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The new natural balancing cream

Updated on December 26, 2009

The benefits of progestron cream

What is the purpose of  natural balancing cream|progesterone crème|progestron  cream|pro gest cream?

These are different names used for progesterone supplements to maintain woman’s hormone balance but they all mean the same thing.

Hormone balance is vital for the female body to lead a happy and disease free life.It is the barometer that measures women’s quality of life.The female body needs both the hormones estrogen and progesterone in right quantities to lead a normal life.Even slight variations in these hormone levels can bring ill health and misery.

What are progesterone and estrogen?

These are important female hormones produced to regulate menstruation and

pregnancy.Progesteron which some times called” the woman’s happy hormone” is produced in the ovaries from cholesterol.Estrogen too is produced in the ovaries  and in small quantities in liver,breasts and adrenal glands.These play a useful role as secondary source of estrogen after menopause when the  estrogen production in the ovaries is reduced.

What are the characteristics of estrogen and progesterone?

  Excess estrogen causes thyroid problems,weight gain,depression,menstrual irregularities,high blood pressure,low sex drive.It also increases the risk of breast and endometrial cancer.

  The benefits of progesterone are that it helps fat loss,acts as antidepressant,has anti cancer properties,helps in maintaining proper menstrual cycle,restores blood pressure and sex drive,increases bone density.

    It is obvious that both these hormones have exactly opposite characteristics.

The body needs both to maintain hormone balance.

What is hormone balance? 

Estrogen and progesterone have completely opposite characteristics and in right quantities cancel out each other to keep the hormone balance in the body.

 Only estrogen is produced by the body during the first ten to twelve days of menstrual cycle.Progesterone is produced only during the ovulation period to sustain the endometrium for receiving the fertilized egg and it’s development.Now both these hormones are present in right quantities hence balanced.If the egg is not fertilized,the body stops producing both the hormones and menstruation occurs.

What is hormone imbalance and how it occurs?

Hormone balance  is disturbed if ovulation does not occur during a month as often happens during premenopause.As there is no ovulation there no progesterone production.The estrogen produced during the first ten days is very much present in the body.But now there is no progesterone to counteract it resulting hormone imbalance.This situation is called estrogen dominance causing ill effects due to it’s characteristics mentioned above.

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