Menopause Clinic Toronto – Make It A Smooth Transition

Menopause is a natural part of being a women, but it’s not always the most fun part.

Menopause

Fortunately, there are many ways to greatly improve your transition into menopause.

If you’re looking for a menopause clinic in Toronto, check out the videos below, where 2 naturopathic doctors from our clinic discuss how Chinese medicine, acupuncture, herbs, dietary changes and massage can help relieve common menopause symptoms…

Dr. Hayhlee Clarence, Naturopathic Doctor

Menopause is a pretty prolonged state of time; women will enter into it, and maybe be a little bit pro-active about their symptoms at the beginning, hoping that in a year or two things will regulate.

For some women, those changes happen quickly, and for some women, those changes are quite a bit longer.

So in year 5 or year 7 of menopause, women are noticing they are still dealing night sweats, hot flashes, fatigue, memory changes, or mood changes; there are a lot of things that happen when your hormones shift.

Naturopathic Medicine has a nice way of helping to rebalance. Unlike more dramatic hormone therapies, a lot of what we do, especially with herbs, has a nice balancing effect.

We can help to regulate some of those changes and slow how quickly they are changing to help and slow the side effects.

For women, there is a lot of options with Naturopathic medicine; acupuncture has seen a lot of great results, especially for hot flashes, botanical medicine as I talked about, and diet can all make a great difference.

There is a lot of really great ways for women to support themselves, and figuring out what the right balance is based what their symptom is really the goal. 

Dr. Tehseen Meghji, Naturopathic Doctor

  • Symptoms. Women experiencing the symptoms of menopause experience hot flashes but have cold hands and feet. They also notice changes in their behaviour such as becoming irritable.
  • Home remedies. Because patients have estrogen deficiency, a diet with phytoestrogens such as soy milk and flax seed is ideal. Aerobic exercises for at least thirty minutes three times a week help reduce hot flashes.
  • Naturopathic treatment. Since hormone replacement therapy poses a lot of adverse effects to a woman’s health, a naturopathic method is much safer. Women, even before experiencing menopause, should seek naturopathic care to relieve them of eventual symptoms.

If you’re looking for help with menopause symptoms, contact us at 416-792-4400 or by using the form below and we’ll book you for a FREE 15-minute phone or in-person consultation with one of our naturopathic doctors.