It seems like menopause is just one more inconvenience women must endure throughout their lives. Whilst in itself it isn’t life-threatening, other health complications resulting from the changing hormone levels can be more than a little problematic. Increased risk of bone density loss and muscle mass loss, even incontinence. The symptoms of menopause can be managed; most effectively with various hormone replacement therapies, but they cannot be prevented.
The time taken to go from peri-menopausal to post-menopausal can vary greatly from one woman to the next. For some it’s a relatively quick process with minimal disturbances to mental, physical and emotional well-being and day to day life. For others however, it’s a completely different story. Massive mood swings, hot flushes, physical discomfort. This could become a very long list.
You cannot cure menopause. If you are a woman and you live long enough, you will experience menopause. Like death, menopause is inevitable! So, if menopause is inevitable could you induce a ‘Spontaneous Remission’ from it?
Think about this: If the process of going from the part of life where menstruation takes place, to the part of life where menstruation no longer takes place, which is referred to as ‘menopause’ and takes an inordinate amount of time; more for some than others – is there a way the time-span could be reduced? What if instead of taking years to go through menopause, the whole process could be over and done with in a matter of days, even hours?
Hmmm… would that be a ‘Spontaneous Remission’ or would it just be speeding up an inevitable process? If menopause is an inevitable process, which in itself has some most unpleasant side effects, wouldn’t it be better to go from start to finish as fast as possible thereby avoiding, or at least minimising the unpleasant side effects – the hot flushes and the other associated issues? Is this even do-able?
If you consider the hypothesis this study intends to either prove or disprove: Stress causes illness. Different forms of stress manifest as different types of illness… Is menopause actually an illness, or is it a process? The unpleasant side effects could in fact be described as a chronic health condition – Although in all reality you couldn’t induce a Spontaneous Remission from menopause itself – because it’s a process rather than an illness – I believe you can induce a remission from the unpleasant side effects, and therefore not require HRT or any other form of treatment.
If I were a woman (which I’m not) and I was going through the unpleasant process of menopause, I imagine that I would want to protect my own sanity and the sanity of those around me, by completing the process as quickly and as painlessly as possible. If I were a man (which I am) and I had a partner/wife who was going through the unpleasant process of menopause, you can absolutely rest assured, I too would want the process over and done with ASAP if not sooner!
If you would like to speed-up the menopause process and are interested in putting our hypothesis to the test; do yourself (and everyone around you) a favour.
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