No More Heavy Flows, No More Pads on Hot Days, No More Heavy Cramps or Bloating, No More Mood Swings!
…having a positive effect on everything from experiencing a healthy libido, to having healthy bones and heart.
Heart Disease. The hormonal changes that occur during menopause can bring increased cardiovascular risk in the form of higher blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and heart attacks.
Alzheimer’s. Women who enter menopause before the age of 40 are 35% more likely to have been diagnosed with dementia.
Osteoporosis. Menopause is the most common cause of osteoporosis.
Low Libido. A loss of libido during menopause is generally due to decreased hormone levels.
Diabetes & Weight Gain. After menopause, changes in your hormone levels can trigger fluctuations in your blood sugar level resulting in an increased risk of upper body adipose tissue accumulation and increased incidence of insulin resistance
Physiologic Hormone Restoration (PR) by Women’s Hormone Network
The premise of using rhythmic, bioidentical, natural hormone replacement therapy with estradiol and progesterone may give our bodies a chance to turn back the clockfind a PR HRT doctor now!