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Benefits of Natural Estrogen Replacement

Benefits of Natural Estrogen Replacement

Menopause can be a difficult time for any woman. We understand the hesitation that accompanies the suggestion of estrogen pills—some of the unnatural supplements out there can cause unnecessary side effects. However, we would like to discuss the benefits of an all natural estrogen replacement!

Help Lower Your Bad Cholesterol

High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is a good kind of cholesterol that decreases when we lose estrogen in our bodies. This means that low-density lipoprotein (LDL) tends to increase. This is bad news! Make sure you are keeping your good cholesterol at a strong level. Don’t let your estrogen decrease put you at risk for poor heart health.

Help Get Rid of Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause and often one of the most dreaded. These flashes and night sweats can prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep and keep you uncomfortable during the day time. A natural estrogen replacement can help ease this symptom and make menopause easier to handle.

Improve Your Mood

Many women experience mood fluctuations during menopause. Too much estrogen will also lead to mood swings. However, if progesterone is balanced with estrogen, your mood stabilizes and increases serotonin in the brain. This is a chemical that will keep you happy!

If you are ready to help relieve your menopause symptoms, be sure to shop our supplements today. Be sure to talk to a doctor about the proper dosage and if a natural estrogen replacement is a good fit for you!

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