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Finding Menopause Relief with the Help of Natural Supplements
Date:12/19/2013

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Dec. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Menopause refers to the end of fertility and menstrual cycles. Although menopause is a natural process, it can trigger widespread symptoms, including menopause mood swings, menopause swollen joints, hot flashes, night sweats, breast tenderness and weight gain during menopause. Managing these symptoms can provide a more comfortable menopause experience and promote better overall health. Natural supplements can provide powerful menopause relief without the risk of negative side effects or discomfort.

The average age of menopause in the United States is 51, but symptoms can begin years earlier. Women who have hysterectomies may also experience menopause symptoms, including weight gain during menopauseand hot flashes. Natural supplements have a long history that dates back hundreds of years. Native Americans and ancient Chinese both incorporated herbs into their medicine to treat menopause symptoms. Women today can benefit from this ancient wisdom by incorporating natural ingredients into their own daily lives.

Today, menopause supplements such as DON'T PAUSE harness the power of these ancient ingredients and combine them with more recently recognized ingredients to create supplements that offer symptom relief. Researchers are constantly seeking to find new ways to understand the various ingredients and mechanisms of actions to provide women with healthy, effective natural treatment options that reduce symptoms and promote health.

Natural supplements can help maintain hormonal balance, which can reduce or even eliminate the symptoms that are associated with these swings and decreases. Natural supplements can also be used to address symptoms directly. Herbal ingredients can be used to address abdominal weight gain, ease joint discomfort and reduce hot flashes and mood swings. They can boost energy and help women live an active, healthy lifestyle.

The AntiAging Institute of California offers a wide range of natural products and supplements to help people enjoy good health throughout their lives. Their products are designed to reduce the risk of common age-related health problems, including menopause. DON'T PAUSE is a multi-ingredient proprietary blend of natural herbs that can address the 45 recognized symptoms of menopause so that women can continue to live happy, healthy lives.

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