Interested in using Vitamin injections to suppress menopausal symptoms?
What is menopause and what are its symptoms?
To experience menopause is a normal experience for all women. It starts to happen as a woman ages and this process can start before or after she stops to menstruate. If a woman stops to menstruate it means that she is ending her functioning of reproduction.
- Irregularity of periods
- Vaginal dryness
- Hot flashes
- Night sweating
- Mood swings
- Weight gain and slowed metabolism
- Hair thinning and dry skin
- Loss of breast fullness
An irregularity in periods is a main symptom of menopause and also includes changing in menstruation. These changes vary in all women and menopause can be experienced before menstruation ends. If you skip multiple periods during the menopause then it is completely normal as most women experience a pause in periods for a month until they return. Monthly cycles might return after a long gap and will happen after a shorter time span. In some cases, pregnancy is also possible despite the irregularity of period cycles.
What are Vitamin injections?
Vitamin injections can be used if a person feels down, fatigued or experiences low metabolism. If you want to avoid drugs, medication, pills or workout then you might want to take a few vitamin shots. It can surprisingly make your skin glow and help you lose weight. The many vitamins include:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B-6 and B-12
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
Vitamin injections and menopause:
Following vitamins are important during menopause and can be taken in the form of vitamin shot injections also.
It is debatable whether you should take Vitamin A during menopause as too much can result in bone fracture even though the vitamin is good for bones. However, the vitamin A obtained from beta carotene will lessen the risk of bone fracture after menopause and you can get this by eating orange and yellow fruits or vegetables.
Vitamin B6 and B12:
Vitamin B-6 helps the body to develop serotonin which is transmits brain signals and is a form of signals. The level of serotonin drops in the body as women age and is a major reason why constant mood changing happens during menopause. Depression is also a common factor experienced during this phase. Similarly, vitamin B 12 plays an important role in menopause and is used to develop deficiency in red blood cells and DNA. A b12 vitamin shot will be very helpful and effective during the menopause time.
Vitamin D is important and is usually provided after a person is exposed to sunlight. If a woman during menopause does not have many activities that include contact with sunlight then she should consume a diet that would be rich in vitamin D and should get 15 mcg (below 50 ages) or 20 mcg (above 50 ages) every day as part of her diet. It is quite easy to take a vitamin D enriched diet as many every day foods including eggs, fish, beef liver, cheese and fish oil have a lot of vitamin D in them.
Antioxidants are important as they let a person detoxify and cleanse all the toxins in their body. Detoxification also helps a person clear their mind and re fresh themselves in all the things they do. Vitamin E is a beneficial antioxidant that helps a person deal with stress, depression, heart diseases and weight gain. It is common to experience such phases in menopause and it is a proven fact that vitamin E effectively helps you to reduce stress, depression and anxiety. It is suggested to take a vitamin E intake during and after menopause and include avocado, broccoli, spinach, hazelnuts and almonds in diet.