Do hot flashes make you wonder if you’ll ever feel like yourself again?
Perhaps for the first time in decades, you are unsure how to dress. Burning hot one minute….shivering the next…..hot flashes and their “first cousin” night sweats can be very disruptive, affecting your sleep and peace of mind.
Even though hot flashes are so common that roughly three in four women experience them, the medical community hasn’t fully determined what causes them. Doctors and researchers know that when the blood vessels in the skin of the head and neck open more than usual, called vasomotor flushing, it causes a rush of warm blood to flow to an area.
A woman’s immune function is naturally more robust than a man’s. Why…..? Estrogen! It’s well documented that women have stronger immunity than men, & This fact may contribute to why women tend to live longer than men. With immune health increasingly on everyone’s mind these days, primarily because of COVID-19, does it make sense to follow universal recommendations for boosting immunity? Or, do women……..and especially menopausal women……have special considerations when it comes to immune health because of hormones? Absolutely!
While the harsh, dry winter months certainly contribute to dry skin, women often overlook an important internal factor: estrogen. As a woman, you know intimately how important estrogen is for your vitality, mood, memory and bones, not to mention reproduction.
But……did you know that estrogen is also a key player in maintaining plump, hydrated and youthful looking skin?
Did you know that your bones are the strongest around age 30? After that, factors like nutrition, supplementation, exercise, and estrogen levels support bone health throughout your life. Osteoporosis isn’t inevitable! You can protect bones your bones from deterioration and porousness—especially with Pueraria Mirifica.
Most people want to “feel good” every day, but this is unrealistic. Life is a series of ups and downs, challenges and triumphs. We fight against this, trying to control the waves of change and inconsistency. But…….there’s a better way to approach the natural rhythms of life.
The first is acknowledging that nature is comprised of many cycles, which we can embrace, learn from, and use as a guide.