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October 18 is designated World Menopause Day by the World Health Organisation.
Isnโ€™t it amazing to realize that every women, no matter where she lives or what she does, experiences menopause?
Isnโ€™t it sad that women still lack dependable information, so they can make informed decisions about their health care?

A completely natural supplement called vitalWOMAN can help women manage their menopause and minimise the often unpleasant symptoms at that time as well as help protect against osteoporosis in later life.

Key Ingredients
Soy-isoflavones - These phyto oestrogens (oestrogens derived from plants) act as true oestrogens in the body redressing the reducing levels of oestrogen that occur prior to, during and after the menopause. It is these reduced levels of oestrogen that can contribute to a range of menopausal symptoms including hot flushes, mood swings, vaginal dryness and sleep disturbances. By offering the body natural oestrogenic molecules, vitalWOMAN offsets these symptoms making it a viable and natural alternative to conventional HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy).

Microalgae Klamath AFA-Freshยฎ - Klamath is the most nutrient dense substance on the planet and offers significant support for this transition in a womanโ€™s life for three main reasons:
1. its rich supply of minerals, amino acids and fatty acids (over 70 nutrients in an organic, easily absorbable form) provides the essential nutrients required for hormone production and regulation
2. it is the only food known to contain significant quantities of phenylethylamine (PEA), the amino acid we produce when we experience happiness, love and joy. Sometimes called a neurohormone, PEA has specific neuroregenerating properties and is responsible for increasing brain attention, mental acuity and improving mood. By directly increasing the level of freely circulating dopamine in the brain, PEA improves executive functions such as constructive thought, concentration, short term memory and motivation. Dopamine is then further involved in the regulation of other hormones, including insulin and is necessary for the generation of pleasurable feelings and sexual desire.
3. it supplies nitrogenase, an important enzyme within the human body which helps regulate blood flow. Hot flushes occur when blood rushes to the skinโ€™s surface, so by tempering this blood flow Klamath Alga lessens the effects of this distressing menopausal symptom.

Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh) has a long history of success during the menopause. While it is unclear quite how it works, research and anecdotal evidence over thousands of years show it can relieve hot flushes/sweats, sleep disturbances and irritability as effectively as conventional HRT.

Angelica archangelica contains an abundance of substances that help regulate female hormones and improve blood circulation. It has been used for centuries to help regulate the female hormonal system.

vitalWOMAN is an exciting and unique supplement for women in mid life and beyond and is particularly appealing to women who prefer a natural alternative to orthodox HRT.

How do I take vitalWOMAN?
Take one capsule mid morning and one mid evening. If already taking HRT, gradually build up to this maintenance dose whilst gradually reducing your HRT dose.
Where can I buy vitalWOMAN? You can find vitalWOMAN at 50 capsules cost ยฃ15.00
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On behalf of Simply Vital
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vitalWOMAN - Composition (in vegetable cellulose capsules)
โ€ข Microalgae Klamath AFA-Freshยฎ (Aphanizomenon flos aquae) - 200mg
โ€ข Soya (Glycine max. non-genetically modified) fruit extract (40% isoflavones) 200mg
โ€ข Cimicifuga racemosa root and leaf extract (2.5% triterpenglycosides) - 50 mg
โ€ข Angelica archangelica root extract - 50 mg
โ€ข Free from: artificial colours, gluten, lactose, preservatives, starch, sugar, salt, yeast and genetically
modified ingredients.

vitalWOMAN is produced by Simply Vital Ltd whose products:
โ€ข are developed and produced in accordance with strict regulatory requirements
โ€ข are based on good science and are supported by clinical trials
โ€ข encourage healing at the deepest level
โ€ข work in synergy with other complementary therapies
โ€ข are suitable for vegetarians and vegans
โ€ข Find out more at

Editors Note
Menopause symptoms
In most cases, the first symptom of the peri-menopause is a change in your usual menstrual pattern. You may find that your period starts to appear every 2-3 weeks, or you may not have one for months at a time. The amount of menstrual blood loss may also change with most women finding that it increases slightly.

Hot flushes and night sweats
A hot flush is a sudden feeling of heat in your upper body, which can start in your face, neck, or chest, before spreading upwards and downwards. You may find that the skin on your face, neck, and chest becomes red and patchy, and you may start to sweat. You may also experience a change in your heart rate; it may become very rapid (known as tachycardia), or irregular and stronger than usual (known as palpitations). Hot flushes that occur at night are called night sweats. Most hot flushes only last for a few minutes, and are most common in the first year after your final period.
Sleep disturbance
Many menopausal women have trouble sleeping due to night sweats, but sleep disturbance may also occur as a result of a mood disorder, such as anxiety, or a primary sleep disorder, such as insomnia (difficulty sleeping). You may find that a lack of sleep makes you irritable, and that you have problems with your short-term memory and ability to concentrate.
Vaginal symptoms
During the peri-menopause, you may experience vaginal dryness, itching, or discomfort. This can cause sex to become difficult, or painful, which is known as dyspareunia. These symptoms combined are known as vaginal atrophy. Approximately 30% of women experience the symptoms of vaginal atrophy during the early post-menopausal period, and up to 47% of women have them during the later post-menopausal period. However, in some cases, it is possible to experience vaginal atrophy more than 10 years after your final period.
Urinary symptoms
During the menopause, you may find that you become prone to recurrent lower urinary tract infections, such as cystitis. You may also experience an urgent need to pass urine, and need to pass it more often than normal.
How long do menopausal symptoms last?
Without treatment, most menopausal symptoms are self-limiting, which means that they gradually stop happening naturally. This usually happens 2-5 years after the symptoms start.

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