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Herbal Remedy – St. John’s Wart (also known as goat weed) has proven to be an affective antidepressant in reversing feelings of depression which many menopausal women experience.
•Abnormal Hair Growth – Abnormal hair growth (also called hirsuitism) is perhaps one of most embarrassing symptoms for women suffering from menopause. Abnormal hair growth can occur anywhere, although above upper lip is usually a common target.
Herbal Remedy – Saw Palmetto (also known as Serenoa repens or windmill palm) is used for treating men with enlarged prostates as well as for women who are experiencing abnormal hair growth during menopause.
Menopause is a difficult time for every woman, but every woman must face it at some point. Approaching menopause with a positive attitude has been proven to reduce likeliness of some menopausal symptoms like depression and anxiety. Researching remedies and treatments is best way to prepare for this stage of your life. This way, when it does happen, you’re aware of what to expect and best ways to deal with it.
Caren Killtral has spent several years learning all she can to help not only her own symptoms, but other women going through menopause as well. She works as a contributing editor for http://www.menopauseinsight.com – a site that offers information about menopause symptoms.