How menopause affects kidney energy
Menopause. The oft spoken about, rarely understood transition between life phases. It is defined as the time when menstruation/periods ceases. That means an entire year without a period.
Traditional Chinese Medicine views the kidney energy as sustaining the metabolic process and decreases naturally as we age. When the balance of kidney yin and kidney yang energy is “upset,” symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats may appear.
Throughout Asia, herbs and food are most commonly used to tonify the kidney energy and restore the balance between yin and yang. Acupuncture is also used to restore this balance, and studies have proven its effectiveness. 👍🏻
Here at ERCA, we are here to support you, as you enter this next phase.
Knowing that each individual will have different symptoms, we can customize and hone in on how to best restore wellness and balance.
Ask us about some of our effective herbal combinations which are very effective and safer than hormones.