a heart attack or stroke, because they have a sedative effect, dilate blood vessels and normalize the heart rhythm.
To increase the resistance of tissues, reduce sugar, and also as a prevention of tachycardia, the complex “Dihydroquercetin +” can be prescribed. It consists of natural antioxidants and vitamins, which in the complex have a beneficial effect on the female body.
During menopause, hormones decrease, therefore, hormone replacement therapy is appropriate. A valuable product proved to be the drone brood, which not only restores the amount of hormones, but also generally has a beneficial effect on the entire body.
Tachycardia, which occurs during menopause, can be avoided if you adjust your lifestyle, diet and time correctly to use the knowledge gained about the sources of the necessary hormones and vitamins.
Tachycardia during menopause
When the activity of the ovaries gradually stops, less estrogen, progestin and other hormones are produced. The heart muscle responds physiologically to the change, and tachycardia occurs in women, and arterial pressure jumps. Arrhythmia in menopause is a sign of menopause, and not a single disease.
Treatment of tachycardia during menopause
If the violation of the rhythmicity of the contractions is associated with menopause, the doctor prescribes cardiopreparations, hormonal drugs, sedatives, multivitamin and mineral complexes. With their help, the work of the heart is corrected, provoking factors are eliminated - lack of estrogen, nervous excitability, non-conductive blood vessels and so on.
Tachycardia is classified into sinus, ventricular and atrial. Only a doctor can determine the type; therefore, all medical preparations, including those that eliminate arrhythmia, are prescribed by a cardiologist. Properly chosen medicine that corresponds to the type of arrhythmia, increases its effectiveness, accelerates the effects of substances, reduces heartbeat. When menopause treatment with other medicines prescribed in the case when the pathology is detected.
Sedatives prevent the acute manifestation of menopausal symptoms, against which tachycardia occurs - nervousness, bouts of fear, hot flashes, and so on:
From herbal medicines for this purpose apply:
- motherwort, mint, hawthorn, valerian.
To regulate blood pressure and heart rate, to restore its contractile function, doctors prescribe beta-blockers:
- Concor (bisoprolol),
The third generation of selective beta1-blockers include Nebivolol and Carvedilol. Drugs eliminate tachycardia.
At the same time, agents with antioxidants, which improve myocardial function, are credited with coronary circulation:
- Vitrum Forte Q10,
- Vitrum cardio,
- Asparks and other drugs.
Restores the rhythm of heart contractions, blood flow, blood pressure and Na-channel blocker - Flekainid, Allapinin, Quinidine, Ritmodan, Ritmonorm, Mexarhythm, Novocainomide and other means.
Combined therapy for tachycardia
It is recommended to donate blood more often to control hormone levels. The analysis is useful when a doctor selects estrogen-containing herbal products. If tachycardia with menopause arises due to a lack of this substance in the body, it is prescribed to take sage, boron uterus, shepherd's purse, lemon balm, rosemary and other herbal remedies.
When tachycardias are recommended daily walks in the fresh air, exercise therapy. Physical activity has a positive effect on the nervous system, and light loads strengthen the heart and blood vessels.
To lower cholesterol, normalize blood pressure, you must follow the Pevsner diet (table number 10). The use of vegetable and berry juices, broth hips and hawthorn accelerates the treatment of tachycardia. Excluded from the diet:
- yeast dough products,
- fat meat,
It is recommended to replace sugar with honey, reduce the consumption of sweets. More eat fresh fruits, raw vegetables, cereals. Products should contain many vitamins of group B, folic and ascorbic acid, potassium, magnesium, zinc, calcium and other useful substances.
In the absence of adequate drug support, on the background of tachycardia, heart failure, extrasystole, and ischemia can develop. And self-medication only aggravates the situation, causing other complications. In order to prevent arrhythmias, it is advisable to give up bad habits, eat fully and follow all the instructions of the cardiologist.
