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Natural Ways to Reduce Menopause Symptoms

Don’t let menopause get in the way of living your everyday life as you age.

Menopause is a tough milestone that all women must go through. However, this unavoidable part of life doesn't have to be dreadful. Some of the most common symptoms that give menopause its bad reputation include mood swings, hot flashes, trouble sleeping, anxiety weight gain and overall discomfort – but all of these things can be easily managed if you pay attention to your body and prioritize overall health and well-being.

Don't let menopause get in the way of living your everyday life to the fullest as you age. Here are a few natural ways to help control those debilitating symptoms:

1. Stay Hydrated
During menopause, your body goes through various hormonal changes. More specifically, your estrogen levels decline and can cause the lining of the urethra to become dried, thinner and less elastic, according to the Women's Health Research Institute at Northwestern University. This can increase your risk for urinary tract infections, incontinence and vaginal dryness and discomfort. Thankfully, staying hydrated throughout the day can provide relief in most cases. Drinking plenty of water and eating an abundance of raw fruits and vegetables are two simple ways to keep hydration levels high.

2. Exercise
Restless nights and high levels of stress and anxiety are two common symptoms that women deal with while going through menopause. If you find yourself getting little to no sleep at night, or you're feeling more stressed and irritable, exercise may help you find balance. Working out at the fitness center or going for a stroll through the park helps you use up a good amount of energy that might be keeping you up at night. Exercise also has a way of acting as great stress relief. Consider making more time for physical fitness during your day if you don't already.

Exercise is a great option for reducing stress.Exercise is a great option for reducing stress.

3. Stay Away From Unhealthy Trigger Foods
According to Healthline, there are numerous foods that can trigger symptoms like hot flashes and mood swings, such as caffeine, alcohol, sugars and spicy options. On the Hallelujah Diet, we recommend removing alcohol completely from your eating regimen and avoiding caffeine, refined sugars and other processed foods to begin with. Avoiding these trigger foods will not only reduce menopause symptoms, but it will also help you regain back your overall health and lead you down the path to ultimate wellness.

4. Prioritize Vitamin K2 and Vitamin D
The hormonal changes that occur during menopause may impact your bones, causing them to weaken and possibly lead to the development of osteoporosis. For good bone health, we recommend resisting the common practice of supplementing with calcium as several studies have linked it to higher risk of cardiovascular death. Instead, prioritize vitamin K2 and vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 improves the absorption of calcium and vitamin K2 helps direct calcium to deposit into bones and not into soft tissue like arteries. Spending time in the sun every day will help you reach your daily vitamin D recommendation, unless you have a deficiency. In that case, you may consider a supplement like Hallelujah Diet Vitamin D3.

Vitamin K2 activates the protein osteocalcin in your bones that forms cross-links in the crystalline bone structure. It can be likened to rebar in concrete, preventing brittleness and increasing its strength. Vitamin K2 may not increase bone density, but it does improve its structure so that it resists fractures.  To get vitamin K2 you can eat a serving of certain fermented vegetables every day. If you are not getting your K2 that way, consider using the Hallelujah Diet Vitamin D3/K2.

For bone-building minerals, don't assume you have to turn to dairy products. Magnesium may be just as important as calcium for strong fracture-resistant bones, and dairy products have very, very little magnesium. The right balance of calcium, magnesium, boron, vanadium and other bone-building trace minerals is found in leafy green vegetables. Green leafy vegetables like kale, collard greens and spinach are loaded with both magnesium and calcium.

Another simple option for reducing unwanted menopause symptoms is Breeze by Luminology. This Hallelujah Diet supplement helps to restore hormonal balance, reduce hot flashes, calm anxiety and crack down on the unwanted feelings you have during menopause. Breeze has been clinical proven to decrease irregular periods, reduce insomnia and stop mood swings in their tracks so you can go about living your normal daily life with ease.

Don't let this natural inevitable change control your outlook on life. Try our Luminology supplements today.


  1. Annette July 3, 2018

    Thanks for this article! This give us some great information when going or starting to go thru menopause. Myself I think the exercise is very helpful and I founded out eliminating sugar and and some foods helps with not having the hot flashes. I did not realize taking the magnesium can help to with the stress of all the changes in the body. taking the vitamin D3 K2 has help me too, I don’t experience some of the attacks from starting the change of life.Thanks

  2. Angela Solomon July 3, 2018

    Great article, I am in the stages of peri-menopause and have been considering taking the Luminology products. This just helped my decision I will be looking into this. Thank you for the advice!

  3. Jennifer May 13, 2020

    Thanks for the information. I’m not at that place in life just yet but it’s good to be prepared and know ways to help myself through when that time comes.

  4. Elaine Willis May 13, 2020

    Thank you for the valuable information. I have not had a menstrual cycle for almost seven years. Is Luminolgy a product that would work for me, or is there another product that would be more appropriate for my stage of life (post-menopausal)?

    • Melody Hord May 15, 2020

      Hallelujah Diet’s Luminology can be used for those who are post-menopause. Also, have you considered bio-identical hormones from a doctor who specializes in that? I have wanted to get my hormones checked to see if I am low in anything, but have never done it.

  5. Judy F May 14, 2020

    Thank you for sharing this good information. I have found what a difference exercise, hydration, and a healthy diet make in my overall health.

  6. Thanks for the recommendations of natural ways to make menopause less challenging. Hopefully, most of the symptoms will be reduced or eliminated by following a healthier lifestyle, but it is good to know that there are more natural ways to alleviate some of the worst symptoms.

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