The manifestations that appear recurrently in menopause are referred to as post menopausal syndrome. Hot flashes, Poor sleep, Genitourinary symptoms/sexual dysfunction, and mood changes are the most ordinary post menopausal syndrome symptoms seen among women. Post menopause begins once a woman has officially surpassed menopause 12 months after her last period. Somewhere between ages 45 and 55, the average age of menopause lies.
The natural hormone estrogen is essential for maintaining health throughout a woman’s body. And it does play a crucial part in the female reproductive system. Hormonal balance regulates a major part of menstruation and its several phases. The body’s major systems can be influenced by a decline in estrogen. For instance, it has an optimistic effect on the inner layer of the artery wall, thus having an impact on the cardiovascular system. Osteoporosis is a condition that compels the bone to become brittle and weak due to the lack of estrogen which comes as an after-effect of post menopausal syndrome . The thinning of the urethra lining and weakening of the pelvic muscles may occur due to lower amounts of estrogen in the body which can increase the risk of bladder leakage, urinary tract infections, and other urogynecology problems.
When it comes to sexuality, estrogen helps retain the natural lubrication in the walls of the vagina. The vaginal tissue becomes thinner and more effortlessly irritated during sex due to lowered estrogen during menopause. Pared estrogen may diminish your metabolic rate, and it can make your body store fat instead of burning it leading to weight gain and obesity troubles.
Post menopausal health is about a lot more than ovaries and the uterus. Keeping up with yearly physical examinations or regular preventive check-ups, such as mammograms, bone density screenings, Pap smears, mole checks, and colonoscopies can be effective in a precautionary way.
Hormone therapy, Vaginal estrogen, Calcium and vitamin D supplements or other osteoporosis treatments, Vaginal lubricants, Incontinence treatments, Exercise, and Diet are some of the most familiar post menopausal syndrome treatments enclosed.
Post menopausal syndrome symptoms include:
In Ayurveda, menopause is linked with aging. Aging is a very prevailing store of life. Thus the post menopausal syndrome symptoms encountered by some women are analogous to the signs seen when the Vata dosha rises and upsets the normal equilibrium of the body. The sort of treatment depends upon the dosha in which a woman’s menopause symptoms are manifesting. Also, the causative factors can have a high impact on the present condition of the dosha. Based on the etiological factors, the dosha predominance may contrast in each person.
Hence post menopausal syndrome ayurvedic treatment should be accomplished based on the aggravated dosha. But a general line of treatment is necessary. To begin with, Shodhana chikitsa (bio-cleansing therapies) followed by Shamana chikitsa (palliative therapy) should be advocated. Afterward, Snehana (Gentle massage with medicated oils such as Mahanarayana taila, Ksheerabala taila, Mahamasha taila, Bala taila, etc) can be done. In expansion, Internal Snehana (internal oleation) with medicated ghrita (Sukumara ghrta, Mahtriphala ghrita, or Dadimadi ghrita, etc) & saindhava lavana before panchakarma (bio-cleansing procedure) should be conducted. To end with, Shirodhara, Takra Dhara, and Matra vasti with Dhanvantara taila / Sukumara ghrita can be administered.
The following yogic practices are advantageous in menopausal syndrome; Suryanamaskara, Tadasana, Katichakrasana, Vajrasana, Ushtrasana, Sarvangasana, Setubandhasana, Baddhakonasana, Pavanamuktasana, Upavishtakonasana, Merudandasn, and chalanasana. Meditations like Bhramari, Nadi shodhana, Sheetali pranayama, etc can be done.
AyurVAID has pioneered evidence-based, award-winning precision Ayurveda-based protocols for post menopausal syndrome treatment. Following the fundamental principles of Ayurveda, our physicians perform an in-depth assessment of the key symptoms and health factors of each patient to diagnose the root causes around your diet, individual constitution, lifestyle, work pattern, and genetic predisposition.
Based on the assessment, we arrive at the optimal post menopausal syndrome ayurvedic treatment protocol for Samprapti Vikhatan or breaking the etiopathogenesis, considering the extent of disease progression, risk factors, your constitution (prakriti), and the disease prognosis. This approach bridges the gap between the patient’s individualistic factors and the standard treatment protocols thereby making the therapy effective and safe.
Our whole person-centric approach will help you regain your happiest and healthiest state of life. Our rehabilitation specialists will also give you advice on ergonomics, nutrition, and lifestyle changes to help you better manage Post menopausal syndrome.
Patient centricity is at the core of the AyurVAID approach, and we have been widely recognized for our breakthrough approach. Some of them include :
According to the severity of the condition, Ayurvedic treatment for Postmenopausal syndrome can highly reduce its debilitating effects and helps to prevent further progression. Ayurveda Postmenopausal syndrome treatment helps to reverse the process, leading to a state of remission and permanent Thus Ayurveda can offer a centum cure.
After Undergoing The Ayurvedic Postmenopausal syndrome treatment you are expected to be relieved from: