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#MenopauseAwarenessMonth

Supporting Perimenopausal & Menopausal Women Everywhere!

#MenopauseAwarenessMonth Supporting Perimenopausal & Menopausal Women Everywhere!

Every year millions of women just like you experience the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause. How many women are going through what you’re going through? On average, 27 million women between the ages of 45 and 64 are affected by menopause annually. That’s 20% of the American workforce! Let’s not forget, even more women are affected by their symptoms if we include those in perimenopause, a stage before menopause.

Perimenopause symptoms can begin in your mid-thirties and last for years. Estrogen levels often rise and fall in inconsistent patterns. What happens to your body during perimenopause? Well, it can cause irregular periods such as shorter, longer cycles and changes to menstrual flow. However, there aren’t just one or two symptoms. In fact, there are multiple physical and emotional symptoms ranging from fatigue, irritability, sleeplessness, anxiety and stress, hot flashes, and so much more. Ugh!

So, by the time you hit menopause, you’ll be acquainted with symptoms. Menopause is marked by 12 consecutive months without a menstrual cycle. So, while you might be in the camp that celebrates no more periods, an onslaught of bothersome symptoms might make you one of many who feel like suffering in silence. You might be embarrassed or have learned from Mom that it’s one of those taboo topics. You’re not alone. Many women in perimenopause and menopause learn to keep quiet and not complain about what’s happening in or to their bodies.

Well, October is Menopause Awareness Month, a time to shed light on this critical topic. Like perimenopause, menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, low energy, and more can continue to become a challenge to manage without proper support.

Get support for a more comfortable journey through perimenopause & menopause:

  • Look us up and join our Amberen Perimenopause & Menopause Facebook group. Virtually meet other perimenopausal or menopausal women just like you from the safety of your home. Share in your experiences, learn more about our products, get educational tips, and more!
  • Many of us are now working from home. Whether you’re homebound or back in your office, try balancing your 9-5 with exercise. There are benefits of exercising during perimenopause and best types of workouts if you’re over fifty. Perimenopausal and menopausal women can equally take advantage of the benefits of going for a walk or jog outside. Staying mobile can help improve your energy level, allow you to regulate optimal BMI, improve overall health, and boost mood by building your confidence.
  • Make Amberen a part of your daily morning routine. Clinically shown to be safe and effective, Amberen is here for you whether you’re in perimenopause or menopause. Both Amberen Perimenopause and Amberen Menopause offer multiple symptom, clinically tested relief without hormones, drugs, or herbs.
  • Talk to your doctor. Speak up about your symptoms brought on by hormonal imbalance. Your doctor can help you design a health plan that may work for you. This may include an annual well-woman exam, suggestions on an exercise regimen, and a nutritional program that promotes healthier lifestyle choices.

Final Thoughts

We’ve been dedicated to helping women like you and our products are backed by more than 45 years of scientific research into our core ingredients. Discover a better way of handling your perimenopause and menopause symptoms. Don’t do it alone. Take Amberen with you for this remarkable next chapter of your life. Stock up on your Amberen stash this fall and get Amberen on Amazon for 20% OFF. Hurry before this exclusive offer ends.

Cheers to menopause awareness and to feeling like yourself again with Amberen!

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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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