Why Should Women Risk Their Health To Find
Relief From Menopause?
Menopause is tough enough as it is.....
Hot Flashes, Mood Swings, Night Sweats, Vaginal Dyness, Sleeplessness, and more.....
The effects on quality of life are ever present thanks to the big M.....
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1) In 2002, the large scale Women's Health Initiative study was cut short when it became apparent that thepharmaceutical option, Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), increased women's risk for breastcancer,heart disease and stroke. Researchers have continued to tinker with HRT, offeringestrogen-only therapy or lighter doses. But still no one's certain about the long-term effects.
2) When the risks to HRT became evident, sales for the natural alternative black cohosh soared. But in 2006 Australia and the UK recommended labeling black cohosh supplements with warnings about liver toxicity. In 2008, the nonprofit organization the US Pharmacopeia followed suit. While small in number and not clearly cause-related, dozens of cases of liver problems associated with black cohosh use have been documented worldwide. Black cohosh use has also been associated with other side effects like vaginal bleeding, dizziness, low blood pressure, muscle damage and nausea.
3) Phytoestrogens– plant substances that bind with estrogen receptors – like soy isoflavones, pomegranate, rhubarb and red clover have also come under fire. Concerns have been raised again over whether plant estrogens, like human estrogens, may increase your risk for certain breast cancers. Data suggests this might be the case.
4) In 2007, a review committee of the National Toxicology Program, part of the National Institute of Environmental Health, found the most active isoflavone of soy called genistein increased the risk of mammary and thyroid tumors in rats. The specific role they play in humans is still unclear. The safety of phytoestrogens for women is still unknown.
5) The nutritional supplement Amberen is the newest solution on the scene. But does it raise estrogen levels dangerously high as per the clinical study? No research assures its safety with respect to estrogen positive breast cancer.
The options out there aren't too pleasing for a woman looking for something safe and reliable. Too many of the most popular forms of menopause relief on the market come with big question marks when it comes to safety and efficacy.
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And what standards for safety and efficacy women should look for in menopause supplements.
Women going through menopause shouldn't have to sacrifice safety for relief.
You shouldn't have doubts and questions about whether you've made a wise choice or tradeoff. Women should feel assured by research, not more confused and uncertain.
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