Between the ages of 45 and 55, each woman experiences menopause. During this time, the ovarian function runs out and can no longer become pregnant. The beginning of menopause is considered to be the moment when menstruation has not been for at least a year.
Changes in the body during menopause
The physiological progress of the menopause process is complex and is recorded in a laboratory by hormone analysis. Menopause is characterised by gradual depletion of ovarian follicles, leading to oestrogen insufficiency in a woman's body. The menstrual cycle becomes irregular, painful with severe bleeding until menstruation ends (amenorea). During this time, metabolism changes and the body has to get used to new conditions. This transition period may vary for every woman.
Menopausal risk factors
As the amount of estrogen in the menopause decreases, the bones become more fragile and the risk of osteoporosis increases. The function of the whole hormonal system also changes, so blood calcium and vitamin D levels should be monitored and bone density (Osteodensitometry) measured.
The gastrointestinal tract weakens during menopause. Nutrients are absorbed more slowly, increasing the risk of many diseases - cardiovascular, kidney, diabetes, oncological and others. A lot of attention should be paid to nutrition and your self - esteem monitored.
During this period, it is advisable to visit your doctor regularly and have the necessary tests - laboratory tests and abdominal ultrasonography (USG). We also recommend that you visit a gynaecologist regularly to assess hormonal disorders in the ovaries, as well as timely detection of new formations - uterine myoma, ovarian cysts, endometrial polyps, and other gynaecological pathologies.
Oestrogen deficiency also increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, which can take the form of impaired cognitive function - impaired memory and difficulty concentrating.
Nowadays, so-called premature menopause is also present, which is also seen in women around the age of 30. It is caused by a variety of factors such as heredity, hormonal chemotherapy, various diseases and more.
What to do?
Menopause is a natural process, so during this time you need to find a gentle way to help your body overcome changes in your body. A woman can help herself in many ways:
We recommend RTS FIBER WFf,:
Course duration: 3 months. The first three weeks are taken 5 g twice a day, regardless of the meal. Then 5 g once a day. After the RTS FIBER WFf course, it is recommended to take 5 g of fibre once a week to maintain the results We recommend repeating the full course a year later.
After a full course of RTS FIBER WFF, symptoms of hormonal imbalance decrease or disappear altogether.
We also recommend taking other RTS FIBER fibre products to improve intestinal function, boost metabolism and provide the body with the nutrients it needs.
RTS FIBER W improves gastrointestinal function, promotes cholesterol removal, reduces constipation and promotes regular abdominal exits.
RTS FIBER G supplies the body with vitamins and minerals, restores the elasticity of blood vessels, strengthens the heart muscle, improves thyroid function.
RTS FIBER B improves pancreatic function, normalizes blood glucose levels, reduces inflammatory processes.
RTS FIBER Y contains the necessary amino acids, improves metabolism, contains natural vitamin D and squalene that supplies each cell in the body with oxygen.
Always consult your doctor to clarify your diagnosis and possible treatment.