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Natural Progesterone Skin and Hair
Often as we begin to age, many women experience the growth of additional skin hair, and hair growth in places they had not experienced it before. Facial hair on the chin, above the upper lip, darkened or thickened “sideburns”, chest or breast hair, and hair on the abdomen can all be sources of surprise for aging women. The fact is that skin hair has been growing in those areas all along, even on a woman’s face. However, prior to the onset of puberty, her skin and facial hair is much more delicate or “fine”, and is characterized by a type of hair called “vellus”. It isn’t until later that the hair becomes a different type known as “terminal”. Terminal hair is coarser, darker, thicker than vellus. An exception to this sequence of hair development is the case of women whose genetics and heredity dictate that they have more skin hair, or a type of skin hair that appears more prevalent than most, from the very outset of development. The appearance of darker, coarser or increased skin hair is often simply the result of the aging process (a little surprise your mother likely never told you about). As a woman’s body matures, nears and enters menopause, skin hair can increase and its appearance become more prevalent as a result of natural hormonal changes. In other cases, increased skin hair may be a sign of a condition known as “hirsutism”. However the condition is usually accompanied by additional symptoms including increased baldness, menstruation cessation and voice deepening. Over the years, there have been various methods for combating unwanted skin hair including shaving, tweezing, waxing, hormone treatments, electrolysis and laser treatments. There is an old myth or “wives tale” that continues to be promoted which states that shaving unwanted hair causes the hair to grow back thicker, darker and coarser. It’s not true. What actually happens is that razor shaving causes the shaved hair tip to be cut off bluntly. Consequently, the blunt hair end, as opposed to a fine end, appears larger, coarser and/or darker. Tweezing and waxing can be their own forms of minor torture, and laser treatments are costly and must be used with caution. Women with darker skin pigments can experience “blotching” of skin tones as a result of laser treatments. Electrolysis is the only permanent form of hair removal, but it can be costly as well, and is often described as a painful process. For women who experience minimal skin hair growth, the use of natural progesterone can help. Unlike other hormonal treatments, natural progesterone is not manufactured synthetically. It restores progesterone to the body, with the very same chemical makeup of the hormone that the body produces naturally. By restoring the natural hormonal balance of estrogens and progesterone in the body, especially post-menopausal, skin hair can actually decrease and become less noticeable again.
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Symptoms of Estrogen/Progesterone Imbalance
More and more often, women today are being diagnosed with hormonal imbalance. One of the reasons for the increased occurrence of hormonal imbalance is the prevalence of estrogen and “estrogen like” chemicals now commonly found in our food supply, pesticides, plastics and other common products and substances. Hormonal imbalances can be both unpleasant and disruptive experiences, even leading to life-threatening circumstances. Part of ensuring optimum health for women, means taking steps to ensure that hormonal health is promoted and protected. Estrogen and progesterone are two extremely important hormones in a woman’s body. These two hormones work together throughout a woman’s childbearing years, and continuing even after menopause, forming a delicate balance in maintaining hormonal health. During the first 10 days of a woman’s menstrual cycle, estrogen is produced, followed then by the production of progesterone when ovulation takes place. If pregnancy does not occur, then the levels of both hormones decrease, resulting in menstruation. After menopause, both estrogen and progesterone continue to be produced in the body at decreased levels. Whenever these two hormones are out of balance, the resulting symptoms may be uncomfortable at best, but can lead to situations that are extremely detrimental. Estrogen/progesterone imbalance occurs when there is an imbalance in the levels of estrogen versus the levels of progesterone in the body. Most often, this condition is manifested in estrogen dominance where there is an excess in the level of estrogen relative to the level of progesterone. How do you know if you are experiencing symptoms of estrogen/progesterone imbalance? Symptoms of imbalance between estrogen and progesterone occur as a result of a disruption between the balance of these two very important hormones. Symptoms may include: Allergy Depression Bloating and water retention Foggy thinking Endometriosis PMS Fibrocystic breasts Hair loss Osteoporosis Dizziness Facial hair growth Fatigue Anxiety Headaches Low sex drive Uterine fibroids Weight gain If you suspect that you may be suffering from symptoms of estrogen/progesterone imbalance, it’s a simple matter to be tested to determine whether or not you are. Don’t simply assume that the above symptoms are simple signs of aging. They aren’t. Take control of your health. Be aggressive in finding out the truth about the condition of your body, and steps you may take to improve your condition. If you are suffering with estrogen/progesterone imbalance, it may be that natural progesterone can help in restoring your body’s hormonal balance.
