Low estrogen levels are most common in women who are approaching menopause. And still, note that women of any age can experience low estrogen symptoms. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and risks associated with low estrogen levels will help to determine the best treatment options available.
When people mention the kudzu leaf or kudzu plant (Pueraria lobata), they usually describe it as a type of invasive species of vine. It has starchy white roots and flowers. Kudzu actually belongs to the pea family but don’t expect to harvest any type of fruit from this vine. During a local kudzu infestation, this vine spreads rapidly across fields. Its vines wrap around and cover entire plants.
Is daidzein, one of the main isoflavones in soy, truly the key to women’s health as they age? What perks does it offer, and what are its downsides? Being the curious folks that we are, we set out on a quest to find out as much as possible about this organic compound. And of course, we’re going to show you everything we’ve learned so far.
Homeopathy is an alternative medicine practice that relies on the body’s capability to heal itself. Since it makes use of natural ingredients, some women may consider looking into homeopathic remedies for menopause to seek comfort from the symptoms.
There are so many products claiming to be the best estrogen supplements. To make the right choice you need to know what ingredients should be in a reliable estrogen supplement, as well as how estrogen (phytoestrogen) works in your body. Many of these compounds can be found in plants and thus are called phytoestrogens. Below are some of the best ways to help your body maintain good estrogen levels.
Kwao Krua Kao or White Kwao Krua is known across Thailand for helping women maintain and regain their youthfulness and vitality, giving hope to those fighting against menopause’s many undesirable effects. If you’re in your 40s, especially if you’ve been noticing symptoms like dry skin and weight gain, you might benefit from this herb. But before that, let’s begin with an important clarification.
Menopause is typically associated with all sorts of undesirable symptoms. One of its most obvious effects is rapid aging after menopause, which can be attributed to the significant decrease in a woman’s estrogen levels.
So you’ve heard about how herbal estrogen can help women in all sorts of ways. And now, you’re beginning to wonder whether you yourself could benefit from it. Well, to find out whether plant-derived estrogen, aka phytoestrogen, can give you the perks you’re looking for, you’ll have to begin by answering one important question: what exactly is it?
Are you wondering if phytoestrogen supplements might help you with a current health concern? This guide might provide you a bird’s eye view of the details to help you decide whether it is for you or not. In this guide, we will go over some key details.
Oestriol cream (known as estriol in the US), is the British spelling of the same medication commonly sold under the brand names Gynest and Ovestin Cream. Oestriol is used as a form of HRT or hormone replacement therapy. If you are considering hormone replacement therapy and you don’t want to take any HRT pills, then this cream may be a viable alternative solution.
As women grow older, they have to face the reality that they'll suffer a hormonal imbalance as levels of their female sex hormones start to decrease. Instead of going the traditional route of hormone replacement therapy, why not try natural hormone balance techniques? In this article, we'll explain what hormonal imbalance is and the 5 steps you can take to balance your hormones w/out using meds.
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