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Menopause and preserving essence in Chinese medicine

Menopause Many women experience uncomfortable emotional and physical symptoms during menopause. It is the time when a woman’s menses gradually pauses. Many symptoms may accompany this time including hot flashes, mood swings, depression, insomnia, thinning of bones, skin, and vaginal walls. Menopause is a profound time of change. Women may change through this menopausal time.…

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Fertility – Preconception Care

Preconception care The Garden of life for fertility Preconception care is the improving your health with the view to plan a pregnancy. Planning a pregnancy is like planning to start a garden. We spend time nourishing the soil, digging it up, removing rocks and weeds. This is to get the garden ready to plant seeds for the right conditions…

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No! Period Pain is not Normal

Relieve period pain naturally Do you suffer from period pain? Do you feel exhausted, curled up with hot packs. Or do you take medication each month to keep period pain at bay? Period pain is not normal. Pain before, during or after the menstrual period is suffered by many many women. I suffered it myself for years. Memories…

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Menopause naturally with Chinese medicine

Experiencing the change As we travel towards menopause, the cessation of our menstrual cycle, we may experience certain symptoms like how flushes, night sweats, weight gain, missed periods, light periods or very heavy periods. Some women have extreme emotional changes, or experience vaginal dryness, difficulty sleeping and great thirst. Every woman is unique and their…

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How to restore your health post labour

Some of the symptoms a woman may experience post birth include loss of appetite, exhaustion, poor digestion, insufficient breast milk production, sleep deprivation, poor memory and depression. How can this be avoided? Steps for recovery after childbirth Ask friends and family to help out: whether it is to look after other children or to cook…

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