Intense hot flashes, brain fogs, bad mood, Vaginal dryness are some of the most common side effects of hormonal changes in middle age and menopause.
However, η Joey Remenyi, neuroplasty therapist at Seeking Balance, says there are three lesser known side effects that many women do not realize may be due to menopause, so they are often considered invisible symptoms.
“The tinnitus, Dizziness and dizziness symptoms occur when the brain confuses nerve messages. This happens more often when we are tired or with strong hormonal fluctuations. When we are menopausal or pregnant, Our hormones can lead to an increased frequency of tinnitus, vertigo and dizziness. Moreover, if we are not attuned to the needs of our body and the daily choices of our lifestyle, we are likely to be tired and exhausted from the normal rhythm of life”, explains.
So what is the best way to deal with these most unusual menopausal symptoms?;
“Slow down and pause. Get medical permission if you are worried about menopausal symptoms. Tune in and ask your body what it needs to get back on track and balance during these hormonal changes.. You may receive a special diagnosis for the inner ear, as many vestibular states or tinnitus can occur during periods of hormonal change.
For example, can be diagnosed with ventricular migraine or Meniere's disease, however it is important to remember that these situations can come and go. The diagnosis is not simple and many women experience tinnitus, dizziness and lightheadedness never receive any diagnosis.
With or without diagnosis, I encourage you to remain optimistic about a full recovery and to keep whatever diagnosis you receive with a light heart. In other words, instead of over-identifying with a possible or suggested diagnosis, see yourself as a whole person and understand that these menopausal or hormonal symptoms are part of your changing body, these senses of sound and movement pass through you with an important message to hear and feel it”, explains.
Remenyi says she advises her clients to remind themselves that menopause is part of an inevitable and normal change that they should rely on and not be afraid of.. Pausing and listening to the body needs needs to make a difference.
Connect more deeply with the feel of your body, observing what you feel inside your body and inner world. To do this, start by finding a comfortable position and let your mind focus on your sense of touch. What furniture or clothes do you touch with your skin?; Observe your body right now as you sit or stand- be curious about your present senses here and now without second thoughts.
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Let yourself be inside your body and just observe how you feel when you incarnate your body right now.. Begin to notice how you relate to yourself, how you talk to yourself in your inner dialogue and how you feel about your sensory body. Notice if you reject what you hear or feel, resulting in worsening of nerve impulses and hormonal messages that enhance feelings of anxiety. Try to follow a different approach that instead’ This allows you to stimulate the nerve impulses and hormonal messages that make you feel good, such as dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin and endorphins.
As an experiment, try to observe how you feel with an attitude “No big deal” and talk to your body like you really are his best friend. Instead of trying to get rid of them “symptoms” your, you can open up and give your changing sounds and body senses your full attention with loving kindness.
You can try to support and understand them instead of dismissing them or seeking a cure.. With repetition and time, this new approach can strengthen your nerve pathways, old pathways of symptoms can be weakened as new neural pathways form within the ever-changing body.
For neuroplasticity to work, we need to focus on the senses we want to feel and give to those new senses (such as feeling calm or satisfied) our full attention. Focusing on the symptoms or the feeling that we judge as abnormal, we accidentally aggravate them and teach the brain to amplify these VTD neural networks making them more intense and leading to further relative unpleasant hormonal release. Shocking at the symptoms and focusing heavily on them can become an maladaptive cycle that resembles a life sentence without treatment and not a transient change that we can support to reverse it..