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Signs of Hormone Change Mean Something!

Signs of Hormone Change Mean Something!

You recognize when you have a fever, cough and body aches that your body is telling you something - it needs to rest! You don't run out to your friend’s house or go jogging or run to mall to go shopping. You know these symptoms mean something and your body is communicating to you.

Symptoms of hormone change are telling you the same thing. Headaches, Insomnia, Joint pain, Irritability, Fatigue, and all the symptoms of Hormone decline - MEAN SOMETHING!

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Discover how easy it is to learn about your midlife hormone needs

Discover how easy it is to learn about your midlife hormone needs

The AVERAGE age of menopause is 52 years old.

And you can see that menopause symptoms PEAK between ages 50 to 54 - but they can occur much earlier or later than 52 years old as well!

For many of us, we can experience menopause symptoms for 10 years or longer.

Fortunately these days... if you become a "Savvy Sister" and discover how easy it is to learn about your own hormone needs - you can also restore your own hormones with Organic Bioidentical Hormones - now available over the counter.

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Hormone Balance Does Not Need to be Daunting!

Hormone Balance Does Not Need to be Daunting!

Hormone Balance can seem daunting if you haven't had some guidance to help you understand how the pieces all work together.

I have found that for Midlife Women - the best place to start to balance hormones is to restore Sex Hormones to Youthful levels first and foremost. It's the easiest thing a woman can do.

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Estrogen and Anti-Aging. What does ESTROGEN do FOR AGING and YOUR SKIN?

Estrogen and Anti-Aging. What does ESTROGEN do FOR AGING and YOUR SKIN?

Aging doesn’t have to be SCARY! Especially if you stay informed and do what you can to BALANCE your HORMONES and take SUPPLEMENTS that keep you looking and FEELING YOUNG!

What does ESTROGEN do FOR AGING and YOUR SKIN?!

Many women report a sudden onset of skin aging several months after menopausal symptoms begin.

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Experiencing Hot Flashes BEFORE Menopause?

Experiencing Hot Flashes BEFORE Menopause?

And you thought they were only supposed to come AFTER your period was over!

Nope! That's not the case because it is the BALANCE of your hormones and the steady production of your hormones that keep hot flashes at bay.

It's a sudden feeling of heat and sometimes a red, flushed face and sweating. We don't know exactly what causes them, but they may be related to changes in circulation.

Hot flashes start when blood vessels near the skin's surface widen to cool off, making you break out in a sweat. Some women have a rapid heart rate or chills, too.

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