Nervous system disorders give us the most uncomfortable symptoms: headaches, nervousness, insomnia, anxiety, emotional disorder and often depression. The nervous system has an important role in controlling the physical and mental activities of our body. Whenever there is a chemical imbalance in the body, our mental and emotional state begins to deteriorate. This occurs particularly during the perimenopause and menopause period.
What are the symptoms of perimenopause anxiety?
Anxiety attacks are extremely common in menopausal women. They often come with hot flashes, night sweats and nervousness. Other symptoms of perimenopause anxiety are: agitation, insomnia and palpitations.
Perimenopause anxiety natural treatment
Certain herbs have been endowed by God with exceptional analgesic properties. Tension and stress caused by menopause can be corrected and kept under control with herbal tea.
1. Linden tea for anxiety and obesity
Infusion of linden flowers stimulates the nervous system, soothing the tension, nervousness, high stress, headaches, insomnia and digestive disorders caused by nervous disorders, such as abdominal cramping, indigestion or even ulcer.
Linden tea is also recommended for obesity. To combat fattening, drink combined linden tea, 1-2 cups a day before meals. Linden tea decreases the appetite and digestive secretions. Moreover, this remedy reduces the stress that often causes excessive appetite, especially cravings for sweets and eating foods rich in fat.
2. Sheppard’s purse tea for menopause
At menopause, when hormonal disturbances occur – hot flashes, night sweats, palpitations and uterine bleeding it is highly recommended to drink 2 cups of this tea per day. The treatment lasts 4 weeks followed by a break period of 3 weeks. The cure can be resumed after the break. In menopausal disorder, breast and uterine fibroids on can also take Sheppard’s purse powder – one teaspoon on an empty stomach, 4 times a day.
3. Daffodil tea
For menopausal women, it is recommended to drink 2 cups of daffodil tea per day. Prepare it from 2 teaspoons of daffodil petals and a cup of boiled water. Infuse it for 10 minutes. This tea calms the nerves and eases the sigh.
4. Herbal tea mix I
• a pinch of valerian, 3-4 St. John’s wort flowers, a pinch of basil, a pinch of clove, the juice and zest from one lemon and a liter of water.
5. Herbal tea mix II
• Marjoram, chamomile, lemon balm and lavender. Use one teaspoon of each plant for a liter of water. Drink this tea 3 times per day, especially during strong anxiety attacks. This tea is a fabulous soothing remedy for panic and anxiety attacks, irritability, hypertension and insomnia.
Other soothing herbs for menopause anxiety:
• Chamomile, mistletoe, hyssop, pigweed, rosemary, lady slipper
Perimenopause anxiety diet
Anxious people need to be careful about their diet too. One of the most common causes of anxiety is a diet low in minerals and vitamins. It is therefore recommended:
– 400 mg of Calcium per day
– 200 mg of Magnesium per day to regulate and balance hormonal activity of chemicals involved in the proper functioning of the nervous system
– Vitamin B complex – 50 g per day
– Vegetables and fruits
Avoid artificially sweetened products, coffee and other caffeinated drinks.
Note: This information does not replace medical advice. Do not use this information for self-diagnosis or self-treatment.