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An Easy and Simple Explanation of Hormones, Hormone Replacement Therapies, What Happens at Menopause and More!



Women's Conditions Explained Finally! What Causes or Aggravates Problems; Solutions for Each Condition are Suggested for example: Nutrition, Herbs, Natural Hormone Creams, Visualization, Etc. Conditions Include Everything from Bladder Problems, Breast Cancer, Heart Disease, Osteoporosis, and Much More.


Various Therapies Are Suggested For Women's Conditions. This Section Explains the Alternatives AND Includes How to Choose a Calcium/Magnesium Supplement, What Aromatherapy to Use, All About Natural Progesterone Creams, and More.



A Guide to Finding and Selecting Various Herbs, Supplements, Progesterone Creams, Book References, and More.













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Excerpt from . . . Headaches

Headaches and migraines often accompany perimenopause as well as menopause. Cyclical headaches are common just prior to menstruation or mid-cycle, and maybe you have already experienced this...Estrogen is not the only hormone involved with headaches and migraines, however, it is believed that estrogen affects the serotonin activity in the brain. Serotonin is a natural pain reliever. If it is not available to do its job then you will experience headache pain. Menstrual disorders, often resulting from an imbalance or fluctuation between estrogen and progesterone, also cause headaches...Other contributing factors include: Caffeine and Chocolate, Sugar, Constipation, Digestive Disturbances, Hypoglycemia, Eyestrain, Liver Toxicity, Poor Posture...


Excerpt from. . . Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are an acute symptom related to a drop in estrogen. When the ovaries no longer respond properly to the hormone signals from the pituitary, you experience a hot flash, night sweat or a warm flush. Your ovaries may still be producing some estrogen, just not as much, and you may not be producing any progesterone. Consequently, estrogen and progesterone are out of balance…

A hot flash is an attempt by the body to cool down. You may even get a warning just prior to a hot flash…Signs of an imminent hot flash vary from woman to woman, but many say it's just a "knowing" from within. It might be accompanied by a tickling or other feeling, so tune in to your body's signals. Spicy foods, warm rooms, caffeine and stress can also trigger hot flashes.

Remember, even if hot flashes go untreated, they are temporary….Certainly, the more you do to help your body adjust such as diet, relaxation, exercise, meditation, and herbs, the less discomfort you will have overall.


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