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Weight gain is another common concern during menopause, as women may be less active and have a lower metabolism. They may also experience changes in appetite and cravings.

With Ginevítex® Hormonal Balance tincture made of Vitex agnus castus medicinal plant, you will balance your hormones and get rid of problems with weight-gain.

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Why do women gain weight during menopause?

  • Hormonal changes: As estrogen levels decline during menopause, the body's metabolism slows down, making it easier to gain weight. Estrogen also helps regulate appetite and fat storage, and when levels drop, these functions can be disrupted.

  • Stress: Stress is another common factor that can lead to weight gain during menopause. When we're stressed, our bodies produce cortisol, a hormone that can stimulate appetite and lead to cravings for unhealthy foods.

  • Lack of sleep: Sleep deprivation is another common problem during menopause, and it can also contribute to weight gain. When we don't get enough sleep, our bodies produce more of the stress hormone cortisol, which can lead to increased appetite and cravings for unhealthy foods.

  • Physical inactivity: As we age, we tend to become less active, which can also contribute to weight gain. Exercise helps to burn calories and build muscle, which can help to maintain a healthy weight.

  • Dietary changes: Some women find that their eating habits change during menopause, and they may start eating more processed foods or sugary drinks. These foods are high in calories and low in nutrients, which can lead to weight gain.

If you're concerned about weight gain during menopause, there are a few things you can do:

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Make small changes to your diet

Instead of overhauling your entire diet, start by making small changes, such as eating more fruits, vegetables, and organic food. You can also reduce your intake of processed foods, sugary drinks, and unhealthy fats.

Increase your physical activity

Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise most days of the week. Exercise can help you burn calories, build muscle, and improve your overall health.

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Get enough sleep

Aim for 7-8 hours of sleep per night. Sleep helps to regulate your hormones and appetite, and it can also help you to make healthier choices throughout the day.

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Manage stress

Find healthy ways to manage stress, such as yoga, meditation, or spending time in nature. Stress reduction can help to improve your sleep, appetite, and overall health.