Symptoms and signs of menopause
Long before the onset of the initial signs of menopause, precursors of menopause are defined (sexually transmitted diseases):
- difficulties in carrying and conceiving,
- dysfunction cycles.
Previously carried out diseases adversely affect the menopause. Its signs include hot flashes, excitability, lack of menstruation and dizziness. Hot flashes are associated with a sensation of heat, sweating, hyperemia, tachycardia, and loss of consciousness. Their duration may be several minutes.
Sometimes it is necessary to correct the course of menopause with medications. The symptoms of pathological menopause include obesity and rapid mass gain, ischemia, angina, hypertension, body pain, vaginal discharge.
A late sign of menopause is osteoporosis, the prevention of which is carried out with hormones and diet.
Age when menopause begins in women
The specific age range of the onset of menopause is not defined. Basically, its onset is observed at the age of 48-51 years. Age of menopause may depend on heredity, comorbidities, social conditions of life, psychological factor.
The onset of menopause can be delayed. what is the use of medication correction fortifying and hormonal drugs, a rational diet, the use of folk remedies, physical education, physiotherapy.
When the first symptoms of menopause occur before 40 years, it is necessary to undergo an examination. Allocate acquired and inherited causes.
Genetic causes of early menopause include damage to the female X chromosome, ovarian dysfunction under the influence of the X chromosome, etc.
Acquired causes include hormonal and gynecological diseases, obesity. exhaustion, chemotherapy.
Early menopause is dangerous due to the appearance of signs of aging (loose and wrinkled skin, pigment spots, weight gain), the risk of oncological, hormonal and metabolic diseases.
Pain during menopause
Pain is the protection of the body, the sources of which can be pathological and physiological changes in the body. Physiological processes occur during short-term vascular spasms, spontaneous nerve impulses, age-related dystrophies. Pathological processes are the result of inflammation of internal organs, injuries and hyperplasias.
Pain is characterized by spontaneity, regularity, and lack of obvious causes.
In the presence of vaginal discharge or from the nipples of the breast, should consult a specialist for the study of tumors or tumors in the body.
When climax discharge occurs in the form:
- transudate (detected in non-inflammatory diseases),
- exudate (determined by inflammation).
The exudate contains many proteins, and it has a mucous structure, and the transudate is a filtrate, a watery liquid.
The bleeding that occurs after the end of the cycle is triggered by vascular damage in the mucous membranes of the birth canal.
The presence of yellow secretions may indicate infections in the birth canal, allergies, hormonal changes. Additional symptoms may include: temperature stability, itching, hot flashes, dryness or sweating.
Watery discharge is an indicator of fluid accumulation in the birth canal.
Blood drafts symbolize the presence of tumors, inflammatory disorders.
White discharge becomes a sign of thrush.
To determine the causes of discharge, you need to conduct mycological and gynecological examination, consult an endocrinologist, oncologist, dermatologist, and mycologist.
The duration of menstruation is determined by the hormonal system. Long periods determine chronic inflammation or the presence of scars in the muscular layer of the uterus, hormonal disturbance.
Climax can be delayed in the early stages. When treating it, hormone replacement therapy is used to replenish certain hormones. But such treatment has limitations (cardiovascular disorders, diseases of the excretory and digestive system, endometriosis).
To prevent various complications of the climacteric period, doctors prescribe hormone replacement drugs. Indeed, they help a woman to survive this difficult period, but to prevent the development of osteoporosis, they are not enough. Therefore, experts recommend taking drugs containing silicon, which prevents the destruction of bone tissue and increases the elasticity of bones. For example, as an additional source of nutrients, Filwell drops containing silicon in the form of orthosilicic acid (OCC) that can be easily absorbed by the body can be used. The product also includes L-carnitine, due to the connection with which OCC long-term retains its activity and is easily absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract.
