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Women Turn to Natural Menopause Remedies for Safe, Effective Relief
Date:12/21/2009

Don’t Pause is a completely natural menopause treatment that helps women get rid of their worst menopause and perimenopause symptoms. Don’t Pause contains other natural supplements that increase energy, vitality and promote weight loss to combat other common issues that women experience as they age.

(PRWEB) December 21, 2009 -- When a woman starts going through menopause, her entire life can change without warning. Menopause symptoms can cause undesirable reactions in the body that runs the gamut from hot flashes and weight gain to mood swings, sleeplessness and irritability. These menopause signs cause women to feel different as well as look different, since skin’s elasticity and overall vitality decrease dramatically with the onset of these menopause symptoms. In lieu of taking hormone replacement therapies to treat menopause signs, more and more women are turning to natural menopause remedies for a safer solution that is just as effective.

One of the most promising new natural menopause treatments is a supplement known as Don’t Pause. Don’t Pause is created by Dr. Shoreh Ershadi at the Beverly Hills Anti Aging Institute of California. Dr. Shoreh Ershadi is a Doctor of Pharmacology and Ph.D. in Clinical Biochemistry and Board Certified by A4M, American Academy of AntiAging Medicine. As President and CEO of the Anti Aging Institute of California, Dr. Shoreh Ershadi drew on all her past knowledge as well as scientific studies to create the impressive

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