35 Symptoms of Menopause

35 Symptoms of Menopause

In this blog you can read all about the 35 symptoms related to Menopause and changes in hormonal balance.
Click on the blog subjects to find out more... Common symptoms included in more detail:

Hot Flushes:

Common Signs

Sudden, intense feelings of heat
Rapid or irregular heartbeat and pulse

Caution: Hot Flushes come without warning

Hot flushes are the body's reaction to decreased oestrogen levels. About 75 to 85% of women are estimated to get hot flushes when they're in menopause. Some women may experience up to 30 of these episodes each day. They can occur suddenly, spreading a rash of heat that races over the entire face and upper body. It can happen during a job interview, at a business lunch or a romantic dinner.

There's nothing cool about a hot flush
Hot flushes are a vasomotor symptom of menopause, which means that they can affect the functioning of the vascular and motor systems of the body.

Amberen can help.
Amberen delivers effective, clinically proven assistance in the management of hot flushes by helping the body naturally balance its hormone levels*.

Night Sweats:
Common Signs

Sudden and intense heat
Irregular heartbeat

Night sweats never sleep
Hormonal imbalance is a 24-hour issue. During menopause many women experience episodes of nighttime sweating, because oestrogen levels are often especially low at night. Night sweats are basically nocturnal hot flushes.

It's hard to have a good day after a bad night

Night sweats affect a woman's sleep cycle, which can set in motion a whole range of additional problems, including energy levels, ability to concentrate and general wellbeing.

Amberen: the difference is night and day!
Amberen is clinically proven to help manage night sweats by supporting normal hormonal balance*. Thanks to Amberen, thousands of women are sleeping instead of sweating! You could be next!

Irregular Periods:

Common Signs

Infrequent/too frequent periodsMissed periods
  1. Painful cramping
  2. Abnormal bleeding
  3. Changes in blood flow
  4. Blood clots

Are your periods becoming erratic?
You are noticing spotting, mid-cycle bleeding or very heavy bleeding. The time between your periods is becoming erratic. What's going on? As menopause approaches, approximately 90% of women begin experiencing irregular periods.

It's all about hormonal balance
Irregular menstrual bleeding is a sign that there is a problem with your hormonal signals. In order to have a period, your body produces hormones, such as oestrogen and progesterone. These hormones are found in the hypothalamus, pituitary gland and ovaries. In order to trigger ovulation and menstruation, these parts of the body need to send signals to one another. This process is closely controlled by the hypothalamus. As you age, the hypothalamus function declines and these signals are thrown out of order, causing irregular periods.

Your periods can be normal again, so can your life

The good news is that the weakening of your hormonal system is still in its early stages, so this is the perfect time to naturally strengthen and rejuvenate it with Amberen*. In clinical trials Amberen demonstrated a remarkable ability to restore period regularity and other hormone-related symptoms in early menopausal women without any side effects*.

Loss of Libido:

Common Signs
Vaginal Dryness, Itchiness, Burning
Pain during intercourse
Loss of sex drive
Low energy

Menopause can drive your sex life below speed limit

During menopause, up to 40% of women lose the desire for intimacy. Some find that they don't think about sex nearly as much as they used to. Others may still want to have sex, but symptoms like vaginal dryness, itchiness and burning, combined with a volatile emotional state and other menopausal challenges, make it almost impossible for them to enjoy it.

Your hormones might need retuning
Hormones play an important role in maintaining an active sex drive. Oestrogen is responsible for sensitivity during sex. Testosterone promotes sexual desire and vaginal lubrication. Progesterone elevates libido. One's menopausal loss of libido is caused by an imbalance in the levels of oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone. But now there's Amberen.

Amberen puts you back in the driver seat
The beauty of Amberen is that it addresses the root of the problem – the weakened ability of the body to balance female sex hormones*. In clinical trials, Amberen proved to be an effective yet gentle solution for restoring female desire for and comfort with intimacy.

Mood Swings & Irritability:

Common Signs
Frequent mood changes
Increased stress

Mood swings cause bad things
Menopause can be an emotional roller-coaster. When hormonal balance goes, emotional balance follows. During this period many women experience severe mood swings, become unreasonably angry and frustrated over seemingly benign issues. Most women find that constant irritability makes it much harder for them to deal with the daily stresses of life. In medical terms these are psychoemotional symptoms of menopause.

It's easy to fall when you're not in control
Because hormones control our mood and emotions, a woman frequently has little control over her behaviour, which may affect her relationships both at home and at work. Increased stress triggers a vicious cycle, causing damage to the body's hormonal system and causing more side effects from stress.

Amberen helps hormonal balance. Hormonal balance helps your mood!
Now, there's something that can put you back in control of your emotions. In clinical trials Amberen showed remarkable effectiveness in helping to manage psychoemotional symptoms of menopause*. In fact, most women report that mood swings and irritability are the first symptoms to fade as a result of taking Amberen*.

