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RED MACA CAPSULES: HELP IN MENOPAUSE AND IMPROVEMENT OF LIBIDO

WHAT IS THE MENOPAUSE?

Menopause has been defined as the permanent cessation of menstruation in women, an event determined by the decrease in hormonal production as a consequence of the depletion of eggs, with 50 years being the average age to occur, with limits ranging from 42 to 56 years. According to a survey in Peru, 14.6% of women aged 30 and over reported being in menopause. Before the age of 42, between 6.4% and 8.5% of women reached menopause, and between 42 and 43 years of age, 10.6%. From the age of 44, the percentage of women in menopause increased rapidly to 54.5%. This event in the life of women happens during the climacteric, a period that represents a process of adaptation and transition from a reproductive stage to a non-reproductive state, which takes place on average between 2 and 8 years before the date of menopause and ends 2 to 6 years after this.

SYMPTOMS?

CHANGES IN THEIR PERIOD:

This may be what you notice first. It may be that your periods are no longer regular. They can be shorter or last longer. It may bleed more or less than usual.

SUDDEN HEATS OR SUFFOCATION:

They can last a few years after menopause. They may be related to changes in estrogen levels. It is a sudden sensation of heat in the upper body or throughout the body. The face and neck redden. Red spots may appear on the chest, back, and arms, perhaps followed by heavy sweating and chills (called night sweats). Most sudden heats last between 30 seconds and 10 minutes. They can occur several times an hour, a few times a day, or just once or twice a week.

HUMOR CHANGES:

You may experience sudden mood swings or feel irritable around the menopause stage.

YOUR BODY FEELS DIFFERENT:

Your waist can be widened. You can lose muscle mass and gain fat. Your skin may thin. You may have memory problems, and your joints and muscles may feel numb and achy.

EFFECTS ON SKIN:

Skin problems can occur with decreased collagen and elastin.

LIBIDO DECREASE:

By decreasing the amounts of hormones, women also tend to decrease their desire (not all).

INCREASES THE RISK OF SUFFERING CHRONIC CONDITIONS:

Like coronary heart disease, metabolic syndrome, osteoporosis, etc.

SOLUTION?

The treatments currently available aim to reduce the discomfort that this transition to menopause generates, through HORMONAL TREATMENTS, but these have several SIDE EFFECTS, such as breast cancer, vascular failure at heart and brain level, and blood clots. For these reasons, alternative treatments without adverse side effects are necessary.
That is why NATURAL ALTERNATIVES have also emerged, to alleviate the symptoms of menopause, giving good results in women who consume it in addition to having no adverse effects in its normal use because they are natural. One of these alternatives is RED MACA IN CAPSULES.

BENEFITS OF CONSUMING  

      RED MACA CAPSULES DURING THE DECREASE OF THE SYMPTOMS OF MENOPAUSE?

The following benefits have already been demonstrated through scientific studies:
• Elevated levels of estradiol (hormone) and estrogens, increase libido
• Reduction of psychological symptoms, including anxiety and depression.
• Prevention of bone loss (study in rats)
• Restores bone architecture
• Less chance of fracture
• By increasing a compound called interferon gamma (IFN-g) it can be considered an alternative treatment for age-related diseases and estrogen deficiency such as osteoporosis.

Red Maca capsules (500mg)

Red Maca powder (200g)

BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES

• Maca (Lepidium meyenii Walp), una revisión sobre sus propiedades biológicas. Maca (Lepidium meyenii Walp), a review of its biological properties. Rev Peru Med Exp Salud Publica. 2014; 31(1):100-10.
• EFECTO DE LA MACA ROJA (Lepidium meyenii) SOBRE LOS NIVELES DE IFN-γ EN RATAS OVARIECTOMIZADAS. Rev Peru Med Exp Salud Publica. 2014; 31(4):683-88.
• RECOMENDACIONES DE TRATAMIENTO EN LA MENOPAUSIA. REV CHIL OBSTET GINECOL 2005; 70(5): 340-345
• Manejo terapéutico de la sintomatología climatérica. Therapeutic management of climacteric symptomatology. Rev Peru Ginecol Obstet. 2018;64(1) 43.

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