With the help of a diet, the body's needs are replenished for carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins and fiber. Proteins and fats are found in lean beef, chicken, sea fish, eggs, dairy products, nuts, legumes, etc. Fiber and carbohydrates are found in fruits, vegetables, greens, and cereals.
In addition to these nutrients, the products contain minerals, vitamins and biologically active substances.
The use of folk remedies in the treatment of menopause
1. Treatment with Caucasian Dioscorea
Caucasian Dioscorea is similar to a liana, reaching up to 5 m in height. But in our country it does not grow. It is necessary to use a plant for 14 days. This medicine normalizes hormones, soothes the nerves, eliminates noise, etc.
This medicine is prepared as follows: squeezed beet juice and diluted in an equal ratio of water or carrot juice. Gradually, you can switch to the use of pure juice, reducing the dosage of water.
If there is an ache in the bones, you need to roll the lemons in a meat grinder with the peel, take 5 eggs, peel them and crush the shell to powder. Both components are mixed and infused for 7 days. The composition should be taken 3 times a day for a tablespoon for 30 days.
4. Herbal baths
Climax will pass faster if you take a bath of the following herbs: yarrow, calamus root, oregano, thyme, pine buds, wormwood and sage. All herbs are crushed and mixed until smooth. In three liters of water it is necessary to brew 10 tablespoons of the mixture and add this infusion to the bath. The duration of the bath is 10 minutes.
5. Use of massage of biologically active points for suppression of tides.
Smooth, circular rotation of the finger pads should be deepened into the skin of the fingers. At the same time at each point should be delayed up to 1.5 minutes. Such procedures are carried out for 1-2 weeks. But we must remember that such a massage can not be done with polyps, tumors and myomas. In total, there are 5 points in Chinese massage.
1 точка: ладонь ложится на колено, пальцы нужно прижать к голени. Средний палец располагается на необходимой точке.
2 точка находится на стороне большого пальца около внешнего края локтевой складки при согнутой руке.
3 point: the hand lies on the inner region of the leg, and the little finger is located above the protrusion of the ankle. The fingers are closed. The point is located in the middle of the lower leg, slightly above the index finger.
4 point is located on the inside of the wrist in the area of the little finger.
5 point: on the inside of the forearm are 3 fingers. Ring finger corresponds to the crease that forms when the wrist is bent. This point is located above the index finger in the middle of the forearm.
6. Treatment with the April birch
For 200 grams of water you need about 30 leaves. The leaves need to pour boiling water and insist six hours. The glass is divided into three parts, one of which should be drunk in the morning, the second at lunch time and the last at night. The treatment is carried out for two weeks, after which a break is taken.
In the treatment of menopause, you can use birch buds. For this you need to collect and dry the kidneys. In 500 grams of vodka infused about 5 tablespoons of the collection during the month. The medicine must be taken throat 30 minutes before eating in the morning, at lunch and in the evening.
7. Herbal treatments
The following herbs will help in the treatment of menopause: motherwort, fragrant wood, hawthorn flowers, marshweed, blackberry leaves. Proportions - 20/20/10/15/25 grams. All herbs are ground and mixed. After that, you can brew and drink tea as a tea for 1.5 weeks.
To improve the mixture, you can add 15 grams of mistletoe leaves. But this tea will need to be taken about a liter a day. This will calm the nerves and normalize the work of the heart.
The most interesting news
What happens in the body during menopause?
Without exaggeration, we can say that all female life from birth to old age is influenced by the hormone estrogen. He is responsible for ensuring that a woman fulfills her main purpose - gave birth to children. He makes the figure feminine, the skin is beautiful and supple, the nerves are strong, and the heart is hardy. Statistics show that in the active working-age men suffer mainly from heart problems. And all because in the female body there is a powerful defender - estrogen. It regulates fat metabolism, water-salt balance and most of the other important processes.
