Wondering What To Take For Hormone Imbalance?
Did you know that about 85 percent of women have one or more symptoms of PMS such as mood swings, irritability, bloating, and breast tenderness?
Hormonal Balance is used in Herbal Medicine as a hormone normaliser to help relieve premenstrual symptoms and stabilize menstrual cycle irregularities.
Proper hormonal balance is critical for good health, energy and vitality.
- Many factors contribute to hormone imbalance such as stress, menstrual cycle changes, environment, and diet.
- About 85 percent of women have one or more symptoms of PMS such as mood swings, irritability, bloating, and breast tenderness, caused by this imbalance.
Looking for a Natural Approach to PMS and Perimenopause Relief?
For those women looking for a more natural way to relieve their PMS and pre-menopause symptoms, there are several botanicals that have been evaluated for use in PMS and pre-menopause. Some of these natural health products work by correcting hormonal imbalances and other products reduce symptoms by non-hormonal mechanisms.
Overall, these botanicals may be used to effectively balance hormones in the body and help alleviate PMS and premenopausal symptoms such as cramping, bloating, mood swings and breast tenderness.
femMED Hormonal Balance contains six ingredients that help provide PMS and pre-menopause symptom relief. The ingredients include: Saw Palmetto, Chastetree Berry, Milk Thistle, Scullcap, Red Raspberry and Wild Yam. No more wondering what to take for hormone imbalance, or what dose to take it in: one supplement does it all.
Chastetree Berry helps balance hormone levels and reduces symptoms of irritability, depression, headaches, and breast tenderness. Milk Thistle supports liver health and aids the body in detoxifying of hormones. All other ingredients in Hormonal Balance work together to support optimal Hormonal Balance. All the ingredients contribute to PMS and pre-menopause symptom relief, along with hormonal balance by a variety of hormonal and non-hormonal mechanisms.
Suffering from PMS?
Each month, up to 80% of menstruating women experience some form of premenstrual syndrome [PMS] one to two weeks before their period. Specifically, PMS occurs during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. This phase occurs immediately after an egg is released from the ovary and lasts from day 14-28 of a normal menstrual cycle. PMS difficulties are more likely to trouble women between their late 20s and early 40s. PMS symptoms are uncomfortable and can affect daily routines and activities. They include physical and emotional symptoms such as: mood swings, breast tenderness, abdominal bloating, weight gain from fluid retention, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression, all of which leave you wondering what to take for hormone imbalance.
Each year, millions of women begin the menopausal transition. Pre-menopause lasts up until menopause, the point when the ovaries stop releasing eggs. This phase of menopause may last four or five years or longer. In this time, the ovaries start producing less estrogen and progesterone, the hormones that regulate menstruation. This declined ovarian function usually starts when a woman is in her late 30s. In the last one to two years of pre-menopause, this decline in estrogen accelerates. During this pre-menopause period, hormone levels rise and fall unevenly which brings about many changes in a woman’s physiology. Approximately two-thirds of pre-menopausal women develop symptoms related to the menopausal transition.
These pre-menopausal symptoms can be quite uncomfortable and can have a negative impact on a womans general quality of life. For instance, as ovulation becomes more erratic, the lower levels of progesterone may lead to longer and heavier periods. This can be accompanied by additional cramping and bloating than before women enter this pre-menopausal stage. Some women find the intervals between their menses are shorter, flow more scanty and some periods are missed altogether. During this period before menopause, some women experience mood swings, irritability or depression. Often the causes of these particular symptoms are sleep disturbances.
Customers Just Like You Find Success With Hormonal Balance
One has to be pro-active when it comes to their own body and I decided the best route for me was to start with the Hormonal Balance formula, as I was suffering from PMS symptoms and was closing in on my 51st birthday (which means menopause is around the corner). Subsequently, I ordered the product and have been using it since November 6, 2004. I especially loved the fact that the products are 100% natural, which is very, very important to me as I lead a very healthy lifestyle: eating clean, supplements, lots of exercise, fresh air, etc., and when I do hit menopause I don’t want to be taking HRT.
As a side note I would like to thank femMED, it’s been a pleasure dealing with their customer service ladies when ordering my product. I have also always had prompt and fast shipment.
Ms. Page thanks so much for a great product.
Jan G. Mississauga, ON
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Tips For Keeping Your Hormones Balanced
- Eat a diet low in saturated fat and high in fibre.
- Boost your intake of broccoli and cruciferous vegtables.
- Minimize sugar and refined carbs.