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Rhythmic Bioidentical Hormone Replacement For Women in Menopause

You may be a woman who is 45 years of age or older and experiencing the following hormone imbalance symptoms. If so, then you probably will want to consider something gaining popularity called rhythmic bio-identical hormone replacement.

Following are hormone imbalance symptoms for you to see if you have: anxiety, allergies, foggy brain, weight gain, depression, dizziness, endometriosis, dry skin, fibrocystic breasts, hair loss, headaches, less libido, osteoporosis, or urinary tract infections. These are the typical symptoms associated with menopause and hormone imbalances, and they are caused primarily by the incorrect relationship between your body’s progesterone and estrogen levels.

Here’s how it works… The two female hormones, estrogen and progesterone, co-exist in a very delicate balance, and any variations of that balance can have an effect on your health. The amounts of these hormones that the woman’s body produces every month can vary, depending on factors including age, nutrition, stress, exercise or ovulation or the lack of it.

Our hormones begin falling off starting with perimenopause when hormones drop you back to the same range that a girl went through at the time when she was younger — that time between adrenarchy and puberty. As a woman’s estrogen levels decreases into that same range again, she may still have some regular periods, or periods that come at fairly regular intervals during the year, but the reality is that she is probably no longer ovulating. She can no longer get pregnant any more.

These peri-menopausal periods are like the ones a girl experienced when her reproductive engine was maturing as a teenager. At that time, her adrenal glands were trying to jump-start your brain to turn on the your ovaries, and once the ovaries kicked in, she had enough estrogen generated by a full basket of eggs.

Some twenty years later, once a woman is in middle age, she has just enough estrogen to make a real thin lining in her uterus but not enough to peak. During perimenopause, her periods get shorter, and this is when her breasts seem lumpier, and often times, her mind gets foggy. If a woman doesn’t peak estrogen with regularity, she is in peri-menopause. It is the loss of this rhythm during perimenopause that triggers the destruction of her eggs. It is the action of excessive FSH, using up the remainder of her eggs. It is about this time, when she will start to hot flashes, because that’s how her system effectively shuts down for good. it can take up to ten years to go through the entire process before getting through menopause.

Clinically, menopause is defined as the cessation of menstruation for 12 consecutive months. Menopause marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years, and this usually occurs naturally around the age of 52 when her ovaries stop producing estrogen, and there are no more fertile eggs. Also, the clinical diagnosis of menopause is finding in the blood work an FSH score higher than five.

Today, a woman can stop the aging process and not experience the symptoms of hormone imbalance and menopause with hormone replacement. But she can only try to fool nature by covering the fact that she’s missing eggs if the hormones are replaced exactly as that they would be generated in youth – in exactly the amounts and the rhythm in which they would occur when she was younger. This is the premise behind rhythmic, bioidentical hormone therapy. It is not static dosing, but dosed in a rhythm with varying amounts of estrogen and progesterone during the month. Women using this rhythmic cycling also will get their periods again, just like when they were in their prime.

Women taking rhythmic bioidentical hormone replacement therapy are raving about how good they now feel. No more sleep deprivation due to hormone-related insomnia and hot flashes. No more brain fig or depression. Their skin looks soft supple and youthful. And more often than not, women who had experienced the dreadful symptoms of menopause, are now saying that they got their lives back.

Rhythmic bioidentical hormones could truly be the real “fountain of youth.”

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