Low Energy:

Common Signs
Lack of motivation
Decreased productivity
Difficulty Concentrating

Menopause can cause an energy crisis
Lack of energy is one of the most common symptoms of menopause, affecting approximately 80% of menopausal women. Like other symptoms of menopause, lack of energy is caused by disruption in hormonal balance, which affects energy production on a cellular level (mitochondrial function). It can have a dramatic impact on your life, as suddenly you lose motivation and drive to do things you need to do or used to love doing.

Bad energy is very real
Many women increase their use of stimulants, such as coffee, energy drinks, herbal extracts, etc. But these choices can be bad for you, as well. Stimulants create false energy, leaving us more exhausted at deeper levels. They also deplete our bones of their minerals, weaken our core energy and negatively affect sleep. But, now there's Amberen.

Amberen powers the mitochondria. The mitochondria powers your body.
Amberen contains intermediary energy metabolites, which are molecules that occur naturally within our cells to allow mitochondria to produce energy*. Mitochondrion is a power plant inside the human cell. Clinically proven Amberen revitalises the trillions of mitochondria throughout the body. In turn, this naturally promotes energy throughout cells, organs and tissues of the body*.

Weight Gain:

Common Signs
Excessive weight gain
Increased abdominal fat deposits
Failed exercise plan
Failed diet plan

Menopause: more pain, more weight gain.
As if hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings and headaches aren't enough, there's more pain – irregular and, sometimes uncontrollable, weight gain. Approximately 90% of menopausal women experience it. A so-called menopause-related weight gain typically does not respond to diet, exercise or other lifestyle efforts. There is abundant scientific evidence, which has become common knowledge, linking weight gain (especially abdominal type of weight gain) to menopause. During menopause, the oestrogen levels decline rapidly, causing your body to undergo a complex hormonal shift.

What you may not know can make you heavier
Oestrogen plays a huge role in menopausal weight gain. As the ovaries produce less oestrogen, the body looks for other places to get needed oestrogen from. Fat cells can produce oestrogen, so the body reprograms itself to convert calories into fat to increase oestrogen levels. Naturally, when the healthy hormonal balance in the body is restored, the body may switch off its contingency mechanisms that store additional fat. This could make weight loss at menopause a lot more attainable.

Amberen may help!
Clinically proven Amberen delivers a gentle, effective and complete solution by helping the body naturally balance oestrogen levels*.

DISCLAIMER: Although weight loss was not clinically evaluated by test administrators during the Amberen clinical trials, some women report varying degrees of weight loss as a result of becoming more hormonally balanced with their use of Amberen's recommended 90-day course. A healthy diet and proper exercise are always recommended for any weight loss efforts.

Difficulty Concentrating:

Common Signs
Frequent mental blocks
Decreased problem solving

Forgetting about it?
If you are in menopause or perimenopause, you may find that you have trouble concentrating, remembering names or solving problems and you generally feel like your brain, especially short-term memory, isn't functioning at its best. Other menopausal symptoms, such as hot flushes, irritability and sleeplessness can exacerbate this decline.

Think hormonal balance
It's widely accepted that difficulty concentrating throughout menopause is linked to hormonal imbalance. During menopause, your oestrogen levels are thrown out of whack. Through a series of reactions, oestrogen controls the function of neurotransmitters, especially acetylcholine (affecting memory). With a decline in oestrogen levels, neurotransmitters start malfunctioning and your ability to concentrate suffers. So, maintaining hormone balance is paramount to promoting good concentration and memory.

Concentrate on Amberen
In clinical trials menopausal women who took Amberen showed significantly improved problem-solving abilities as a result of better mental clarity and ability to concentrate.


Common Signs
Trouble falling asleep
Frequent sleep disruption
Night sweats
Tossing and turning

Less sleep means more problems
Most women begin having trouble sleeping during early stages of perimenopause and continue to experience sleeplessness throughout their entire menopausal phase. According to the National Sleep Foundation, approximately 40% of menopausal women have sleep problems caused by night sweats. But, as with other symptoms, the main reason for affected sleep cycles is hormonal imbalance.Sleeping difficulties can lead to other problems, such as daytime drowsiness.

Healthy sleep restores. Sleeplessness ruins.
Healthy sleep is paramount for your body. Without solid, restorative sleep, you age faster, tire easier and remember less. Your reactions slow, increasing your risk of getting into an accident. Your job may suffer because your productivity goes down. Your relationships can suffer because you're just not yourself. Lack of sleep compounds other menopausal problems and can lead to devastating effects on your health.

Most people sleep at night. With Amberen, so can you!
Often women have no other choice but to turn to pharmaceutical sleep aids, which can be addictive and have other serious side-effects. If you are experiencing sleep problems, you may be relieved to know that now there's a solution that's effective and free of side effects. In clinical trials, Amberen naturally promoted healthy sleep cycles in perimenopausal and menopausal women*.


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