Estroven®: Black Cohosh for Hot Flashes*
Black cohosh is known for its ability to help relieve or reduce one of the most bothersome menopause symptoms: hot flashes.*1 Let’s take a closer look at what makes black cohosh so helpful during menopause.
What Age Does Menopause Start?
Menopause is a phase of life that is universally shared by women around the globe. This means there is a community that has experienced, or are experiencing, the same symptoms as you! But sometimes it’s easy to think you’re alone in menopause, especially if you are going through the menopause stages earlier than your friends. So, what age does menopause start?
Menopause Symptoms: Hot Flashes
If you find yourself in a full-on sweat multiple times during the day, chances are you’re experiencing a common symptom of menopause, hot flashes. They are characteristically known for a quick feeling of heat, a red, flushed face and sweats or a rapid heart rate.1 Hot flashes can have a significant effect on a woman’s everyday stress level, which can trigger even more hot flashes2—so avoiding this frustrating and never-ending circle is a must! Luckily, there are a few options for hot flash relief.
Perimenopause and Weight Change
Perimenopause is when estrogen levels gradually decrease in your ovaries. This period usually begins in your forties, but could potentially start earlier. During perimenopause, you may start noticing signs and symptoms that are common in menopause such as hot flashes, mood swings and fatigue—but for some, the most frustrating of all these symptoms may be the weight change. What’s going on?
What Causes Hot Flashes?
It may feel like winter, but for menopausal women, it’s the middle of summer. Hot flashes bother 80 percent of women who are in the midst of menopause.1 They are described as a sudden sensation of heat in the chest, face and body, followed by perspiration and sometimes flushing.
The Menopause Diet
When we think of the New Year, we think of resolutions—specifically resolutions that have to do with diet and exercise. But menopausal women have a different set of challenges when it comes to New Year’s diet resolutions because, thanks to hormonal changes, menopause symptoms can be triggered by what we eat.
Magnolia Bark helps you manage your everyday stress*
When people talk about menopausal symptoms, night sweats and hot flashes may be the first that come to mind, but stress and moodiness may also play a role. Read on to learn more about occasional stress as a symptom of menopause, and how Magnolia Bark might help you manage this menopausal symptom.*
5 Years Running! Estroven® Voted #1 Pharmacist Recommended Menopause Brand†
It’s official! Now for the 5th consecutive year, Estroven® has been voted as the #1 recommended brand by pharmacists!† Since 2011...
What is Perimenopause? Read All You Need To Know
Peri-meter, peri-scope, peri-menopause—The prefix "peri-" is Greek and it means 'about' or 'around.' For Perimenopause, it means that menopause is 'about' to begin.
5 Easy Tips To Combat Menopause Symptoms & Increase Energy
Just because we reach menopause, doesn't mean we have fewer responsibilities. Between family, work and social engagements, our lives are every bit as full as they were pre-menopause—but that doesn't stop fatigue from affecting us. Here are a few tips to help combat menopause symptoms and help stoke the fires during this busy period of life.