Millions of women around the world suffer from some type of hormonal imbalance, whether it be Menopause or perimenopause, postmenopause, severe PMS, surgical menopause, adrenal fatigue or some thyroid disorder. Most women have symptoms or disorders related to a decline in hormonal activity. It is estimated that only one in three women is free of these symptoms. Beyond the hormonal implications, symptoms or early menopause and related conditions are also connected to your stress levels, poor nutrition, lack of exercise, and the environmental toxins your body is exposed to every day. The truth is that while some of these conditions are unavoidable, their symptoms are not.
The transition that a woman lives through these stages can be smooth and pleasant..
Menopause, or permanent loss of menstruation, correlated with a drop in estrogen production, produces metabolic problems and discomfort.
For this reason, the quality of life decreases and a series of problems arise, among which are: loss of energy, fatigue, decreased ability to concentrate and memory, depression, lack of motivation, irritability, muscle weakness, decreased sexual desire or impotence, decreased physical stamina, insomnia, weight gain, dry skin, osteoporosis, joint pain, and decreased height.