When women reach menopause, the ovarian function begins to disappear and the adrenal gland continues to produce sex hormones. Therefore, the adrenal gland should be provided with adequate nutrition.
In this period, the estrogen gradually decreases, the absorption of calcium is weakened, and a large amount of calcium will also be excreted from the urine, and the phenomenon of lack of calcium such as tension, irritability, insomnia, headache, depression and so on will appear one after another. At this time, if you pay attention to vitamin D, calcium, magnesium, the condition will improve.
The demand for vitamin E will also increase greatly during the period of menopause. If you take a proper amount of vitamin E every day, the red fever and night sweat on your face will not occur.