What is the menopause?
Menopause is the time in our lives when menstruation ends completely. It’s caused when the ovaries begin to produce less oestrogen, signalling the end of a our reproductive years.
The menopause is perfectly natural and is not a medical disorder, but it can be a time of great emotional and physical change for many of us.
Menopause generally occurs between the ages of 45-58, the average age being 51, but it is a very individual experience; and we do not necessarily go through the menopause at the same age that our mothers did.
For most of us the menopause will last four to five years, although some women may experience symptoms for up to six years.
The menopause itself is only one day - the day you haven’t had a period for 12 months in a row.
What is the peri-menopause?
This is the time leading up to menopause when you start to notice menopause-related symptoms. The year after our menopause is also referred to as the peri-menopause. During peri-menopause our ovaries start to shut down, making less of certain hormones (oestrogen and progesterone), and we begin to lose the ability to become pregnant.
Are there any drugs I can’t take at the same time?
No studies have been conducted to determine if drug interactions occur with Kira Menopause relief.
You should consult a health professional before using Kira Menopause relief in combination with prescription and over-the-counter medications or supplements.
Where can I buy Kira Menopause relief?
Kira Menopause relief costs £9.99 for 30 tablets and is available from Boots and good independent health food stores and pharmacies.