Shhh... Sleep Sound The Benefits of Using our Transdermal Magnesium H20 Sleep Spray in Menopause
One of the most common questions I am regularly asked is if I have developed any formulations that can help to improve sleep.
As a woman in menopause, chances are you know just how difficult it can be to get a good restorative night of rest. Thankfully, mother nature provides many beautiful botanicals that can alleviate symptoms and after trying and perfecting many different recipes over the years I've combined these natural ingredients in an easy and effective way to help you get the rest you need.
Blending the power of essential oils with the restorative power of magnesium we now have a truly effective and simple to use topical magnesium aid in the form of our Shhh... SLEEP SOUND H20 - a transdermal magnesium sleep spray. This sleep spray contains the key minerals and vitamins needed to help promote restful, restorative sleep during menopause.
Since there are many types of sleep and pillow sprays that are available I thought I shoule explore with you the benefits of using our sleep spray in menopause, so you can finally get the deep, restful sleep you need.
WHY I FORMULATED A SLEEP SPRAY
WE SUPERCHARGE THIS FORMULA
In order to maximise the relaxing effects of magnesium I also fine-tuned our sleep blend with a mix of really potent and gentle botanicals to ensure the body is nurtured into a sustained phased of restorative rest through the night
This unique blend includes the healing poiwer of moringa
Other symptoms a woman may experience include sleep disturbance, anxiety, hot flushes, lower sex drive, fatigue, vaginal dryness, urine leakage when coughing or sneezing.
The body starts producing less ovarian follicles (small sacs filled with fluid that are found inside the ovaries. They secrete hormones which influence the stages of the menstrual cycle. Each has the potential to release an egg for fertilization).
. After a while of this low estrogen phase, your periods will eventually stop completely. When you haven't had a period in the last 12 months, menopause has begun. However, you are still in the perimenopause stage if you continue to have irregular periods or encounter the odd spotting.
It is important to note that for some women, perimenopause may occur earlier, particularly if:
- A genetic predisposition to early menopause exists (where possible, find out from mothers and/or aunts when their menopause occurred).
- You smoke
- You have undergone chemotherapy
- Uterus or ovaries have been surgically removed.
Perimenopause is simply a normal biological phase associated with aging.
There is no need for concern because it is not a disease. On the other hand, some women may endure unsettling perimenopause symptoms however the reassuring realty is that these can usually be managed with a balanced combination of natural remedies, a nutritious diet, consistent exercise, and alternative treatments.