Menopause is a Treatable Condition!
Menopause! Just the name sends chills down women's spines. The idea that their bodies are changing can leave them feeling low, and it's not just the idea of getting older that causes the sense of concern. Many have mothers or grandmothers who have lost inches of height or suffered fractured hips or wrists because of menopause. Also, there are distressing symptoms, such as hot flashes, insomnia, weight gain, and depression, associated with menopause. To top it off, the loss of estrogens can lead to increased cholesterol levels and an elevated risk of heart and artery disease.
There are now a number of therapies available to aid these hormonal losses. Eating nutritiously and regular exercise are crucial to maintaining strong bones and cardiovascular health.
As important as good nutrition and exercise are, natural hormone replacement therapy is often necessary to ensure maximum health and vitality. It is no longer necessary to suffer from hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, insomnia, bone loss, depression and thinning hair because of menopause. Natural hormonal replacement therapy is often the best option to effectively treat such symptoms.
Natural hormone replacement has been shown to be safe and has a positive effect upon the health of women. One study, PEPI, involved 875 healthy postmenopausal women ages 45-64. The PEPI study found that estrogen progestin combinations produced increases in HDL-levels, decreases in LDL-levels and fibrinogen. The estrogen alone or the estrogen plus natural progesterone produced the most significant increases in HDL levels.
Something to Consider
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