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Aching joints due to menopause, is there any relief?

2017 February 24


Of course I want to get rid off pain in my joints like everybody else. However, I don’t have osteoarthritis but probably an oestrogen deficiency due to menopause which is quite noticeable recently and manifests itself by joint pain (I am 55 years).
Joint pain is what I want to get rid off. I lost the strength in my fingers/hands. I’m not quite sure what’s best for me. Arthro -5, glucosamine, chondroitin or something else perhaps.

Our supplements are especially designed for people who suffer from osteoarthritis. In the case of an estrogen deficiency, they are basically not effective.[glucosamine-rechts]

However, it is a fact that a lot of people have a poorer quality of the cartilage which will not be identified yet as being osteoarthritis. Some don’t even suffer from any joint pain. An estrogen deficiency may be something that could cause the actual noticeable symptoms. Supplementation with a dietary supplement can provide a better functioning of the joints causing the symptoms to reduce

I think that you will experience already a possible improvement with glucosamine. If this doesn’t work then it’s best to give Arthro-5 a try. This is a very powerful supplement that gives you the best chance of success.

The active ingredients in these supplements are known as ‘symptomatic slow acting’ in the science books. This means that the effect is noticeable only after a longer period of time. Generally it can be said that within three months you can determine whether the supplement works against pain, stiffness and load capacity.

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