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Optimize your Estrogen levels with our expertly crafted Women's Hormone Balance Supplement. These capsules offer a holistic approach to supporting your energy levels, mood, PMS or menopausal symptoms, libido and more.

Women's Hormone Balance Supplement

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Optimize your Estrogen levels with our expertly crafted Women's Hormone Balance Supplement. These capsules offer a holistic approach to supporting your energy levels, mood, PMS or menopausal symptoms, libido and more.
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If you’d like to…

  • Ease General PMS Symptoms
  • Improve Your Mood & Anxiety Levels
  • Improve the Health of Your Skin & Reduce Acne
  • Sleep Better
  • Boost Your Energy
  • Boost Your Libido
  • Cut Sugar Cravings that can lead to Poor Diet Choices
  • Improve Your Ability to Cope With Stressful Situations
  • Help Your Body Maintain Hormonal Homeostasis

…you may want to give our Women’s Hormonal Enhancement supplement a try!

As well as the benefits listed above, this product can potentially give you many other benefits, such as:

  • Relieve Symptoms of the Menopause & Ease Hot Flashes
  • Improved Digestion
  • Support Your Immune System
  • Supporting the Health of Your Eyes
  • Improved Bone & Joint Health
  • Promoting Brain Function & Health
  • Supporting Cardiovascular Health
  • Helping to Regulate Blood Sugar Levels
  • Anti-Inflammatory Support
  • Antioxidant Support

Why is it important to Support Your Body Throughout your Menstrual Cycle?

As you know, PreMenstrual Syndrome (PMS) can change your body in a variety of different ways, and can wreak havoc on your everyday quality of life.

Your body is high in estrogen and progesterone during the first 20 (ish) days of your cycle, as your body prepares for potential pregnancy. Because of the high levels of these hormones, you may feel more confident and in a better mood.

But, just over mid-way through the cycle, if pregnancy hasn’t occurred, your body decreases estrogen and progesterone levels in preparation to shed the uterine lining. It is this drop in hormonal levels that many doctors believe to be the root cause of PMS, however this has never been fully scientifically confirmed.

There’s also a change in the brain that occurs. Lower estrogen levels can cause noradrenaline (stress neurochemical) to be released, leading to serotonin (relaxation neurochemical) and dopamine (motivation & reward neurochemical) to be produced less, which results in sleeping problems and low mood.

We also believe that subsequently lowered endorphins, endocannabinoids and oxytocin further reduce mood and increase pain and discomfort, but further studies need to be done to prove this.

PMS commonly begins around day 22-24 of the menstrual cycle. Not everyone experiences all the symptoms of PMS, and the intensity of the symptoms experienced can vary.

The symptoms of PMS can include:

  • Mood swings, upset, anxiety and/or irritableness
  • Stomach pain and/or bloating
  • Tender breasts
  • Headaches
  • Acne/greasy/spotty skin
  • Greasy hair
  • Change in appetite
  • Change in libido
  • Overly tired, or trouble sleeping

Some women experience these symptoms particularly badly, leading to a condition called premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), which is a more severe version of PMS.

Addressing as many of these symptoms as possible can lead to a better quality of life in the weeks leading up to and during menstruation, as well as increasing your confidence knowing that your life won’t be affected as much by something that was once out of your control.

What can intensify PMS?

There are many things that can actually worsen PMS symptoms, so it’s best to reduce or if possible eliminate:

  • Caffeine

  • Smoking

  • Alcohol consumption

  • Not exercising regularly

  • Poor sleep, or not enough of it

  • Poor diet.

Although these factors will make PMS worse when done at any time, they can especially make things worse while you are suffering from the symptoms.

Can you test for PMS?

The most common symptoms of PMS are:

  • Mood swings, upset, anxiety and/or irritableness
  • Stomach pain and/or bloating
  • Tender bosoms
  • Headaches
  • Acne/greasy/spotty skin
  • Greasy hair
  • Change in appetite
  • Change in libido
  • Overly tired, or trouble sleeping

If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s best to make all the lifestyle changes in the section below, and give them time to see if they help your situation.

If none of these changes help in the long run, consult your physician.

The Top 7 Ways to Improve Your PMS Symptoms

Regardless of how intense your PMS symptoms are, there are plenty of things you can do to help lessen the effects of the symptoms:

  1. Eat a clean, nutrient dense organic diet. Good diet will provide your body with the nutrients and minerals it needs to maintain homeostasis and better deal with the hormonal imbalance you experience during PMS [1].

    On the flip side, eating foods high in salt can lead to increased bloating and water retention. Excess sugar leads to inflammation and increased cramping. Foods high in saturated fats and trans-fatty acids can also intensify PMS symptoms.

  2. Stop Drinking (excess) Caffeine. Drinking too much caffeine can increase stress, anxiety and irritableness [2]. This is because caffeine stimulates the “fight or flight” response, putting your body into high alert predator mode, worried that something is around the corner!

  3. Quit Smoking. We all know that smoking isn’t a healthy habit… but did you know that it can actually affect your estrogen and progesterone levels, enhancing the debilitating effects of PMS? [3]

  4. Alcohol consumption. Drinking alcohol can interfere with women’s hormones, resulting in higher blood estrogen levels causing mood swings and irritability.

