Perimenopause and taking back your balance

  • Apr 16 2018

What is perimenopause?

As a woman approaches menopause which can be as early as age 35, her hormone production may fluctuate dramatically depending on genetics, lifestyle, stress and nutrition, causing symptoms like hot flashes, moodiness, depression, loss of libido, sleep problems, and more.

Some women experience symptoms in some cases 10-15 years before clinical menopause occurs.

Fluctuating levels of hormones can cause one or more of the following: Hot flashes, Fatigue, Night sweats, Irregular Periods, Insomnia, Breast tenderness, Memory loss, Weight Gain, Mood swings, Anxiety, Low sex drive, Increased skin wrinkling.

If you suffer from any of the above symptoms your hormones may be having difficulty staying in balance. It could be just one or all of them. Finding what levels need support can eliminate or dramatically reduce these symptoms helping you have a smooth, even transition.

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