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Dizziness and menopause

Dizziness can be a worrying symptom of the menopause

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Menopause Support can provide support to the body through all stages of the Menopause but is especially useful when broad range of symptoms such as hot flushes, irritability, tiredness, pains and aches, vaginal dryness etc kick in.

  • Made from fermented soya beans
  • Support for all stages of the menopause
  • Also contains magnesium and hibiscus

A herbal dietary supplement containing soy isoflavones, magnesium and hibiscus extract for all stages of the menopause.

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  • Sandra 's photo avatar
    Sandra — 27.01.2018 00:25
    I was perimenopausel at age 39. I am now 46. No period in 4 years. I was coping OK but in the last two years I have noticed my mood drop. I am very down and have a range of symptoms. I feel like I'm going mad. I'm dizzy lightheaded headaches anxious can't sleep pains and aches everywhere. I'm so afraid all the time something is going g to happen to me. This has affected my life terribly. I have stopped working and just sit around the house all day thinking about how I feel. I so want to get back to who I used to be but I feel desperately that it is never going to happen. Please tell me this is normal and I will feel better again. And more importantly that all this is down to the menopause and not something serious.

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    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 30.01.2018 14:38
      Hi Sandra Please can you let me know if you have been to see your doctor about this and if so what did they say, thanks.

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    • G Vee's photo avatar
      G Vee — 14.02.2018 12:38
      Oh my goodness, I'm about your age and have been going through this for over a week now - *and* I've started menstruating again to make matters worse! I can't function at all, I'm paranoid that the anxiety attacks will bring on a heart attack!

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    Venus — 26.01.2018 12:13
    I'd like help please I feel very dizzy

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    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 26.01.2018 13:22
      Hi Venus Dizziness is very common during the menopause. Taking Ginkgo biloba tincture or tablets might help, as this herb improves circulation, particularly to the head. You may also find simple breathing exercises useful - they are easy to do during spare moments and boost the blood flow to the head. Your body tends to become more sensitive generally at this time, so be aware of how much caffeine and sugar-containing foods you are eating, as they can trigger your nervous system to produce adrenalin, which can lead to dizziness. Check with your doctor that your blood pressure hasn't fallen too low, which is always a possibility. If you are even mildly anaemic you are more likely to feel dizzy and light headed, so if you have had heavy bleeds consider taking a natural iron tonic.

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    Norma Campbell — 12.11.2017 19:19
    I fainted for the first time, how can I prevent this from happening again?

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    • eileen's photo avatar
      eileen — 13.11.2017 10:39
      Hi Norma Fainting in the menopause can be caused by various factors so it is important to get this checked out by your doctor first. Low blood pressure can sometimes be an issue. Also make sure that you are drinking plenty of plain water and eating little and often as dehydration and low blood sugars can trigger this as well.

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