Having Trouble Sleeping During Menopause? Here’s What You Can Do About It
Menopause insomnia is more common than you may think. While it’s frustrating in and of itself, it also exacerbates all the other symptoms of menopause and can be the cause of mood swings and low libido. In fact, an April 2008 issue of Journal of Clinical Nursing published a report of a survey in which participants deemed sleep problems as the worst menopause symptom. It came in ahead of forgetfulness, hot flashes and irritability. The usual pattern For most women, sleep problems during menopause usually take the form of waking up in the early morning and not being able to get back to sleep for half an hour or more. What wakes you up may be night sweats, an anxiety attack, nightmare or seemingly nothing at all. Other women have trouble falling asleep when they go to bed at night. The causes Although the exact causes of menopause insomnia aren’t know, it’s thought menopausal women often wake up in the middle of the night due to fluctuations in body temperature, which are caused by hormone fluctuations. Usually you wake up when your body temperature has reached a high enough point that your system wakes you in attempt to get you to do something to cool off. That’s why so many women often wake up right before having night sweats. For other women, there may be no obvious feeling of being too warm, but from a change in estrogen levels, the body’s regulatory systems have gotten the signal they need to cool things down. In either case, it can take between 20 minutes to an hour or more before hormone levels settle enough to let you go back to sleep. Another common, though often overlooked, cause of insomnia during menopause are emotional issues like stress, anxiety, and depression. These feelings are often responsible for an inability to fall asleep after going to bed. Stress and worry keeps your mind skipping from one problem to the next and just won’t let you fall asleep. Although sometimes these emotions are caused by hormone fluctuations, they can also be caused by the prospect of facing major life changes such as retirement. Natural remedies So, now you know what might be behind your insomnia, but the question of how to get to sleep during menopause still remains. Fortunately, though, since sleep problems aren’t exclusive to menopausal women, plenty of natural remedies for insomnia have been developed and many of these are remarkably effective. How you treat your insomnia depends on the cause, though. If you believe night sweats are the primary cause, you’ll do best with treatments that get those under control, such as black cohosh and wild yam. For sleep problems related to emotions, there are two tracts you can take. The first is to find a way to work through the stress. This may be meditation, relaxation techniques, or guided imagery. Use these to come to grips with any social or job related issues before you go to bed. If those don’t seem to work for you, try one of the herbal treatments for relaxation like chamomile, hops, lavender, passion flower valerian, kava kava, or St. Johns wort. Not being able to sleep during menopause is a fairly common symptom, but it’s not something you should ignore. Lack of sleep can worsen just about every other symptom of menopause, including weight gain, and just make you all around miserable. To keep yourself healthy, do what you can to manage emotional stress and consider natural treatments for night sweats and insomnia.
DEWALT DC845KA 12-Volt 1/4-Inch Cordless Impact Driver Kit
Whether you’re setting bolts or removing tough fixtures, the heavy-duty DeWalt DC841KA 3/8-Inch Impact Wrench makes your job easier. Powerful and easy to handle, this impact wrench is capable of delivering 0 to 2,400 RPM, 0 to 2,700 IPM and maximum torque of 1,550-in./lbs for fast, reliable performance. This tool forefronts an non-slip grip and an ergonomic design, and it is incredibly compact at just 5-3/4 inches long and 3.6 pounds. Also offering a unique design that reduces kickback, a convenient, variable speed reversing switch, and a built-in LED for improved visibility in your work area, this wrench allows you to maintain control in a wide variety of situations for better end products. An all-metal transmission, a frame-less motor, and replaceable brushes that make maintenance easy all help ensure a long tool life, while XRP extended-run battery technology helps ensure that a dead battery never brings your work to a standstill. Included in this kit are two XRP 12-volt batteries, a one-hour charger, and a heavy-duty kit box for easy transport and storage.
Makita BHR200SAE 24-Volt 13/16-Inch Cordless Rotary Hammer Kit
Get the job done fast with our most powerful cordless rotary hammer available to date. Our 24 Volt (2.0Ah) Ni-MH Makstar battery system provides the longest run-time available as well as enough power to drill up to (150) 1/4” x 1-1/8” holes from a single charge. Equipped with an ergonomic rubberized D-handled grip for easy handling and a one touch sliding chuck for fast bit installation. 3-mode settings for hammering, drilling and rotation with hammering. Kit includes two batteries, side handle, charger and case.
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