Good Supplements for
In the evening
MEDICATIONS — Take your medications in a consistent manner according to your doctor’s advice.
EXERCISE: — Exercise. Get at least 30 minutes of moderately intense exercise on most and preferably all days, 60 to 90 minutes if you need to lose weight.
EMOTIONS OR Other Complementary Treatments — Practice Guided Imagery to control Stress and pain. “Imagery provides a way to communicate with your subconscious mind. When you "see" an image in your mind it is a collaboration between your conscious and subconscious. Your image is formed from your own memories and experiences. Imagery is like a personalized, guided dream with emotions.” — Don't smoke. Use nicotine replacement products if needed to stop. — Blood pressure and cholesterol. Keep these under control with medicine if needed. Keep LDL or bad cholesterol under 100 if at high risk of heart disease and under 70 if at very high risk. — Aspirin. Daily use is already urged for women at high risk. The last is controversial. Aspirin is recommended now to prevent heart disease in men 45 and older; but in women, a large study found it prevented heart disease only for those 65 and older. However, you must investigate this thoroughly with your physician before supplementing with aspirin.
ALWAYS USE baths, essential oils, hydrosols, dietary supplements and anything that you can possibly think of that will help with your condition. Read! Read magazines, books and only the best common sense information.
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DISCLAIMER: This work is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for accurate diagnosis and treatment by a qualified health care professional. Dosages are often not given, as that is a matter between you and your health care provider. The author is neither a chemist nor a medical doctor. The content herein is the product of research and some personal and practical experience. Institute of Aromatic & Herbal Studies - Jeanne Rose©
Millions of women stopped taking menopause hormones after a landmark study several years ago found the pills raised the risk of heart problems and breast cancer. A new study in Circulation gives hope that skin patches may prove safer in one key respect.
A French study found that women, aged 45 to 70, taking estrogen pills were four times more likely to suffer a blood clot than women getting it through a patch or not taking estrogen at all. Hormone Therapy Adds to Brain Shrinkage. Two new studies show that forms of postmenopausal hormone therapy may slightly accelerate the loss of brain tissue in women 65 and older beyond what normally occurs with aging. Previous studies showed that hormone therapy in the form of conjugated equine (horse) estrogens (CEEs, also called PMU or pregnant mare’s urine)[horse urine], with or without added progestin, increased the likelihood that older women would have difficulty with thinking skills and memory and experience dementia or cognitive impairment. Because these drugs are known to increase women’s risk for strokes, it had been wrongly assumed that these drugs adversely affected women’s memory by increasing the rates of “silent strokes” and brain lesions “humans were probably not meant to stay young forever”. … 13/01/2009
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