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MenopauseMenopause marks the end of menstrual cycles for women. The average age of menopause for American women is 51, but the transition, which is called perimenopause, can begin several years before the final period. As many as three out of every four women experiences hot flashes, but a large number of women also experience cold flashes menopause. The underlying cause for both hot and cold flashes is the same: hormonal changes.

Estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate from high to low during perimenopause and then decrease to a low, steady level after menopause. The imbalanced hormone levels can affect body functions, particularly the function of your hypothalamus. The hypothalamus acts as your internal thermostat, and when hormones fluctuate, the hypothalamus releases chemicals to release heat from the blood vessels and cool the body. Unfortunately, this can lead to sudden cold flashes, chills and shivering, and you may as a result feel like you simply cannot get warm again.

You can limit the effects of cold flashes by dressing in layers that can be easily added or removed based on your body temperature. However, many women prefer to go straight to the root of the matter. DON’T PAUSE allows them to manage their hormone fluctuations without any unwanted ingredients or uncomfortable side effects. It uses a blend of complementary natural herbs that restore healthy balance and combat the symptoms of menopause for healthier overall function. Contact us today to find out more or to place your order for DON’T PAUSE.



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