Relieves bothersome hot flashes quickly and reduces sleep-disturbing night sweats
Regulates emotions and stabilizes extreme mood swings and anxiety
Promotes healthy blood circulation and viscosity †
Each contains 30 veggie tablets
Serving size: 1 tablet
* Daily Value not established
As a dietary supplement, take 1 tablet daily.
How to take it
Swallow the tablet whole with water or other liquids.
When to take it
Take it after meals for optimal absorption.
Taking supplements at the same time each day will ensure the best results. It will also help you remember when to take them.
If you do not understand the instructions on the box, consult your doctor or pharmacist for help.
Those who wish to have a healthy transition through menopause and beyond
Q1. Why choose Tangut MenoHealth ?
As menopause nears, the ovaries makes less estrogen and these changes cause a list of menopause symptoms, including hot flashes, night sweats, abnormal vaginal bleeding, vaginal itching, dryness, and pain, urinary symptoms, etc. Moreover, the rate of bone loss increases at menopause which can increase the risk of bone fracture in older women. MenoHealth relieves these imbalances, particularly hot flashes, and it can also help strengthen bones and promote heart health.
Q2. Are the health benefits of MenoHealth scientifically proven?
The natural ingredients found in MenoHealth are based on clinical research on menopause. It has been designed to support the body's ability to restore hormonal balance by mimicking hormonal actions at a molecular level. This mechanism is considered a natural SERM (Selective estrogen receptor modulator) which possesses agonist/anti-agonist effects via the Estrogen receptor Subtypes ERa and ERb. The natural herbs also interact with your body’s tissues to facilitate natural hormone regulation. Compared to hormone replacement therapy, it is safer with less side-effects.
Q3. What are some health tips to menopausal women?
1. Balanced Dietand exercise. Staying fit and healthy starts with a balanced diet. Know and monitor the right weight for your age. Consult your doctor to learn what food you should avoid and follow your eating discipline routines. If you are trying to lose some weight, foods with high calories should be omitted from your meals. Food with high fiber and low fat should be included as a priority in your grocery list instead of red meat, sugars and fats. Physical activity is a great mood booster, and according to researchers at the University of Vermont, even moderate physical activity can put people in a good mood for up to 12 hours after they work out. Since anxiety and depression are symptoms of menopause, physical activity can be used as an antidote. Exercise also helps weight loss and keeping the body in shape can greatly enhance self-esteem.
2. Do not forget your Calcium intake. Sufficient Calcium intake is beneficial for women of all ages. This has been proven to prevent having cramps and Pre-Menstrual Period (PMS) Symptoms. It also prevents Osteoporosis especially for menopausal women. A calcium rich diet – dairy foods are an excellent source of calcium, as are beans, nuts and seeds and some foods are enriched with calcium.
3. Avoid Stress. Many women are prone to too much stress. Stress has been a known cause to many sicknesses. Take as much time as possible to relax. Read a good book, hang out with friends and engage into sports. Pamper yourself by going to parlors or you can do some shopping. And do not forget to get enough sleep to revive your energy.