Those hot flashes and mood swings may leave you feeling less than your usual self, but remember, menopause isn’t an illness. Rather, it’s a natural part of maturing, triggered by decline in estrogen and the resulting hormonal imbalance.
The fact is, menopause and hormones go hand in hand.
Estrogen is a powerful hormone that regulates not only the reproductive organs of a woman’s body, but also a broad array of brain regions. Our brain both controls estrogen release through the hypothalamus–pituitary–gonadal (HPG, the core of female hormonal system) axis and responds to it, which is why the entire body is affected through this process.
What is the hypothalamus? It’s the part of the brain that regulates hormonal balance in your body. When functioning properly, the hypothalamus senses the lack of hormones and instructs the ovaries and pituitary glands to increase hormone production to keep the body regulated.
During the natural maturing process the hypothalamus loses some of its ability to receive signals from the hormone producing organs. This causes fluctuation of hormone levels like estrogen which brings on perimenopause and then menopause. In addition, the decline of estrogen triggers a variety of uncomfortable effects – hot flashes and night sweats, irritability, fatigue, sleeplessness and mood swings.
Specifically, Amberen’s blend of amino acids and minerals rejuvenates the hypothalamus and naturally restores its communication with the hormone producing organs. As a result, the ovaries start to naturally produce estrogen again which leads to hormonal balance. Restoring the balance of estrogen levels helps diminish the frequency and severity of menopausal symptoms *. That’s exactly what Amberen does. Amberen works effectively and without any adverse side effects, which is a relief on its own.
Amberen helps provide multiple symptom relief for menopause. Two recent randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical studies on menopausal women with mild to moderate symptoms have shown that Amberen helps alleviate and manage many of the most common symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, low energy, sleeplessness, difficulty concentrating, irritability, menopausal headaches and stress, loss of sexual interest, and muscle and joint aches*.