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What is Menopause?


Nutra Pause” has been shown in a controlled clinical study to significantly reduce the symptoms of menopause and relieves hot flashes.


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Menopause, strictly speaking, is the moment in time when a woman has had her last menstrual period and is no longer fertile, which is confirmed after she has not had a period for 12 months. More accurately, there is a time leading up to menopause, called perimenopause, during which a woman’s hormone levels begin to decrease, and then there is life following menopause, or post-menopause.


Though it is a natural biological process, and certainly not an illness, menopause can cause physical and emotional symptoms of varying severity that can be disruptive to sleep, energy, and emotional health, and which can be treated.


Menopause symptoms may vary from women to women simply because in addition to lower estrogen the symptoms may also be due to a decline in testosterone or progesterone and or an imbalance of one of these 3 hormones relative each other.


When does menopause usually begin?


The time leading up to menopause, called perimenopause, begins on average in women aged 45 years. However, it can start at any time between the ages of 39 and 51, and may last an average of 5 years. The average age of menopause for Canadian women is 51. Menopause isn’t always caused by the natural decline of hormone production in the body, however. It can also be brought on by one of the following:


• Hysterectomy • Chemotherapy and radiation therapy. • Primary ovarian insufficiency.


What are the signs and symptoms?


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Symptoms Related to Estrogen Deficiency


Estrogen Deficiency

Hot Flashes

Night Sweats

Vaginal Dryness


Short Term Memory Loss

Sleep Disturbances

Frequent Urinary Tract Infections


Estrogen Dominance


Water Retention


Mood Swings (PMS)

Breast Tenderness

Fibrocystic Breast Disease

Uterine Fibroids

Weight Gain (Hips)

Hypothyroid Symptoms

Bleeding Irregularities


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Symptoms Related to Low Testosterone


Testosterone Effects

Enhances Libido

Enhances Bone Formation

Improves Energy Level

Improves Mental Alertness

Improves Sense of Well-Being

Maintains Muscle Tone and Skin


 Testosterone Effects

Low Libido

Bone Loss


Memory Lapses

Depressed Feelings

Vaginal Dryness

How are the symptoms treated?


Depending on your menopausal symptoms and their severity, your doctor may recommend one or more of several treatments to provide you with some relief. These include:


Hormone therapy, is a treatment option for the disruptive symptoms of menopause, especially those considered moderate to severe. It can be prescribed as a pill or a patch. It is usually prescribed at the lowest effective dose, and it is recommended that you be re-evaluated periodically. Your healthcare provider will likely discuss the effects of hormone therapy on cancer risk, in particular the association of a slight increase in the risk of breast cancer with increased duration of therapy.


Selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs), which are a group of drugs that mimic the benefits of estrogen therapy on bone density.


Complementary and alternative medicines, such as Eucommia Ulmoides contained in Nutra Pause derived from flavanoids may be recommended for the treatment of certain mild symptoms however long term safety data in humans are still not conclusive. On the other hand epidemiological data from Asia tend to support a protective effect in countries whose diets are high in Phytoestrogens. The incidence of breast cancer is much lower in asian women whose diet is high in phytoestrogens




Resources: Helpful information and support networks on the internet:


1. The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. The Menopause Handbook. February 2006. Available at www.sogc.org


2. MayoClinic.com. Menopause: Definition. Accessed August 2, 2010. Available at www.mayoclinic.com/health/ menopause/DS00119


3. MayoClinic.com. Menopause: Causes. Accessed August 2, 2010. Available at www.mayoclinic.com/health/ menopause/DS00119/DSECTION=causes


4. MayoClinic.com. Menopause: Complications. Accessed August 2, 2010. Available at www.mayoclinic.com/ health/menopause/DS00119/DSECTION=complications


5. MayoClinic.com. Menopause: Treatments and Drugs. Accessed August 2, 2010. Available at www.mayoclinic. com/health/menopause/DS00119/DSECTION=treatments and drugs


6. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health. Understanding Menopause. Accessed August 2, 2010. Available at www.womenshealth.gov/menopause/


7. MayoClinic.com. Menopause: Lifestyle and Home Remedies. Accessed August 2, 2010. Available at www. mayoclinic.com/health/menopause/DS00119/DSECTION=lifestyle and home remedies








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