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Fairhaven Health Offers Natural Products to Help Normalize Women's Menstrual Cycles, Improve Conception Odds
Date:7/31/2013

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Women working late night shifts may also want to consider taking a supplement that includes melatonin, a hormone that reaches its peak level during the dark hours. Melatonin helps control women’s menstrual cycles, triggering the release of estrogen and progesterone. A disruption in a woman’s natural circadian rhythm may cause an imbalance in melatonin, estrogen and progesterone levels, resulting in menstrual cycle irregularities and fertility issues. OvaBoost, an all-natural supplement designed to help improve egg quality and optimize ovarian function, contains melatonin, folic acid, and coenzyme Q10. OvaBoost is recommended for all trying-to-conceive women, especially those trying to conceive later in life or those diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Fairhaven Health also offers a patented light technology to help improve women’s hormonal balance and regulate menstrual cycles. Luness, a small bedside device that projects light based on monthly moon cycles, works to synchronize a woman’s menstrual cycle with the moon cycle. Once her menstrual cycle is restored, Luness provides a color-coded fertility status each day to help couples time intercourse during the most fertile days each cycle.

About Fairhaven Health

Fairhaven Health manufactures a line of natural, doctor-designed products to promote fertility, pregnancy, and nursing health. They provide ovulation prediction tools, natural fertility supplements, prenatal vitamins, and breastfeeding support products, all of which are manufactured in U.S. GMP-certified and FDA regulated facilities.

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