Hormone Replacement for Women Approaching or Going Through Menopause

Women approaching menopause can suffer tremendously with hormone fluctuations resulting in weight gain, mood swings, dryness, decreased bone density and those dreadful hot flashes.

This is most common in women who are going through perimenopuase or menopause because their body is no longer producing the same amount of hormones it did during child bearing years.

Some women immediately ask their doctor for hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Others try alternative methods for balancing hormones including changing their diet, exercise, nutrition supplementation and lifestyle behavior modifications.

Although the natural methods may not work as quickly and may not be as noticeable they are better overall for the body then jumping right into hormone replacement therapy.

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