Correcting hormone imbalance naturally is the key to a better night's rest.
A recent study showed insomnia to be the number-one most severe complaint of women going through menopause. An imbalance of hormones is to blame, and with that in mind hormone replacement therapy is used as a treatment to help postmenopausal patients get a good night's sleep again.
According to the study, published in the April issue of the Journal of Clinical Nursing, 95 percent of menopausal women surveyed suffered from sleep loss — and they rated that sleep deprivation as their most severe menopause symptom, even more severe than the night sweats, irritability, memory loss or hot flashes that often accompany menopause.
1. Improved energy and memory
2. Decreased fat and cholesterol
3. Improved skin texture
4. Control over your health
5. Improved sex life
The natural way for menopause sufferers to beat their insomnia,and the best way to minimize to minimize all the short- and long-term health implications of menopause, is hormone replacement therapy using hormones with the same molecular structure as our own.
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