Menopause is a natural and perfectly normal biological process of a woman’s life and ends her fertile life, it usually occurs between ages of 40 and 58, although in some situations can occur precociously around the 30s. This stage means a reduction in the activity of the ovaries, which cease to release eggs monthly, and at the same time, they begin to be produced in a smaller amount of estrogen. Even though is a normal process, the hormonal imbalances that women experience in menopause and peri-menopause can result in a set of symptoms that cause high discomfort, causing an important impact on various aspects of the woman’s life, which makes this stage a very difficult period.
Signs of (peri)menopause include:
- Night sweats
- Sleeping problems including insomnia
- Mood swings
- Increased appetite
- Weight gain, especially in the stomach area
- Vaginal dryness
- Loss of libido
- Sudden heats
For many women, no treatment is needed because symptoms tend to disappear by themselves, or because they can tolerate them without great discomfort. However, there are situations where women need treatment to improve their quality of life and help control symptoms. Treatments can be hormonal, but there are situations where this type of therapy is contraindicated, so the best choice is natural products such as Cimipause® 200.
Cimipause® 200 is a herbal non-hormonal product adapted to all women, which helps reduce the discomfort caused by climacteric and menopause. Cimipause® 200 is a complete and safe product that has in its composition an extract of cimifuga racemosa rhizome, a native plant from Canada and the east of the USA that has a set of beneficial and clinically proven properties in reducing discomfort caused by menopause and climacteric, such as hot flashes, excessive sweating, sleep disorders and irritability, contributing in this way to greater well-being during this complicated phase of life.
Cimipause® 200 also has Vitamins B5 and B6 that contribute to the regulation of hormonal activity and to the normal functioning of the nervous system and psychological function, in addition to vitamin E which plays a key role in the metabolism and protection of cells and vitamin D3 that acts directly in controlling the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the body, important for the prevention of osteoporosis and maintenance of bones under normal conditions.