Your Wellness Solution for Menopause Mood Swing, Sleep Issues and Hot Flashes:
Irritability, stress and low mood can occur during menopause because drops in estrogen can change the way your body manages serotonin and norepinephrine. Low levels of estrogen can affect the metabolism of neurotransmitters in your brain, causing problems with your sleep/wake cycle. Falling levels of estrogen can affect the hypothalamus, the part of your brain that controls body temperature.
Find Your Wellness with Wellkasa
With Welkasa's doctor-designed Menopause Mood Swings, Sleep and Hot Flashes Support Wellness Plan, you can finally get the help you need to take control of your menopausal symptoms and start feeling like yourself again.
Customized in this plan:
- Organic India Ashwagandha - The Ayurvedic herb Ashwagandha helps to balance emotion-regulating hormones, like serotonin and dopamine, to help calm stress.
- Pure Encapsulations Melatonin – Your body’s natural sleep hormone, melatonin supports a healthy sleep/wake cycle to help overcome the sleepless nights brought on by menopause.
- Menopause 731™ Life Extension – The supplement’s clinically studied extract of Siberian rhubarb (R. rhaponticum) addresses 11 common menopausal discomforts, including hot flashes, and night sweats. The Siberian rhubarb in Menopause 731™ also can help improve symptoms of irritability and mood swings.
- Remifemin Good Night – The Restful Sleep Blend™, including valerian, lemon balm leaf and hops strobile extracts can help improve issues with falling asleep, staying asleep and quality of sleep. The RemiSure® Black Cohosh found in this supplement is clinically-proven to relieve menopausal symptoms, like hot flashes.
Meet the Doctor Behind the Plan
This Wellness Plan was designed by Dr. Monisha Bhanote, the founder of the Holistic Wellbeing Collective, a quintuple board-certified physician and published author with expertise in Integrative Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Anatomic/Clinical Pathology.This plan includes therapies based on her clinical experience and backed by research evidence.