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    Hormone Replacement Therapy - Warning: Bad Road Ahead

    FDA Warnings Call for Alternatives for HRT Use in Treating  Menopause Symptoms

    Women start perimenopause (pre-menopause)  at different ages. As early as your mid-thirties you may start noticing the signs including irregular periods, hot flashes, mood swings, sleep problems, and vaginal dryness.

    Menopause is not a disease, yet the list of mental and physical symptoms associated with it can be quite disturbing and cause significant discomfort and disruption of a woman’s life. The most common symptoms of menopausal hot flashes include an intense feeling of heat, profuse sweating, red blotching of the skin, heart palpitations, cold chills, sleep disturbances, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and poor temper control.

    Many women unwittingly turn to hormone replacement therapy HRT promoted by those who totally ignore the FDA and other world health organization's serious warnings regarding taking HRT. Topping these safety concerns are: 1) that the extended use of HRT may increase the risk of breast cancer and 2) that the use of HRT may increase the risk of heart disease. But these are just the tip of the iceberg of how HRT can do harm to a women's body.

    • The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified combined hormone contraception and HRT menopausal therapy as carcinogenic in humans.
    • The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strengthened warning labels on all women's hormone replacement therapy (HRT) products, warning of the risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer. "Studies showed a higher cancer and heart disease risk for women who used hormone replacement and related products." doctors warn.
    • Women who are past menopause and healthy should not take hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in hopes of warding off dementia, bone fractures or heart disease, according to a new analysis by the government task force that weighs the risks and benefits of screening and other therapies aimed at preventing illness.
    • The recommendation by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force shows new evidence of the risks for menopausal women on hormone therapy (HRT), including a significantly higher rate of life-threatening blood clots in the legs and lungs, a greater probability of gallbladder disease, and increased risk of urinary incontinence that persisted in studies.

    It doesn't have to be this way.

    At the FDA urging, women should find alternatives that can ease hot flashes and other serious symptoms of menopause.

    Recommended Safe alternative to HRT. There is an all-natural alternative that is safe in a natural supplement form called Tuliv Hormonal Peace. Hormonal Peace was developed to help ease the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause without the use of hormones. Since its introduction, Tuliv Hormonal Peace has helped thousands of women find comfort from menopause and regain confidence in their well-being.

    Hormonal Peace contains a unique nutraceutical formula that has shown to relieve the symptoms of menopause caused by hormonal imbalance. Within weeks you should begin to feel like you did before menopause – actively enjoying life again.

    Order Tuliv Hormonal Peace 
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