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Thursday, July 05, 2012

New hope for avoiding a midlife meltdown

Women experience the menopause transition differentlyand at many different ages. Although the average age a woman has her last menstrual cycle is at 51 years old, there's no "average" way menopause affects women. Some may experience symptoms in their mid-30s as female hormone levels begin to change. This pre-menopausal phase (known as perimenopause) can last up to 10 years, with symptoms that can be just as bothersome as postmenopausal symptomsincluding hot flashes, anxiety, irritability, physical/mental exhaustion, and sleep disturbances. While hormone therapies (HT) may offer effective relief, they may carry a greater risk of stroke, blood clots, and certain hormone-sensitive cancers. To manage this risk, HT is generally only recommended in low doses for short-term use in postmenopausal women. And natural therapies, while typically safer for both peri- and postmenopausal women, vary in dependability and success.

Get safer menopausal hot flash relief that performs comparable to HT. A special botanical extract of Siberian rhubarb root called ERr 731™, prescribed in Germany since 1993, is now available in nutritional supplement form in the US. In peri- and postmenopausal women, the ERr 731 phytoestrogen approach has demonstrated long-term, safe usewithout any reported serious adverse effects associated with HT. In one 12-week clinical study, average daily hot flashes decreased from 12 to 2. In fact, researchers suggest that ERr 731 use is as effective as an ultra low dose of HT for reducing hot flashes. Other common menopausal symptoms have also shown significant reductions in clinical studies. And women report noticeable improvements in just 4 weeks at 4 mg of this extract daily.

Schedule an appointment today to learn more about natural, effective relief for menopausal symptoms.

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