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LadyCare Plus - Discreet Medical Device Menopause

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How LadyCare Plus+ Relieves Menopause Symptoms

LadyCare Plus+ relieves menopausal symptoms by helping to rebalance part of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). The technology works by reducing excessive sympathetic nervous system (SNS) activity and increasing parasympathetic activity, thus restoring equilibrium and creating a healthier balance between the two parts of the ANS.

About the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)

When a woman reaches the life stage of menopause or experiences an early menopause due to surgery (hysterectomy), it is normal for a high percentage to suffer with a number of unpleasant and uncomfortable symptoms.  These life-changing symptoms can be so pronounced that many women feel the only way to suppress them is with hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

Menopause symptoms are the result of a natural reduction of hormones, primarily progesterone and estrogens. These reductions cause an imbalance to the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), which is responsible for controlling bodily functions, including stress reactions such as sweating, body temperature, circulation, heart rate, bowel and bladder function, and more.

There are two divisions of the ANS, the Sympathetic Nervous system (SNS) and the Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS). Symptoms such as sweating and anxiety, which are commonly associated with menopause, are under the control of the Sympathetic division, which is our body’s fight-flight stress reactor system. For example, when we perceive a threat, this is the system that causes our heart to beat faster and our pupils to dilate to allow more light for enhanced visual acuity and faster reactions.

In contrast, the Parasympathetic division (PNS) is responsible for REST and DIGESTION. This is the body’s repair and regulatory system and it tends to have the opposite effect to the SNS.  For example, the SNS speeds the heart rate while the PNS slows it down.  The two systems work together to regulate all of our organ systems.

Research conducted on LadyCare by Dr. Nyjon Eccles (2011) with the British Women Police using a heart rate variability machine enabled us to elucidate its mechanism of action in alleviating menopause symptoms. The initial testing, prior to the use of LadyCare, confirmed that all the women suffering with hot sweats had an imbalance of their ANS.  Within one month of using the LadyCare device 71% were no longer suffering with hot sweats. (click to see trial results)  Further testing with the heart rate variability monitor showed that the women’s Autonomic Nervous Systems had also been rebalanced. In other words, their ANS excess was reduced while their PNS activity was increased, thereby generating a healthier, balanced state of equilibrium between the two parts of the ANS.

Hundreds of thousands of Women worldwide are now using LadyCare with success having decided to stop taking HRT. We always recommend that LadyCare should be used for at least two weeks before gradually reducing HRT.

LadyCare helps balance the autonomic nervous system by increasing parasympathetic activity and decreasing excess sympathetic activity Ladycare helps balance the autonomic nervous system by decreasing excess sympathetic activity and increasing parasympathetic activity

Possibly the most exciting discovery for menopause – LadyCare represents a revolutionary breakthrough in easing symptoms of menopause and perimenopause 24/7.

Loved by thousands of women worldwide, LadyCare is a small, yet extremely powerful, therapeutic device that attaches discreetly and comfortably to your underwea

LadyCare Plus+ Helps With:

  • Perimenopause
  • Menopause
  • Surgically-induced menopause (hysterectomy)
  • Beyond menopause
  • Totally safe for woman undergoing cancer treatment

Hot flashes, mood swings and a range of other symptoms can all have a major impact on your quality of life. As a natural, drug-free alternative to HRT and bioidentical hormone therapy, LadyCare Plus+ is designed to reduce and relieve the majority of symptoms associated with menopause.

LadyCare could be the menopause symptom solution you’ve been searching for. Studies show it could help relieve up to 24 menopause symptoms.

Reported to help in over 70% of women.

Since no two women are the same, it’s impossible to predict how soon you may start to experience the benefits of LadyCare Plus+. Many women report feeling relief within a few days or a few weeks, while others find it can take up to three months before experiencing a significant difference in their symptoms and the way they feel. Unfortunately, as much as we wish LadyCare Plus+ worked on everyone, we cannot guarantee it, and there will always be a few women who are disappointed. What we can say with confidence is that with over 70% reporting they received considerable relief from their LadyCare Plus+ Menopause device, the odds of LadyCare Plus+ working for you are statistically in your favour.

