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Women play a very important role in every one’s life and holds a special place in your heart. She may be your mother, the women who gave you life and the very reason for your existence; she may be your sister with whom you spent your childhood, your wife who is the love of your life or your daughter who is the apple of your eye. Yes there are many other women who also add happiness to your life, she may be your friend, your aunt, your niece, or any one.

You must be aware that women face certain health issues in their life linked to their reproductive health. She grows up, enters puberty and starts with her menses, she gets pregnant and gives birth to a child and gets old and undergoes menopause. During all these phases of her life she is dealing with hormonal fluctuations. These fluctuations may not be easy on her, she may face certain problems, health issues or discomfort which may add burden to her already difficult life which is full of multiple roles and tasks.

To understand her we need to understand what does she actually go through. So in this blog we will focus on Menopause and associated problems, and in the later ones we will talk about Irregular cycles and PCOD, a common problem encountered by many females.

Menopause, which typically occurs in women in their middle age (between the age of 45 and 55), is the ending of a woman's monthly menstrual periods and ovulation (the production of eggs). It marks the cessation of a woman’s reproductive ability or fertility. During this transition the body (ovaries) begins producing smaller amounts of the hormones, estrogen and progesterone and causes several changes to the body and mind that reduce the quality of life. The transitional time of menopause can produce symptoms that range from mildly irritating to health-threatening. Symptoms of menopause can include abnormal vaginal bleeding, decreased libido, hot flashes, night sweats, lack of sleep, headaches, vaginal and urinary symptoms, poor cognitive function and mood changes (increased anxiety or irritability). Complications that women may develop after menopause include osteoporosis (low bone density) and heart disease.

Menopause is a natural occurrence and not a disease or a state of deficiency that requires aggressive treatment. The standard treatment offered by doctors is HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy), which comprises of synthetic hormones (oestrogen and progesterone). But after a contentious study claimed that HRT increases risk of breast cancer and heart diseases doctors are reluctant to prescribe it. HRT is also linked to an increase in risk of strokes and blood clots. These possible adverse effects of long-term HRT have contributed to a high prevalence of use of complementary therapies by menopausal women. Thus the emphasis lies on the use of alternative treatments that offer ways to ease or avoid some of the annoying symptoms of menopause. Additionally, osteoporosis and heart disease, whose risks increase with menopause, can also be prevented with alternative methods.

The process of identifying imbalance and restoring dynamic equilibrium is central to the practice of Ayurvedic medicine. Many women have found not just relief during menopause, but improved overall health and longevity by integrating conventional, modern approaches with alternative practices such as Ayurvedic medicine.

For these special women in your lives we have designed a natural solution to take care of Menopause and their troublesome issues. Priority Herbals Pvt. Ltd. has designed SHARVARI, an effective and rational combination of completely natural ingredients which takes care of different aspects of hormonal problems. SHARVARI helps to strengthen and rejuvenate the female reproductive system, regulates hormones and calms emotions. It helps relieve menopausal symptoms and delays onset of osteoporosis and cardiovascular diseases. It also regulates menstrual cycles, helps in leucorrhea (vaginal discharge) and PCOD. For details visit

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