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Arthur Andrew Medical Inc. Proferia Advanced Dermal Progesterone -- 2 oz

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Arthur Andrew Medical Inc. Proferia Advanced Dermal Progesterone -- 2 oz

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Arthur Andrew Medical Inc. Proferia Advanced Dermal Progesterone Description

  • A Topical Progesterone To Support Healthy Hormone Levels
  • Healthy Energy Levels
  • Good Moods
  • Great Sleep

We all know what it feels like when your hormones are balanced


Many women have been lead to believe that estrogen is the answer to many common hormonal challenges, however this is not always the case.


Hormone balance is critical for those trying to achieve proper health. Women are becoming increasingly susceptible to estrogen dominance due to many common items that we use in our everyday lives. Estrogen is commonly found in forms of oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapies. But it’s also in many chemicals used in the production of the foods we eat. There are over 50 chemicals that have been identified as hormonal disruptors and research has shown that many of today's pesticides actually mimic estrogen in our bodies.


Proferia provides natural progesterone to promote healthy hormone levels.


Proferia is an all-natural topical source of progesterone. Progesterone is responsible for a wide range of processes within the body and when adequately balanced, can help support sleep, mood, weight, and even skin appearance, by balancing water retention levels. Many experts agree that these characteristics make up the essense of achieving Beauty From Within.


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It is very common for important hormones such as progesterone to decrease with age. This decrease can lead to a variety of issues, and one common issue that plagues many women is a loss in bone density. Supporting hormone balance with a natural, topical progesterone cream may help the body maintain normal bone density.

Proferia is an all-natural, topical hormone product. It provides a natural source of the progesterone hormone, a key component to healthy hormone levels. Proferia is a safe and effective hormone balancing product that can help you enjoy a healthier life—free from the effects of hormone imbalances.

How Proferia Works

There are many misconceptions regarding progesterone. For many years, it was thought to be a simple sex hormone, however, research has shown that progesterone is vital to men and women of all ages.

For women, progesterone is released right before ovulation, while a decrease in estrogen production occurs. The amount of progesterone produced naturally within the body should normally exceed 200-300 times that of estrogen. Since estrogen is released in much smaller amounts than progesterone, it’s easy to see how a minor increase in estrogen production has a large effect on the body's overall hormone balance.

It’s important to understand that hormone balance can be achieved in some cases by increasing the amount of progesterone in one's body. We recommend having your hormone levels checked via saliva testing to ensure that a progesterone supplement is right for you. Progesterone plays a vital role that estrogen does not, due to the fact that it is a precursor to many other hormones within the body.

Progesterone is also calming, and counteracts many of the uncomfortable symptoms one would experience with excessive estrogen. It also has been shown to boost immune health and increase energy levels.

Proferia for Men’s Health

Can Proferia be beneficial for men?

While a vast majority of progesterone cream seekers are women, there are a growing number of men that have been using these creams to support prostate health. Many progesterone creams, including Proferia, are marketed more towards women, but the product is safe for men and could be effective for men’s health.

Men produce progesterone at approximately half the rate of women. However, it plays just as important of a role in hormone balance in men as it does in women. Just as testosterone production decreases with age, the same occurs with progesterone.

Add Proferia to your repertoire today to start enjoying a healthier, more balanced life.



Suggested Use:

Proferia should be applied once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider. Apply to thin areas of the skin, such as the neck, breasts, inside the arms etc. A typical dosage of Proferia varies on the individual and the symptoms they’re experiencing. We recommend a 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of Proferia daily (contains appx 20mg of progesterone per 1/4 teaspoon).


Pre-Menopausal Women For best results, we recommended using progesterone creams for a period of two weeks in between each menstrual cycle. Calculated from Day 1 of the menstruation cycle (the first day of bleeding), begin using Proferia on Day 12 through Day 26, applying the recommended amount. Stop using the cream from Day 27 through Day 11 of next month’s cycle.

It is important to take these breaks each month in order to allow the body to re-sensitize to the cream. Alternate the area of application to maximize absorption.