Find out how LadyCare Plus+ could help you:

Natural alternative to HRT

Hormone therapies are the most commonly used prescription drugs for menopause in the US. Due to the side effects many women are seeking safer alternatives.
As a result thousands of women have turned to LadyCare Plus+ for natural, effective relief from symptoms.

Reduces Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are the most common symptom of menopause. However, the frequency and severity with which they occur varies greatly among women—from a few seconds to several minutes, and from once every couple of hours to every few days.

Read more about our research

Improves sleep

Disturbed sleep is hard enough to cope with at any stage in life, but can be particularly troublesome during menopause when stress, anxiety and general fatigue caused by the many changes taking place may be profound. Many women report sleeping better when they use LadyCare Plus+.

Alleviates itching and improves skin tone

A natural menopause solution could not only offer much-needed relief to the common issue of dry, itchy, crawly skin caused by the loss of collagen during menopause, but also help safeguard skin tone.

Helps restore and increase energy

Many women experience flagging energy during menopause. Whether it’s simple tiredness or a marked fatigue, the loss of energy could place a strain on their daily lives during menopause. LadyCare Plus+ could help improve or restore your natural energy levels.

Improve mood

Mood changes, sudden tears or sadness, irritability, anxiety, lack of motivation, tension, stress, even feelings of dread, are all common symptoms of menopause that could be alleviated by a natural solution such as LadyCare Plus+.

HRT & Bioidentical Hormone Therapy (BHRT)

HRT (also known as hormone therapy, and estrogen replacement therapy) uses synthetic hormones, some of which are derived from the urine of pregnant mares, to treat common symptoms of menopause and aging. However, several studies undertaken in recent years have shown that women taking HRT have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, heart disease, stroke, and blood clots. According to The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), a 15-year study tracking over 161,800 healthy, postmenopausal women, women who took the combination therapy had an increased risk of heart disease.

Bioidentical hormone therapy (BHRT) is a practice that’s largely confined to the United States. Bioidentical hormone preparations are medications that contain synthetic hormones that are an exact chemical match to those made naturally by humans. While the FDA does approve some bioidentical hormones made by drug companies, other bioidentical hormone preparations custom made at special compounding pharmacies specifically for individual patients are not FDA approved. Many women seeking safe, effective, drug-free solutions to traditional HRT and BHRT have turned to LadyCare Plus+ to alleviate their symptoms naturally.

24 menopause symptoms

LadyCare Plus+ has been shown to help relieve the following 24 symptoms of menopause:

  • Hot flushes
  • Heart palpitations (feeling your heart racing)
  • Irritability
  • Mood swings
  • Sudden tears
  • Loss of libido, sex drive
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Feelings of doom and dread
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Painful intercourse
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Urinary incontinence upon sneezing or laughing
  • Itchy, crawly skin
  • Sudden weight gain
  • Hair loss
  • Stomach problems: indigestion and gas
  • Painful and sore muscles, tendons and joints
  • Breast soreness, tenderness
  • Irregular vaginal bleeding
  • Disturbing lapses of memory
  • Increased muscle tension
  • Bladder infections

Eight Things You Might Be Doing that Worsen Your Menopause Symptoms

As our bodies go through this major change, we start producing less and less of the hormones that have been regulating our bodies for the last forty or fifty years. It’s surprising how many “normal” activities suddenly trigger unpleasant menopause symptoms when we don’t expect it.

Natural menopause treatments can always help but it’s smart to avoid worsening symptoms if it can be avoided.

Two of the biggest contributing triggers to unwelcome menopause symptoms are holding onto excess weight and consuming alcohol regularly. That might sound a bit depressing, but isn’t it worth finding out which of your usual habits could be making this transition more difficult and what you can do about them?

Carrying around excess weight exacerbates many menopause symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings, lowered libido, and more. Losing excess weight is healthy for many reasons, and easing one’s way through menopause offers another motivation for tackling weight loss if it’s needed.

Not to mention that eating unhealthy foods such as processed foods, fast food and even fatty meats all have other negative effects on menopausal women. Eating fatty meats can actually lower serotonin levels in your body which can result in a poor quality of sleep and feeling grumpy and irritable. Plus, being bloated or retaining water will likely feel worse now than ever before.

