What is Menopause?
Menopause, before and after...
Menopause usually happens more or less in midlife, signaling the end of the fertile phase of a woman's life. Menopause is perhaps most easily understood as the opposite process to menarche, the start of the monthly periods. However, menopause in women cannot satisfactorily be defined simply as the permanent "stopping of the monthly periods", because in reality what is happening to the uterus is quite secondary to the process; it is what is happening to the ovaries that is the crucial factor.
Thus menopause is based on the natural or surgical cessation of hormone production by the ovaries, which are a part of the body's endocrine system of hormone production, in this case the hormones which make reproduction possible and may influence sexual behavior. The resultant decreased levels of circulating estrogen impacts the entire cascade of a woman's reproductive functioning, from brain to skin.
Why it`s so challenging for women?
The menopause transition, and post-menopause itself, is a natural life change, not a disease state or a disorder. The transition itself can be challenging for a number of women,
As the body responds to the rapidly changing levels of natural hormones, a number of effects can appear.
Not every woman experiences bothersome levels of these effects, and even in those women who do experience strong effects, the range of effects and the degree to which they appear is very variable from person to person.
Those effects that are due to low estrogen levels (for example vaginal atrophy and skin drying) remain present even after the menopause transition years are over; however, many of the effects that are caused by the extreme fluctuations in hormone levels (for example hot flashes and mood changes) usually improve significantly once useing right food supplements, or the perimenopause transition time has been completed.
How can Medisoya helps?
The ingredients in Medisoya biologically active food supplement enrich the diet with natural isoflavones, vitamins, and minerals. They support the feminine body during the period before and after menopause. Medisoya helps normalize hormone balance due to intake of natural phytoestrogens; with long-term usage they help delay the oncome of the climacterical period and also ease its course.
Biologically active food supplement Medisoya:
- multifaceted help for women in the period before and after menopause,
- long term use delay menopause by maintaining proper estrogen levels in the female body,
- easys symptoms typical of menopause, like headaches, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood swing and overall psychological discomfort,
- maintains hormonal balance
Soya extract in Medisoya is rich in content of isoflavones
Considerably lessens climacteric symptoms.
It shows effects similar to action of female
organism's own estrogens. Medisoya is effective in a
pre-climacteric and climacteric period.
Menopause can cause some very uncomfortable symptoms for some women. The treatment of choice has been hormone replacement therapy(HRT)but new studies have shown that this treatment may have more risk than benefit. Medisoya is a good choice for menopausal women who do not want to risk HRT.
Medisoya is an organic supplement
Medisoya is more than just a menopause supplement. Medisoya is good for your health. The menopause supplement with Soya extract with rich content of isoflavones helps normalize hormone balance.
Medisoya is the perfect menopause supplement for active women.
Each container contains 60 gelatin capsules - monthly supply
Weight of each capsule: 520 mg