And now comes the moment when its production begins to decline. It pulls a lot of negative consequences for which a woman needs to be prepared. One of them - tachycardia with menopause. The whole climacteric period is divided into three stages:
- Premenopausal, when there are failures in the menstrual cycle. This is a difficult period for a woman, she begins to feel ailments associated with the disruption of the work of many organs and systems, whose work is dependent on estrogen and its components.
- Menopause. At this time, menstruation has already stopped, but the restructuring of the body continues.
- Postmenopause is a condition in which a woman will stay until the end of her life. If she correctly passes the previous two (following the advice of a doctor), then with the end of the menopause, painful syndromes will also end.
The quality of life during the first two stages depends largely on the individual characteristics of the organism, the strength and duration of various syndromes and how closely a woman treats herself.
Treatment of tachycardia during menopause
On how carefully and attentively the woman will treat her condition during menopause, her future health depends. To tachycardia did not leave the consequences in the form of coronary heart disease, hypertension and other disorders of the heart, it must be treated. Prescribe therapy can only doctor after determining the type of tachycardia. If there are frequent bouts of extrasystole (arrhythmia), they can lead to the development of paroxysmal tachycardia, and this is a very dangerous syndrome. The best result brings a comprehensive treatment.
From the diet should be excluded any foods that are irritating to the body - spicy foods, caffeine, alcohol. Nutritionists talk about seven "magic" products, "saving" women during menopause:
- Whole grain breads. Cereal in large quantities contain phytoestrogens, which will help support hormonal levels, which will positively affect the work of the heart
- Soy is an indispensable component of the diet for a woman who has overstepped 40 years of age. In addition to phytoestrogens, it is rich in minerals and vitamins.
- Dairy products that contain calcium. During menopause, the female body suffers a huge loss of this mineral.
- Fish is a source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamin D, trace elements and protein.
- Vegetables as a source of vitamins. Especially useful are tomatoes (cherry tomatoes), zucchini, cabbage, pumpkin, green beans, broccoli, beets and greens.
- Fruits, like vegetables, will replenish vitamins and minerals. Apples strengthen the heart muscle and reduce cholesterol. Pears are a source of antioxidants, strawberries prevent heart and vascular diseases. The same applies to cherry, raspberry and black currant.
- And finally, the universal medicine - honey.
Of course, in addition to these seven kinds of foods, there should be meat and cereals in the diet.
Medication and Exercise
To eliminate nervousness and panic attacks, sedatives are prescribed. They help reduce hot flashes - the most unpleasant symptom of menopause. Such drugs include Klimara, Divina, Proginova, Corvalol and others.
To normalize blood pressure and heart rhythm, beta-blockers are used: Atenolol, Propranolol, Egilok, Concor. It is impossible to do without the treatment of vitamin complexes. Especially for women in the period of menopause are Vitrum Cardio, Essentiale, Asparkam, Omakor and others. Among the anti-arrhythmic drugs in demand are Novocainamide, Ritmonorm, Allapinin and some other drugs that block sodium channels.
Among traditional medicine remedies, infusions and decoctions of sage, boron uterus, lemon balm, rosemary, shepherd's bag are the most effective.
Absolutely indispensable for the preservation of heart health, moderate exercise and physical therapy. They strengthen the heart muscle, improve blood circulation and, of course, elevate mood.
If you are constantly worried about the symptoms of tachycardia, be sure to engage in its treatment. After all, menopause is not a reason to put an end to female life. Fortunately, perestroika syndromes end sooner or later, new meanings appear in life, and it again becomes beautiful and amazing.
Why does tachycardia occur during menopause and how to get rid of it?
The restructuring of the female body and the depression of the function of the sex glands during menopause is often accompanied by various symptoms of distress. Hot flashes, increased sweating, headaches and joint pains, mood swings, depression and insomnia occur during this time.
One of the typical manifestations of menopause is a violation of the heart. Women complain of a heartbeat during menopause, with the simultaneous appearance of fear, lack of air.