Lifeline Care Menopause
Lifeline Care MENOPAUSE – a better change of life
|Application:||Lifeline Care MENOPAUSE: prevents and reduces menopausal symptoms.|
|Dosage:||2 red capsules in the morning (daily). 2 green capsules in the evening (daily).|
|Warnings/side effects:||Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. You should consult your doctor before taking vitamin K2 if you are taking anticoagulants. Store at room temperature. Store out of reach of children. Nutritional supplements should not be used as an alternative to a varied diet. It is important to maintain a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.|
The menopause is a phase of life. Different women experience the menopause in different ways. The body goes through changes that affect the woman during both the day and night. During the menopause it is important to keep active and eat a healthy diet to maintain your body’s overall well-being. By taking a nutritional supplement in addition to your normal diet you can boost your intake of certain important nutrients. Lifeline Care MENOPAUSE is a nutritional supplement that is especially designed for women who are approaching or going through the menopause. The combination of nutrients contained in the supplement may be beneficial for women in this phase of life. It can influence the extent and progression of both mental and physical changes. Some nutrients may prevent or reduce a number of potentially unpleasant symptoms. Omega-3 fatty acids, including DHA, help maintain normal vision and brain function. The fatty acids EPA and DHA work together to maintain the normal function of the heart. Evening primrose oil helps maintain normal metabolism and the normal elasticity and softness of the skin and mucous membranes. Vitamin K/K2 contribute to the maintenance of normal blood coagulation and normal bones. Vitamin D helps to maintain normal calcium levels in the blood and strong teeth. This contributes to maintenance of normal bone and muscle function. Vitamin D also has a role in cell division and helps maintain normal functioning of the immune system.
The menopause is a phase of life
The menopause is the time when a woman’s periods stop, while the time leading up to the menopause is sometimes known as the climacteric. In the years before the menopause, the levels of hormones in a woman’s body fluctuate and decline. The changes that occur in the body around the time of the menopause can cause a range of physical and mental symptoms that may be unpleasant. Different women experience the menopause in very different ways. Approximately 85% of women in Western countries will experience one or more menopausal symptoms such as:
- hot flushes and sweats
- physical changes such as fatigue and/or insomnia, irritability and mood changes
- vaginal dryness, reduced libido and minor urinary incontinence
Reduced hormone production and other changes in the body may also lead to an increased risk of developing conditions such as osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. There are many things one can do to improve one’s health and quality of life during this phase of life. Make use of your own lifetime of experience and take extra good care of yourself. Many women find that as they get older they feel more secure in themselves and their surroundings. Make this phase of your life an exciting time filled with enjoyment and optimism.
The capsules contain gelatine from stock animals (not including pigs). They should be stored at room temperature out of reach of children. Manufactured in Norway/the EU in accordance with GMP Contains 2 x 60 capsules