Another factor that affects hormone production is alcohol consumption. Are you having two or more drinks a day on average? Even one drink can affect your body’s temperature and functions and make menopausal symptoms worse. If you drink two or more alcoholic beverages a day, the effects are likely to be even more severe. The hormone levels affected by alcohol can lead to hot flashes, night sweats, headaches and even more serious health risks.

How You Might Be Making Your Hot Flashes Worse

Hot flashes and night sweats are an aggravating daily occurrence for some 75% of menopausal women, probably including you. There are a surprising number of things you might be doing in your daily life to bring on hot flashes more frequently or make them more intense. At the same time, looking into natural menopause treatments can help bring your body into a better balance and reduce the likelihood of hot flashes even more.

Basically, anything that raises your body’s core temperature can make hot flashes or night sweats more numerous or more intense. Here’s some examples.

Overexercising: While daily exercise can help keep many menopausal symptoms at bay, for many women going through perimenopause or menopause, a light workout from a low-impact routine like swimming or walking is more than enough. Heavy exercise can raise your core temperature, bringing on more hot flashes.

Hot baths: As relaxing as they can be, hot showers or baths can be particularly troublesome right before bed.

Drinking alcohol: The recommendation is to keep your daily intake at one drink or less, as women who drink alcohol (and especially in larger than moderate amounts) are more likely to suffer from hot flashes than those who limit themselves to one drink per day – or none.

Eating spicy foods: It’s no surprise that hot food can bring on hot flashes. Many people – men and women alike – experience a temporary rise in body temperature after eating a spicy meal. But it can actually trigger hot flashes and night sweats in menopausal women.

Heat: The sultry climes of tropical locales can seem so inviting, but that extra heat is something your body just doesn’t need during menopause. A warm or stifling room can have the same effect, so keep that temperature low and the fan on for maximum comfort and stave off some of those horrible menopause symptoms.

Tight clothing: Another factor that many women struggling with menopause symptoms might not have considered is how their clothing choices affect their body temperature. Wearing tight, constricting clothing can keep your body warmer and lead to more frequent or more intense hot flashes. Stick to light layers for maximum comfort and to avoid triggering hot flashes.

Drinking hot beverages: Sipping hot tea like an oolong, jasmine or even green tea might sound great to help you relax and try to get a peaceful night’s sleep but it could be helping bring about more severe menopause symptoms. All these types of tea have caffeine. Try switching to a caffeine-free cold beverage and see if you notice better sleep.

There are other things you might be doing to worsen your hot flashes and night sweats. You should also avoid factors such as cigarette smoke from your own cigarettes or secondhand smoke or excessive stress.

How to Avoid Triggering Menopause Symptoms

To summarize, there are a lot of healthy habits you can incorporate into your lifestyle to help you get through menopause with as little disruption as possible.

  • Eat well-balanced meals and avoid foods that are fatty, processed or even spicy.
  • Switch to caffeine-free, cold beverages like flavored water, chilled herbal teas or pure water to keep your body temperature down and side effects at a minimum.
  • Keep comfortable by keeping the temperatures as low as you need to and wear loose-fitting, light layers of clothing.
  • Keep alcohol consumption to a minimum. Consume no more than one drink a day or skip it entirely.
  • Keep life as stress-free as possible. If it’s possible to work some extra relaxation into your schedule or reduce your workload slightly, it might pay off in a smoother transition at this time of your life.
  • Incorporate light to moderate daily exercise into your schedule, but don’t overdo it.
  • If you’re up for it, look into getting onto a wellness program that helps you shed the few extra pounds you’ve been wanting to get rid of. The benefits could be more valuable now than ever!


Look into natural menopause treatments that have worked for your friends or family. One product that’s helped hundreds of thousands of women combat the dreaded effects of menopause is the LadyCare therapeutic device. You can learn about it here.

These statements and products have not been evaluated by the FDA. The products of this company are not intended to diagnose, prevent, heal, treat, or cure any disease or injury. If you have any pre-existing conditions, we advise you to check with your physician or healthcare provider prior to using. For external use only.

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