WHAT CAUSES MENOPAUSE?
As a woman’s body ages, the hypothalamus, a part of the brain that controls hormonal balance, loses its sensitivity to signals from the hormone-producing organs. As a result, the body experiences hormonal imbalance that manifests in physical and emotional symptoms of menopause.
In other words, menopause is the result of age-related hormonal fluctuations and eventual decline in estrogen.
HOW DOES AMBEREN WORK?
The Amberen innovation is contained in the unique way it works. To help relieve menopause symptoms, Amberen targets the root cause of menopause – hormonal imbalance.
Because hormonal imbalance starts with the decline in hypothalamus function, Amberen rejuvenates the hypothalamus by restoring its communication with the hormone producing organs. As a result, two correlated processes occur: the ovaries start to increase estrogen production while menopause symptoms’ severity decreases.
The rejuvenating effect that Amberen has on the hypothalamus helps maintain the state of hormonal balance at healthy levels throughout the transition. It provides comfort from hot flashes, mood swings, fatigue and other common symptoms associated with menopause.*
Menopause is deeply individual due to the variety and severity of symptoms. Therefore, every woman will have her own progress when it comes to menopause relief with Amberen. Improvements can be noticed in as little as the first 30 days. However, as per clinical studies, for best results, it’s recommended to take Amberen for at least 90 days.*
CHANGING MENOPAUSE FOR THE BETTER
Hot flashes and other symptoms, although often frustrating, don’t make menopause a disease.
It’s a natural part of aging that a woman’s body will eventually transition through. The quality of life during this time depends on the choices a woman makes when it comes to menopause management. Amberen makes menopause a better experience. Compare the difference it makes below.
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