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What happens during menopause?

What happens during menopause?

A Women's Aging Dilemma:

When it comes to menopause the changes for a woman are complex and it affects not only the body, but the mind and emotions as well. Here at Libido Drops we are aware how  menopause affects your sex life but it also affects your brain, bones, cognitive functions and the list goes on.


When does Menopause start?

Defining the actual start date of Menopause can be quite complex as we think we have finished with our cycles, and then months later we have another. The years leading up to Menopause are sometimes  called the menopausal transition or perimenopause.  Or as Grandma would say “Going through the Change”.  It’s when women may start to have changes in their monthly cycles, begin hot flashes, night sweats, brain fog, lack of energy and other symptoms.  Oh yes, it's such a wonderful time to be a woman.  LOL


The actual definition according to text books on Menopause is defined by the National Institute on Aging,  as the 12 months after a woman’s last period.  The years leading up to that point and the changes in a woman’s cycle are called perimenopause. The average length of perimenopause is about four years. Some women may only be in this stage for a few months, while others will be in this transition phase for more than four years. If you have gone more than 12 months without having a period, you are no longer perimenopausal. However, some women continue to experience menopausal symptoms for a decade or longer after the menopause transition.

This is the name given to the period of time after a woman has not bled for an entire year (the rest of your life after going through menopause). During this stage, menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes, may ease for many women. Once a woman enters postmenopause health risks increase for things like heart disease and osteoporosis.


The National Institute on Aging also states menopause creates a hormonal imbalance to your estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone levels.  That’s why you get the Hot flashes and night sweats because your hormone levels are off to these hormones being imbalanced. You can lose sex drive and experience vaginal dryness. As well as joint pain, memory loss, weight gain, loss of bladder control, mood swings, and poor sleep all due to these hormones becoming imbalanced.  So no wonder your desire for sex drops along with your patience and sleep.  Well Libido Drops understands and is here to help.  


One of our favorite ingredients in Libido Drops for women is Tribulus Terrestris. A study done by the Journal of the North American Menopause Society did a study called “Efficacy of Tribulus Terrestris for the Treatment of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Postmenopausal Women” The study showed that women experiencing a lack of sexual desire after taking Tribulus Terrestris for 120 days saw an increase in sexual desire and their hormones begining to balance out from the supplemental testosterone in Tribulus Terrestris. 


Another great ingredient in Libido Drops for women is Yohimbe. Yohimbe treats hypoactive sexual desire disorder or reduced libido. It promotes genital sensitivity in women by stimulating nerves in the sacral region. The main use of Yohimbe in women is treating anorgasmia, women who have difficulty orgasming. The National Center of Biotechnology did a study on women in post menopause concluding that taking Yohimbe regularly increased their libdio

Our sex enhancer drops for females are made in mind for women experiencing menopause. Libido Drops for women is a great way to help you have an increased libido and an amazing sex drive. Check out the ‘buy now’ section to order your Libido Drops! Get better sex with libido drops today!



Work Cited:


https://journals.lww.com/menopausejournal/Abstract/2016/11000/Efficacy_of_Tribulus_terrestris_for_the_treatment.16.aspx


https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-menopause


https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/sex-and-menopause-treatment-symptoms


https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/hot-flashes-what-can-i-do


https://www.healthline.com/health/menopause/menopause-libido


https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12187545/


https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/15224-menopause-perimenopause-and-postmenopause



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