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Symptoms of Low Estrogen Levels.

A women’s body needs a certain level of estrogen to function properly and an estrogen deficiency can cause negative effects in the body. Low estrogen levels can cause raised LDL, the bad cholesterol, and lowered HDL, the good cholesterol. Women with a low estrogen level also tend to have low blood pressure. Women with a low estrogen level can have depression, thin hair, poor memory and other low estrogen level deficiency symptoms. Women with low estrogen levels are also at risk of bone loss that leads to osteoporosis.


 

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  • Helps normalize hormonal levels,
  • Helps diminish night sweats and hot flashes.
  • Helps soothe and stabilize mood, reducing moodiness, depression and irritability.
  • Helps reduce the uncomfortable and painful menopause signs and menopause symptoms such as pain, cramping and headache.

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Many of the menopause symptoms women experience can also be attributed to low estrogen levels and estrogen deficiency. Hot flashes are a sign and symptom of low estrogen levels. The most common cause of vaginal dryness is low estrogen levels. Fatigue, along with dry skin, poor memory and many other menopause symptoms, is also a sign and symptom of low estrogen levels.

Sign and Symptoms of Low Estrogen Levels:

  • Rapid pulse rate
  • Bloating
  • Fatigue that worsens during the day
  • Constant fatigue, lethargy and fatigue on light exertion.
  • Short-term memory failure
  • Poor Memory
  • Hot flashes
  • Joint pain, swelling and stiffness
  • Decreased Sex Drive
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Low Back Pain
  • Dry skin
  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Recent unexplained weight gain

In the past, women looked to synthetic hormones to remedy the symptoms of low estrogen levels. Recent studies showing clear dangers associated with synthetic hormone replacement therapy spurred a renewed interest in HRT natural alternatives.

There are a number of food and herb sources that provide plant-based phytoestrogen for HRT natural alternatives that can combat the cause of symptoms of low estrogen levels by naturally supplying the body with estrogen forms readily processed by the body. By addressing the effects of estrogen deficiency with HRT natural alternatives, women reduce their risks of HRT related side effects, conditions and diseases.

Although menopause is the time of estrogen deficiency and symptoms of low estrogen levels, premenopausal women can also have estrogen deficiencies and symptoms of low estrogen levels. In either case, HRT natural alternatives are well advised.

 

 

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