Don’t let menopause change your life

Menopause does not happen suddenly. It is preceded by a more or less long period called perimenopause. These few years of menstrual irregularities precede the definitive cessation of menstruation. During this period, the production of sex hormones decreases and causes menstrual disorders: lengthening or shortening of the cycle, changes in the abundance or duration of menstruation, heavy and frequent bleeding leaving little time between periods, etc. There are also symptoms similar to premenstrual syndrome (breast tension, abdominal bloating, etc.). The hormonal upheavals that characterize this stage of women’s lives can lead to multiple disorders, called climatic disorders, the most common of which are hot flashes, night sweating and vaginal dryness, but also hair loss or sleep disorder.

Hot flashes & vaginal dryness

Hot flashes are one of the most characteristic and early signs of menopause in Western countries. As ovaries produce less and less hormones, the resulting deficiency can trigger hot flashes, sometimes exacerbated by stressful situations. This is related to excessive stimulation of the brain centres (hypothalamus), which control the functioning of the ovaries to compensate for the lack of estrogen.

Vaginal Dryness and libido

During menopause, intimate dryness can cause real discomfort on a daily basis. Despite the real consequences on women’s libido and sexuality, this disorder often remains taboo. It is known that the natural hydration of the intimate area is altered at certain times of life such as pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. Due to the hormonal upheavals induced by menopause, the genital tract dries out and lubrication may be insufficient. However, there are solutions to live fully and serenely femininity.

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Tribulus, Maca and Damiana are traditionally known to promote sexual desire and fertility.
Achillea, Wormwood and Sage contribute to menstrual balance and female wellness.
Sage helps soothe periodic abdominal cramps.

 

Hair loss

At menopause, some women experience hair loss, often helplessly…. More sensitive to the hormonal regulations that regulate the hair’s life cycle, women suffer the full impact of the hormonal imbalances that occur during menopause.
Hair, sensitive to hormones, is not spared. The loss of estrogens, one of the effects of which is to increase the anagen phase (initial growth phase), no longer ensures their renewal as effectively. At the same time, the level of androgens, male hormones, does not drop as sharply; they become hyperactive, accelerating the growth phase of the hair follicle, without giving it time to produce quality keratin. Hair cycles follow one another too quickly, producing hair that is less robust than the previous one.
As a result, the hair becomes thinner and thinner and falls out, Menopause only accentuates and accelerates a natural phenomenon. In the long term, as the capital of the hair cycles is exhausted, the follicle, early aged, becomes totally unproductive.

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Saw Palmetto & Nettle extracts combined together, they help slow down hair loss and promote new hair growth.
Watercress promotes keratin production a favours growth.
Blueberries contain flavonoid polyphenols (vascular, venous & capillary systems protection properties) to promote hair regrowth.

 

Sleep disorder

Insomnia has strong allies: coffee, stress… Not to mention that during menopause and the period preceding it, hormonal fluctuations also affect women’s sleep.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have focused on sleep disorders associated with this period. They assessed the impact of the gradual decrease in estrogen levels on the deterioration of rest. A link between estrogens and sleep: to check the impact of hormones, they followed 218 white women and 218 women of colour aged 35 to 47 with regular menstrual cycles for two years. When asked about the quality of their sleep, these women had four blood tests to measure hormonal changes, including estradiol. Result: 17% of women reported sleep disorders at each ovulation period.

The authors highlighted various factors that directly affect the quality of their sleep: a higher incidence of hot flashes, a predisposition to anxiety and depression, high caffeine consumption and finally low estradiol levels in women aged 45 to 49 years. According to the researchers, the hormonal disruptions of perimenopause can thus directly affect women’s sleep during this period.

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Lime Tree, this antispasmodic relaxes, rests and facilitates sleep without addiction risks.
Lemon Balm facilitates digestion.
Eschscholzia acts on night awakenings and helps fall asleep.

 

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