Metals, instead of diamonds, as best friends of menopausal women

Menopause in oligotherapy is faced by restoring a series of substances that perform very important functions in the body and that support this particular event in women's lives on various aspects. The term menopause derives from the Greek "μήν μηνός" (month) and "παὒσις" (cessation) and corresponds to a physiological period in which the period and with it thechildbearing age. In this crucial phase for a woman's life, the ovaries they no longer produce follicles and estrogen (main female hormones). This condition causes some changes that affect the trophic aspects, metabolic, sexual e psychological, and the manifestation of disorders (symptoms) that vary depending on the person and can be more or less marked: mood disorders, sleep disturbances and depression at the psychological level, osteoporosis, hot flashes and cardiovascular diseases at the physical level.

They currently exist two trends on the use of oligo therapy: catalytic and nutritional (or supplements). Most of the remedies used in catalytic oligotherapy are metals e metalloid present in nature, and in small doses also in the human body, essential for a good functioning of our organism and whose deficiency induces physiological and structural alterations, even serious ones. Trace elements, also called trace elements, represent gods biological catalysts (i.e. regulators) which act predominantly as substances capable of accelerate chemical reactions that take place in our body. More precisely, biocatalysts also perform afilter action, allowing the acceleration of only those chemical reactions useful for the life of the organism.

THEnutritional oligotherapy instead, born from the considerations made by nutritionists on the presence of minerals in food, makes use of supplements based on mineral salts often associated with vitamins, at higher dosages than the catalytic one.


Menopause and Oligotherapy

That we are metals, mineral salts o Vitamins, the remedies used for menopause in oligotherapy support both al hormone level, both on that of remineralizzazione, but above all they intervene on the emotional sphere of the person, during this delicate period. There is often a tendency to approach menopause as if it were a chronic disease. In reality, the most frequent disorders that accompany it are of very variable intensity and in most cases can be controlled with measures based on behavior and a healthy lifestyle, and on an appropriate diet. The same can be said all the more for the risk factors of degenerative diseases that often worsen from the age of menopause: hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, hyperglycemia, overweight and the chronic diseases that can derive from them.


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Menopause and catalytic oligotherapy

The catalyst remedies used by oligotherapy for menopause are:

- Zinc-copper like regulator of the endocrine system. It is used in the treatment of growth alterations and hormonal disorders such as the so-called disorders of menopause. The usual average dosage is 1 administration per day or 3 times per week, for at least 3 initial months.

- Copper-gold-silver: is the remedy for the lack of vitality and adaptability of the organism (convalescence, outcomes of recent or remote trauma, after surgery, repetitive and slow-resolving inflammatory and infectious processes, impairment of the general state, depression). It is used effectively in the treatment of depressive syndromes associated with menopause characterized by a general attitude of renunciation e tendency to isolation and trough and in which general fatigue does not improve with rest. The posology is one dose every day or every other day, for a period of 1-2 weeks in convalescence and up to 3 months in the treatment of depression.


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Menopause and nutritional oligotherapy

The minerals and vitamins used for menopause by nutritional oligotherapy are aimed at supplementing those substances that could also be taken from the diet, but which often poor and incorrect nutrition and an inadequate lifestyle inevitably lead to their deficiency.

- Magnesium: magnesium is used for its numerous therapeutic properties: it relaxes the nervous system; acts like antidepressant, treats cardiovascular diseases; improves cell regeneration; increases theelasticity of fabrics and eliminates harmful calcifications of soft tissues and joints. This precious mineral, among the many functions exercised, stimulates the production of Serotonin, an endorphin that acts on specific receptors in the brain, carrying out analgesic, antidepressant and stabilizing action of mood. In fact, its deficiency produces depression, nervousness, anxiety, nervous tics and insomnia. In menopause, due to hormonal imbalances, significant drops in magnesium levels have been found, resulting in a depressive state, sense of inadequacy and irritability.

- Calcium: Calcium is essential for the growth and health of bones and teeth, as it ensures their density and elasticity. Fights theOsteoporosis and descaling which can occur after menopause. Football stimulates cell metabolism, the assimilation of nutrients and the production of energy. Fundamental to thebalance of the nervous system, this precious mineral lowers cholesterol, stabilizes the heart rhythm and regulates blood clotting and PH. Furthermore, at the level of mood, it balances emotions, mitigates anguish and aggression, instills self-confidence and helps overcome the fear, which a woman can feel when she loses fertility and begins to age.


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