Clinical Studies Show the Effectiveness of Natural Remedies for the Relief of Pre-Menopause and Menopause Symptoms

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A new company, Life Factor Research, challenges conventional thinking about the causes of pre-menopause, menopause and post menopause symptoms and advocates a natural, holistic approach to relieve the suffering of millions of women.

Some women get sweet cravings. Some ride an emotional roller coaster with wild mood swings, anxiety and irritability. Others get brain-fog, memory lapses; have difficulty concentrating, trouble sleeping or loss of sexual desire;

Life Factor Research, whose stated aim is to help women in all phases of the inevitable turning points that mark their lives, have launched a range of natural products designed to alleviate the suffering of women in the years before menopause, the time women are in menopause and in the years following menopause.

Inevitably, every woman reaches an age when her body undergoes some kind of hormonal and metabolic change which is often accompanied by symptoms such as: PMS, Hot Flashes, Night Sweats, Loss of Libido, Sleep Disorders and Stubborn Weight Gain. These symptoms can begin well before what many women would think of as pre-menopausal or menopausal age.

The most commonly held belief is that the female hormones, Estrogen and Progesterone, are the main cause of pre-menopausal and menopausal symptoms.

However, Life Factor Research’s approach challenges this conventional thinking. Don Bodenbach, Co-Founder and Product Developer says: “These minor hormones play a relatively small role compared to the hormones that control a woman’s entire metabolism; their major hormones, Insulin, Adrenalin and Cortisol”.

The Life Factor Research approach endorses a 90 day 3-step plan: first, to identify the source of the hormonal imbalance and embrace a new way of thinking about menopausal symptoms; second, to utilize high quality natural supplements; and thirdly, to understand the relationship between diet and hormonal imbalance. “It’s when your major hormones are out of balance that all your hormones are in big trouble. There’s a tight range of proper function and a give-and-take relationship between Insulin on one side, and Adrenalin and Cortisol on the other”, Bodenbach says. “Women can often pump these hormones into their system in excess without realizing it, leading to a lot of unnecessary suffering. And these things turn out to be completely in their control, often with relatively minor lifestyle changes”.

Life Factor Research’s method seeks to balance a woman’s major hormones and to heal their metabolism so safely and effectively addressing the root cause of their suffering in order to reduce or eliminate menopausal symptoms. Bodenbach adds, “That’s the problem with HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy), it simply doesn’t address the real cause of a woman’s distress, it merely looks at the symptoms. Millions of women out there are needlessly suffering”.
Increasingly, many women are rejecting HRT due to its well publicized risks that include a higher incidence of heart disease, breast cancer, blood clots and stroke. Life Factor Research’s products utilize clinically proven natural plant based extracts. Randomized placebo controlled double blind studies of Lifenol®, the key ingredient in Life Factor ProEsta®, were proven to safely reduce menopausal associated disorders and to support women’s hormonal balance. In a similar study, Life Factor SomniSure®, containing the natural ingredient Cyracos®, was cynically proven to reduce the manifestation of stress by 32% and reduce stress associated symptoms by 72%.

Life Factor Research is where women in transition can find natural, clinically proven, safe solutions for rejuvenating their health and quality of life. Its purpose is to address the all-inclusive metabolic needs of women, with natural products, expert knowledge and a nurturing support community.
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