As you adjust to a lifestyle due to current events, juggling perimenopause have likely added to your stress levels. Stress can adversely impact your health. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic1, there are numerous effects of stress. It can cause physical and emotional symptoms, including negative impacts on your behavior.
Some of the physical symptoms related to stress can be: headaches, muscle tension or pain, fatigue, trouble sleeping, upset stomach, chest pains, decrease in sex drive, and more. These physical symptoms can have a domino effect that can lead right into mood changes as well as impact how you respond to daily life stressors. If you’ve got headaches, chest pains, a sore stomach due to stress, it can definitely put a damper in your mood. When you’re stressed out, instead of a restful night’s sleep, you might find yourself wide awake.
Is something wrong? Someone might ask when you’re snappy or terse with them. You might not be in the mood for diplomacy, which can create a strain in professional and personal relationships. While we’re all allowed to have a bad day, changes in attitude can lead to chaotic results. Low mood or “feeling the blues” might accompany anxious, irritable, and angry feelings followed by restlessness, lack of motivation, and the inability to focus. According to Harvard Health Publishing2, stress can lead to unhealthy bad habits such as overdoing it with just about anything. Whether it’s overeating, oversleeping, binging on too much television, consuming too much alcohol, stress can impact the choices you make.
Stress produces a chemical called cortisol3 that can impact your immune, digestive, reproductive systems, and more. But there are ways to reduce cortisol levels associated with high stress and anxiety.
You don’t have to suffer from hormonal imbalance that exacerbates bothersome symptoms.
Amberen Perimenopause is a one of a kind formula specifically designed for and clinically tested on perimenopausal women. Our unique formula helps relieve 10 common symptoms, including stress, irritability, and anxiety.* In addition to a proprietary blend of antioxidants, amino acids, minerals, and vitamin E, Amberen Perimenopause contains Smart B® Complex, which is useful in combating oxidative stress plus supporting cellular energy.
Stress can be harmful to your physical and emotional wellbeing. It can cause strain on relationships too. Make these 10 stress-relieving steps in conjunction with a daily Amberen Perimenopause regimen a part of your stress management routine. Taking a proactive approach towards reducing stress can not only benefit you but impact every area of your life.
If you’re still wondering about our product and have questions about your perimenopause symptoms, call NurseAid at (800) 211-8021 Mon-Fri 9am - 7am EST. NurseAid is free for Amberen Perimenopause customers. It’s a team of perimenopause professionals lead by a licensed nurse.††
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This blog post and the recommendations made herein are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to be used as healthcare advice. Individuals are encouraged to consult their healthcare provider with questions about their specific needs.
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