Menopause & Hormones

Every women’s journey, a natural part of aging.

Menopause, or “the change of life”, is part of a natural aging process that affects all women. During menopause your body undergoes significant transformations, driven largely by a shift in the levels of sex hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone.

Every women will go through the menopause transition in their own unique way. Some women have symptoms that range from mild to debilitating. Others just breeze through it, enjoying a new sense of freedom and energy.

Factors that influence the severity of menopausal symptoms include genetics, diet, lifestyle, stress levels, general state of health and the use of prescription drugs.

The 3 Stages of Menopause Transition

The average age of menopause for U.S. women is 51, with most women reaching this milestone somewhere between ages 45 and 55. You’re considered “menopausal” when you haven’t had a menstrual period for 12 consecutive months.



  • This is the beginning stage of menopause. Reproductive hormones, estrogen and progesterone fluctuates wildly.
  • Can last up to 6 years or more.
  • Usually occurs in your 40s.
  • Periods become more unpredictable and less frequent.


  • You are considered to be in menopause when you are period-free for 12 straight months (and your doctor confirms this is not due to another medical condition).
  • The average age of a woman at menopause is 51.
  • Estrogen levels continue to drop, causing certain natural changes in the body, which may include hot flashes and night sweats.


  • Occurs after menopause and lasts for the remainder of your lifetime.
  • Postmenopause usually begins in a woman’s 50s.
  • Estrogen levels continue to drop and you may continue to experience similar symptoms as you did during menopause.

The Role of Hormones During Menopause

Hormonal levels are maintained by part of the brain called the hypothalamus. If a body organ decreases production of a hormone, the hypothalamus can sense that and “instructs” the organ to make more.

Not unlike someone who becomes hard of hearing and starts to miss out on communication, aged hypothalamus loses some of its ability to receive signals from the rest of the body. As a result, fewer signals are received by the hypothalamus, fewer signals are sent to make hormones.

Over time, the ovaries produce less and less estrogen. This drop in hormone levels is what triggers menopausal symptoms. Now we can view the menopause is the hormonal imbalance that results from aging of the hypothalamus.


Symptoms of Menopause

The symptoms of menopause are primarily related to an overall decline in the production of the female sex hormone estrogen. Symptoms vary widely because of the many effects that these hormones have on the female body. Estrogen regulates the menstrual cycle and affects the reproductive system, urinary tract, heart and blood vessels, bones, breasts, skin, hair, mucous membranes, pelvic muscles, and brain.

As a result, women can experience symptoms of menopause over their entire body. Here are some common symptoms of menopause.


What makes Amberen so effective?

Your body has a mechanism that regulates hormones. With age, this mechanism wears down, causing loss of hormonal balance. Amberen rejuvenates this regulatory mechanism and alleviates common menopausal symptoms. Watch this video to find out more.

Stories from Amberen users.

Today I’m a new women.

Danica B. - Formington, NM

"...I was skeptical, but the Customer Care staff was amazing. They answered all my questions, and I ordered Amberen. Well, today I am a new woman. I have no more night sweats, no more hot flashes. I am not on the caffeine roller coaster. I am a changed woman. And I have to thank you Amberen for what you’ve done for me and not only me- my family, my mom..."

Amberen... The most effective product I have used...

Dr. Brenda McCool - Clackamas, OR

"...more than half of my practice is working with women experiencing hormone imbalance. I have found Amberen to be an invaluable addition to the treatment protocols I use for addressing hormone imbalance. Amberen has been the most effective product I've used. I am thrilled to have this "piece of the puzzle" in my protocols and feel it makes a significant difference in my patient's health!"

I am 57 Years Old and I Feel Like I did When I was in My 30s.

Abagail H. - La Mesa, CA

“Amberen has really made a difference. It has been ten years since I entered menopause. I’ve tried herbs and over-the-counter promises of relief and nothing really worked. One day I heard a commercial on the radio about Amberen. I checked out your website and decided to give Amberen a try. I ordered a three-month’s supply and when it arrived, I began taking it right away. After two weeks, I began to feel different! The night sweats were less frequent. I began to sleep and wake up feeling refreshed. I hardly have any hot flashes and when I do, they are not as intense as before. I am 57 years old and I feel like I did when I was in my 30s. I would recommend Amberen to any woman singing the “menopause blues.”

Relives Menopause… Patients Look and Feel Younger

Dr. Ella Fedonenko, MD - Los Angeles, CA

“We have many female patients who are going through menopause. Amberen has been very effective in helping our patients relieve menopausal symptoms and achieve their overall goals of looking and feeling younger.”

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