Every woman goes through menopause at some point in their life. Menopause once a fairly easy transition now has become a whirlwind of unbearable hot flashes, mood swings, and weight gain. The majority of women are aware that menopause hormone imbalance is the culprit of all of their grueling symptoms. However, most are unaware that estrogen is raging throughout their bodies’ and that is where their true problem lies.
While estrogen levels will diminish during menopause, the truth is estrogen levels do not fall substantially until after a woman’s last period. In fact, far more women suffer from the effects of “estrogen dominance” during the transition—that is, they have too much estrogen relative to progesterone cream. Even a woman with low estrogen levels can suffer from estrogen dominance if she doesn’t have proper levels of progesterone.
Symptoms of menopause are neither natural nor inevitable; they have been created by changing lifestyles and environment. Excess estrogen has led to estrogen dominance; causing hormonal imbalance in women at an ever-earlier age and to a significantly greater degree than has ever been known. Progesterone deficiency and estrogen dominance is epidemic among women in industrialized countries.
The scientific and empirical evidence leaves no doubt that estrogen dominance induces and speeds the onset of perimenopause along with other problems. The scientific study of wildlife — specifically, frogs and fish — is proving this unfortunate reality to be without doubt. In an interesting twist, researchers.