Learn about the Menopause Type® Five Protocol by Joseph J. Collins, RN, ND

Menopause Type® Five Protocol by Joseph J. Collins, RN, ND

Menopause Type® Five has symptoms that reveal both decreased estrogen function and decreased testosterone function. Based on the symptoms, progesterone is functioning okay.
Health risks associated with Menopause Type® Five may include vulvar disorders, decreased muscle mass, depression, decreased mental function, osteoporosis and heart disease including angina pectoralis (chest pain).
Since estradiol plays an important role in blood glucose metabolism, there is also increased risk of insulin resistance and blood sugar disorders. Risks associated with insulin resistance include increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and endometrial cancer.
To learn more about Menopause Type® Five, please see pages 111 through 119 in Discover Your Menopause Type, by Joseph J Collins, RN, ND.
Determination of this Menopause Type® is made through the use of the Menopause Type® Questionnaire, and/or lab tests. The Foundations of Hormone Health provides a detailed description on how to get the best results from protocols.

Hormone Specific™ Formulation for Menopause Type® Five
With the symptoms of both decreased estrogen function and decreased testosterone functionin this Menopause Type®, choose both EstroMend™ and TestoGain™.
EstroMend™ contains herbs that relieve hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, mood swings and memory problems without actually raising estrogen levels. It promotes healthy mood, sleep, sexual function, memory and heart health without increasing estrogen risks.
TestoGain™ contains herbs that increase natural testosterone production, improve the health of testosterone responsive tissues, and prevent testosterone resistance. These herbs can improve sexual function, mood, motivation, and drive by increasing natural testosterone production.

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Other considerations:
Generalized fatigue disorders or adrenal fatigue can occur with any Menopause Type®. If a fatigue disorder is suspected, consider AdrenoMend™ to support normal adrenal function and support the normal function of the multiple homeostasis regulatory systems that become imbalanced with fatigue disorders.
Decreased thyroid function may also be present with any Menopause Type®. If decreased thyroid function is suspected, use the Hypothyroid Risk Questionnaire™ to calculate the probability of low thyroid function being present now, and if ThyroMend™ would be beneficial at this time.