Menopause can be a challenging part of a woman. Keeping healthy during this time in life is important. Help support your health with Change-O-Life by Nature's Way. This herbal supplement gives a womans body the nutrients and vitamins it needs during menopause. Each dose contains a blend of seven herbs that are important for this particular time in a woman's life.
Change-O-Life is a powerful supplement that is all-natural. It is safe to use for all women.
- Provides menopause support
- Seven herbs
3 capsules contain:
|Total Carbohydrate||1 g|
|Proprietary Blend: |
Black Cohosh (root), Sarsaparilla (root), Siberian ginseng (root), Licorice (root), Blessed thistle (stem, leaf, flower), Squaw vine (vine, leaf, flower), False Unicorn (root)
|Other ingredients: Gelatin, Magnesium stearate|
Distributed or manufactured from Nature's Way. See more Nature's Way products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Restoring Hormonal Balance
- Reducing Inflammation
- Relieving Hot Flashes
- Improving Fertility
- Restoring Libido
- Hot Flashes
- Breast Cancer
- Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
- Mood Swings
- Nervous Tension
- Hormonal Imbalances
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Questions and answers:
Question: HOW TO PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT?
- A: You may use the link below to purchase Change-O-Life capsules Nature's Way http://www.seacoast.com/change-o-life/nature-s-way/100-caps/p629
Question: Hello,Being that one of the (many) symptoms I'm exrecienping is brain fog, I am hoping someone will help me understand how this works.I have attempted a little research and it appears most, if not all, traditional doctors do no perscribe BHRT, but shouldn't a person seek care from a specialist, in this case a gyn? I'm in need of an endocrynologist and even they don't want to deal with female hormomes. What I've also seen is consults, and care done from afar, via phone and email. How can this be effective, let alone safe?Another issue is insurance. Mine does not cover BHRT and it isn't possible for me to see an out of network physician. I cannot see a gyn (or any other doctor), especially in this area, agreeing to order lab work at my request, sending results off somewhere else, nor possibly monitoring results of BHRT. Without lab work ordered by an in network doctor and covered by my insurance that, too, is out of reach for me.Is there a list somewhere that gives the names and locations of physicians who do perscribe BHRT so that I can see if any of them are in network, though highly unlikely.Any tips on how to look for a reliable, knowledgeable, trustworthy, doctor working in this area? And then there are the labs. I've read not all are created equal. How does one go about finding out which are?I understand there is no way to know the cost of perscriptions since each is individualized, but is there an average? I have no idea if this in itself is something I can manage financially.Just to give you an idea of what I've been dealing with, went to my gyn 2 years ago. Had been having irregular periods for a few months (very unusual for me), asked her if it could be peri-menopause, her response was to ask me if I thought it was. She gave me 3 choices, HRT, scraping my uterus, and another I can't recall. I left and haven't been back. Last year I had cause to go to an endo who didn't think HRT was a good idea. After she recieved lab resutls back for another problem she phoned. I told her I was hoping that she would be willing to work WITH ME to figure out what I am dealing with that I am not interested in treating symptoms, but getting to the bottom of what ails me and taking care of it if possible. I don't know if it was that or the fact that her nurse called in an unathorized persciptions for me which she found out while we were speaking, several days later she notified me that she would no longer take care of my medical needs. At a visit with my GP last year for minor problems and the result of a dexa scan which revealed osteo with a t score much lower than should be seen for someone my age which she could not explain and did no further testing to ensure it is not secondary, I asked her about the possiblity of cancer (been having specific symptoms), she told me I had enough to worry about and ushered me out of her office. I have not been to a doctor since and I need treatment and care. But I am at a total loss, frustrated, sad and mad as hell.I am so desparate to get these menopausal symptoms under control in hope to be able to have a clear enough mind (and feel human, normal) to deal with the other issues. The quality of my life has gone down hill so fast in the past year and I simply can't take it anymore and no one is listening. When a dive from a tall bridge seems a better alternative to sleeping no more than 2 hours at a time combined with all the physical and emotional challenges, the stress, and what my family is going through as a result, I really need to find a way back, now.Any advice, info and tips are greatly appreciated, thank you
Question: I started encreienpixg menopausal symptoms about 18 months ago, the most noticeable and annoying being the hot flashes and night sweats. I read about this menopause formula and figured it was worth a try. I've been taking it for a month now, and I have noticed a significant decrease in both the frequency and severity of the hot flashes and night sweats. It took about two weeks before I noticed any changes. I haven't had any night sweats for about two weeks, and the hot flashes are more like warm tingles. I was having hot flashes about every 15 or 20 minutes during the day, now it's only 3 or 4 warm spells. I still get a few warm spells during the night, but no more throwing back the covers and dealing with puddles of sweat 10 times a night. Most nights I don't even wake up. Yea! I am very pleased with the results of One A Day Menopause formula and plan to continue using it. It's a little expensive, but for me it's worth it. It works for me! If you decide to try it, give it a few weeks to kick in.
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Question: How long does it take for this supplement to start working?As in weeks,months,etc.
- A: We cannot completely predict individual response to dietary supplements as each person is unique in their nutritional needs. Normally with nutritional supplements you will not see an immediate effect. As a general rule of thumb, it will take up to 8-12 weeks to see the full effect.