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The General Gazette Announces Updated Natural Menopause Remedy Information
The General Gazette has announced updates to bring women the latest on natural remedies for menopause
Nov. 8, 2012 06:18 AM
FENTON, Mo., Nov. 08, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Menopause is something all women go through, some make it through it easy while others can suffer traumatic side effects like night sweats, hot flashes, and a plethora of other side effects from this natural transition in women's lives.
With the recent news of major pharmaceutical companies being responsible for more deaths than auto accidents in the US, women are in search of more natural solutions for their menopause issues.
The demand for natural remedies for menopause has been increasing over the years as side effects from more traditional medicine is on the increase. The climb appears to be similar for both trends according to some natural care practitioners.
Natural supplements like Amberen help lessen the effects of menopause for an estimated 90% of menopausal women with no known side effects, making it one of the leading go to products on the market today.
"It's nice to see something on the market that works without a list of side effects that makes you cringe with fear while you are already dealing with the effects of menopause," states Elizabeth Perkins. "It's simply reassuring that there is help and there are no known pitfalls or adverse effects."
The General Gazette offers quality information and tips for women dealing with menopause with other natural remedies that are on the market that are trusted and have few if any side effect to help women cope with the trials associated with this life changing transition.
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SOURCE The General Gazette