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How it all works
Menopause is often a dreaded time for women due to its many uncomfortable symptoms including the most reviled — hot flashes.
Honestly, who wants a semi-sleepless night of repeatedly tossing away covers after waking up drenched in sweat only to be reaching for those blankets minutes later when the hot flash passes?
Beyond temperature changes, there are psychological effects and dryness.
With all that, it’s easy to see why many menopausal women are moody, emotional and distressed.
Since low progesterone has been linked with increased risk of osteoporosis and lowered immunity, using a progesterone cream can help reduce bone loss, increase resistance to illness and lower reactivity to common allergens. Also, because women with a long-term progesterone deficiency are more likely to develop heart disease, as well as breast, endometrial, ovarian and uterine cancers, it is speculated that using a progesterone cream may help reduce this risk.
Really, it’s no wonder women experiencing these changes are often scouring the market for any product that might provide comfort and relief.
That’s where West Coast progesterone cream comes in.
When a woman is menopausal, certain hormone levels like progesterone start to decline.This imbalance sets off a whole list of reactions within the body. If you are wanting to avoid pills that can come with a long list of possible side effects, you may want to check out the alternative. Progesterone cream from West Coast which is available at this office only. This cream is considered by many as a natural alterative to hormone replacement therapy.
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