  5. A sedentary lifestyle. If you’re not exercising enough (a minimum of 150 minutes a week is recommended) you’re not making use of the natural PMS-busting feelings you’ll get from being active [4].

When you’re physically active, you’ll experience improved mood, circulation and blood flow, while also helping to regulate your hormone levels.

  1. Poor sleep, or not enough of it. When you’re sleep deprived, or have poor quality sleep, you’re more susceptible to stress [5], and your overall stress levels will be higher. This increase in stress knocks your body's hormones out of balance (fight or flight again).

    As if more stress wasn’t bad enough, sleep deprivation (or poor quality sleep) also impacts your emotions, appetite and mental clarity.

    If sleep is something you struggle with, you can try supplementing with our Sleep Aid Ultra product.

    If stress is something you struggle with, you can try supplementing with our Serenity Anti-Stress Support, 5 HTP and Saffron products - 5 HTP and Saffron can also help with sleep).

  2. Provide your body with the nutrients and minerals it needs to better cope with PMS symptoms:

B Vitamins 1, 3, 5, 6 & 12. B vitamins play a crucial role in your body to create ATP (adenosine triphosphate) - which carries energy from the food you eat to the cells in your body [6]. Ensuring you have sufficient levels of B vitamins in your body can help to boost your energy.

Zinc. An extremely important mineral that plays a part in hundreds of functions and processes in your body. In particular, zinc can help to treat acne outbreaks that may occur as a PMS symptom, by helping to reduce inflammation [7].

L-arginine. Nitric oxide plays a crucial role in your body's response to insulin, and L-arginine is needed to produce nitric oxide. By increasing nitric oxide you can help your body manage and use blood sugar more effectively [8]. This can potentially cut sugar cravings when you’re experiencing PMS symptoms.

L-tyrosine. Can help boost your mood, because it is an important component for the production of dopamine (a “feel-good” hormone).

Studies have also shown that l-tyrosine can help you better manage in stressful situations [9], potentially reducing irritability.

Bioperine. A patented formula of piperine (an extract from black pepper) that can help the body to better absorb nutrients. It can also help to reduce inflammation (think acne, stomach cramps and bloating) [10], while also promoting glucose uptake in cells, again helping to reduce sugar cravings [11].

Tribulus Terrestris. Can help to boost your libido [12], improve mood [13] and combat inflammation [14].

Dong Quai. Also known as angelica root, this herb has been used in traditional chinese medicine for centuries to help treat symptoms of PMS. It can help relieve hot flashes and night sweats you might experience during PMS [15], as well as having a relaxing effect, helping to soothe anxiety and irritableness [16].

Damiana. Found in Central America, the West Indies and Mexico - this wild shrub has been used traditionally to help treat stomach complaints and to help boost libido.

Panax Ginseng. Animal studies have shown that panax ginseng can help raise energy production in cells, which can help to resolve fatigue [17].

Ashwagandha. Classed as an adaptogen (helps the body deal with stress), and has been used traditionally for centuries to help reduce stress and anxiety [18]. It can also help to improve sleep [19].

Introducing Feel Younger® Women’s Hormonal Enhancement Formula

We understand that it’s not always easy, nor practical to implement a variety of lifestyle changes - especially all at once.

We’d advise that you make as many of those changes as possible, but do so 1 or 2 at a time, make sure they stick and then move onto more.

It’s also important to give these changes time to show if they are effective or not… For example - quitting smoking the day before you’re due to experience PMS symptoms is unlikely to have a profound effect.

In the meantime, you can support your body with the essential nutrients and minerals it needs that can help you cope more easily with your PMS.

That’s why we’ve included the above ingredients in our Women’s Hormonal Enhancement Formula, along with the following ingredients to further enhance the effects of our formula:

Epimedium, Catuaba Powder, Ginkgo Biloba, Ginger, Maca Root, Muira Puama, Asparagus Extract, Sarsaparilla Root and More...

By combining these ingredients together into an easy to swallow capsule, we’ve taken the stress out of buying each of these ingredients separately, researching and experimenting how much of each you should take and then incorporating them into your diet/supplement regime.

Here at Feel younger, we believe in providing strong doses at reasonable prices. Our Women’s Hormonal Enhancement Formula capsules provide a 1,037 mg daily dose, and will cost you no more than $29, with discounts available on multiple bottle and subscription purchases.

How Do You Take Feel Younger® Women’s Hormonal Enhancement Formula?

Take two capsules once a day.

For optimum results, we recommend that you take this product for no less than 8 weeks.

It’s also best to exercise regularly, and eat as clean and nutrient dense a diet as possible to further enhance the results.


Any Cautions?

This product is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If this is you, consult your physician before use.

Although rare, some ingredients can cause headaches, irritability, nausea, stomach upset and pain, insomnia, drowsiness, rashes or allergic reactions.

If you have diabetes or are on medications such as blood thinners, antidepressants or ibuprofen/naproxen, or any such medications for pain, anxiety and insomnia, you should contact your physician before taking this product.

ALWAYS consult a healthcare professional before taking any new supplements.

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Gluten Free
All Natural
Sugar Free
Hormone Free
Made in the USA
No Binders
Lactose Free

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