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Aware the benefits of phytoestrogens-make a safe journey to rocky Road of menopause

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Mrs. N. Gayathri and Dr. Mrs. S. Kamala
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

Menopause is considered to be as an inevitable event in every woman’s life. During the menopausal transition, women may experience bothered some symptoms which may affect the quality of life. Menopause is determined by the reduction of the ovarian function and decreased production of estradiol, leading to depletion of the ovarian follicles. Depriving the body of estrogen determine the appearance of specific symptoms such as the vasomotor, psychological and urogenital and more generalized physical changes such as weight gain, skin and hair thickness and general tiredness, and the late problems associated with menopause are osteoporosis and coronary artery disease. Thus, the early 21st century, prescription and use of hormonal therapy is still controversial (Garefalakis, 2008). Therefore, alternative therapies can be used to treat the same symptoms of menopause. Approximately 80% of American women experience hot flashes, while only about 20% of women in many parts of Asia experience them. The researcher believes that the difference between the two groups is the amount of phytoestrogens consuming in the diet. These substances, which are found in plants, act a lot like estrogen when they get into the human body. Although these phytoestrogens are much, much weaker than regular estrogens, they may help to ease the symptoms of the menopausal period for many women. The benefits of phytoestrogens are, bone protective, cardio protective, antioxidants, and cancer prevention. Research evidence shows that, approximately 80% of American women experience hot flashes, while only about 20% of women in many parts of Asia experience them. The researcher believes that the difference between the two groups is the amount of phytoestrogens consuming in the diet. These substances, which are found in plants, act a lot like estrogen when they get into the human body. Phytoestrogens may help to ease the symptoms of the menopausal period for women.

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