Holistic Health Products and Natural Remedies ~
Menopause and PMS Remedies
Kokoro Women's Balance Cream
More about Menopause
Holistic Health Tools recommends the Complete Menopause and Premenstral Relief Program.
This trio of natural remedies includes three synergistic formulas that, together, help to relieve symptoms associated with menopause or PMS, for balanced moods during your premenstrual period, reduction in tender breasts and more.
MellowPause is a supportive remedy for menopausal and peri-menopausal women to maintain balanced mood and restful sleep.
Dong Quai is used to naturally support the common conditions associated with normal menopause and the premenstrual period.
Femalite is used to promote emotional and hormonal balance during the premenstrual period.
Each of the products listed above play an integral role during the perimenopause, menopause, or premenstrual period and you get them all for one great price in the Complete Menopause and Premenstral Relief Ultrapack.
Menopause is the time at "mid-life" when a woman has her last period. It happens when the ovaries stop releasing eggs - usually a gradual process. Sometimes it happens all at once. The more you know about menopause, the better prepared you will be to manage any menopause-related problems that might come your way.
Perimenopause is the period of gradual changes that lead into menopause. It affects a woman's hormones, body, and feelings. It can be a stop-start process that may take months or years. The ovaries' production of estrogen slows down during perimenopause. Hormone levels fluctuate, causing changes just as they did during adolescence. The changes leading to menopause may seem much more intense than those during puberty. The intensity may be affected by a woman's feelings about aging.
Here is the entire list of 32 Symptoms Associated with Menopause:
~ Disturbing lapses of memory
~ Increased allergies
~ Hot and cold flashes and night sweats
~ Mood swings,sudden tears
~ Sleep Problems
~ Irregular periods
~ Loss of libido
~ Vaginal Dryness
~ Feelings of dread and apprehension
~ Inability to concentrate
~ Rapid heart beat
~ Incontinence upon sneezing, laughing
~ Itchy, crawly skin
~ Aching, sore muscles and joints
~ Increased muscle tension
~ Breast soreness, tenderness
~ Change in headaches
~ Stomach discomfort
~ Bouts of depression, loss of "self"
~ Worsening of existing conditions
~ Sudden weight gain
~ Hair loss
~ Changes in body odor
~ Electric shock sensation, in body or head
~ Tingling sensation in extremities
~ Bleeding Gums
~ Burning sensation in mouth or bad taste
~ Fingernails cracking and/or softer