Estroven Difference

Nearly a million women choose Estroven for safe and effective relief of their multiple perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms each year.

About Menopause

For over 15 years, Estroven has been helping women find safe, multi-symptom menopause relief from hot flashes, night sweats and more*!

Managing Menopause

The physical and emotional changes we experience during menopause cannot be denied, but it’s how they are dealt with that makes all the difference.

Real Stories

Connect with other women and share your peri/menopause experience, knowledge, and concerns.

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Stay fit. Manage the weight.

Staying physically active and managing your weight can help reduce your menopause symptoms, including mood swings and hot flashes.

Eating right

You already know that eating right is key to maintaining lifelong health. This is particularly true at menopause. More than ever, you need a balanced diet that focuses on:

  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Whole grains and legumes
  • Lean meats, fish, and poultry
  • Less fat and more low-fat products

Here's another tip for reducing your menopausal symptoms: cut back on spicy foods and reduce consumption of alcohol and caffeine, all of which can bring on hot flashes!

Fitness and weight management

Hot flashes and night sweats are less common in physically active women. Physical exercise can enhance mood, promote daytime energy, and help sleep.

Being fit decreases the long-term risks of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and obesity.

A successful fitness program includes aerobic activities for your heart & bones,; resistance training for your muscle and bone strength; and stretching for your flexibility and to decrease your risk of injury.

Start with a plan.

It's easier to accomplish your goals if you start with a plan. Decide what you're to looking to achieve, how you want to achieve it and then stick to your plan.

  • See your healthcare provider first to get a clean bill of health, and perhaps some personalized suggestions on the best way to get started.
  • Put exercise on your calendar – once a day, every day.
  • Get someone to exercise with you. You can talk while you walk.
  • If you miss a few days because of travel or illness, get right back on track again.
  • Choose the most enjoyable activity that fits your schedule.
  • Train with free-weights or exercise machines to strengthen individual muscles.
  • Do a series of exercises that focus on your arms, shoulders, and torso 2-3 times a week.
  • Flexibility exercises (like yoga) should also be done 2-3 times each week.

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

If you're a lifelong couch potato and exercise sounds too hard, remember – you don't have to join a gym or even start a new sport to get in shape. You can exercise simply by:

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

Walking everywhere! Get a pedometer and see how many miles you can log each week.

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

Taking the stairs instead of the elevator.

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

Parking a few blocks from your destination and walking the rest of the way.

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

Cleaning the house by the longest route – go up a flight of stairs and do one room; then down a flight and do another, etc.

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

Keeping some light weights at your desk and taking breaks with some easy lifting and ab crunches.

Things you can do beyond joining a gym.

Installing an exercise bike or rowing machine in front of your TV.