Post-Menopausal Women For best results we recommended applying Proferia as directed for a period of 21 consecutive days during the month. Stop using Proferia for one week to allow the body to become re-sensitized to the progesterone. Alternate the area of application to maximize absorption.


It is important to take these breaks each month in order to allow the body to re-sensitize to the cream. Alternate the area of application to maximize absorption.


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Gluten, soy, artificial colors and preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Servings per Container: 0
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Proferia Advanced Dermal Progesterone
Mexican Yam Root, Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Concentrate, Deionized Water, Safflower Oil, Stearic Acid, Cetyl Lactate, Sorbitol, Cetyl Alcohol, Wheat Germ Oil, Glycosaminoglycans, Sodium PCA, Extracts of: (Arnica, Burdock, Rosemary, Pine, Chamomile, Watercress, Nettles, Red Vine, St. John's Wort, Horse Chestnut, Marigold, Tilia Cordata Flower Extract, Hops, Equisetum Arvense Extract, Lemon, Fucus, Spiraea Ulmaria flower Extract, Corn Flower), Triethanolamine, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Fragrance, Tocopherol, Retinol, Ergocalciferol
500 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Mexican yam root, whole leaf aloe vera concentrate, deionized water, safflower oil, stearic acid, cetyl lactate, sorbitol, cetyl alcohol, wheat germ oil, hydrolyzed mucopolysaccharides, sodium PCA, progesterone, extracts of: (Arnica, burdock, rosemary, pine, chamomile, watercress, nettles, red vine, St. John's wort, horse chestnut, marigold, limetree, hops, horse tail, lemon, fucus, queen meadows, corn flower), triethanolamine, imidazolidinyl urea, fragrance, tocopherol, retinol, ergocalciferol.

Do not take Proferia without the consent of your physician if you are pregnant or nursing.

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Menopause and Mental Health: Important Steps to Protect Yourself

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Menopause has historically been more synonymous with “mood swings” than “mental health”—until recently. While a dearth of data exists on the topic of menopause in general—research reveals that only one in five OBGYNs are trained in menopause—more and more current studies confirm what women of a certain age have known for…well, ever: The transition out of their reproductive years is defined not only by hot flashes and night sweats but also by inexplicable depression, crippling anxiety and the sudden inability to recall where they put their keys. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. Woman Sitting on Patio Holding Glass of Water Contemplating Menopause and Mental Health According to Women’s Midlife Health, 18% of women in early perimenopause—the years preceding menopause (the complete cessation of menstruation for a year or more) — experience depression. This percentage jumps to 38% in laterperimenopause. Meanwhile, anxiety strikes frequently, and with fire: Many women experience panic attacks in the months and years leading up to menopause, which, as Harvard Health remarks, can persuade them into thinking that aging will be bleak. Insider tip: It’s not. And yet, why does this happen? And, if this does in fact sound familiar to you, what can you do to cope with it all? Keep reading as we peel back the layers.

Why mental health is threatened during perimenopause and menopause

The primary cause of feeling mentally unwell during perimenopause — and, later, menopause—is due in large part to a decline in estrogen. You know that sense of glee, that pure, wonderful energy, you feel perhaps a week after your period starts? Thank estrogen for that boost. When your estrogen levels increase, so do your levels of serotonin—a key neurotransmitter that regulates feelings of well-being. When your ovarian function begins declining during perimenopause, estrogen drops, and may leave you feeling doomed. That said, it’s important to note that not all women and AFAB (assigned female at birth) endure this. Harvard Health is just one source out of many who asserts that depression and anxiety during perimenopause are more common in those who have previously suffered from a mental health disorder. Those with bipolar disorder, for example, may be more prone to huge swings in their moods than those without it. Regardless of your mental health past, rest assured you aren’t in fact doomed. The most important things to do are: 1. Recognize that these alterations in your mental (and physical) health are part and parcel of the process of aging 2. Realize you have the power to take control of your mental health 3. Honor what your brain and body are going through — and celebrate this era of change 4. Trust that it is likely temporary: Data shows that the more time that passes after menopause, the less you will feel mentally off 5. Identify your symptoms, be gentle with yourself and be realistic about when you may need professional help — topics we’ll jump into next

Menopause and mental health: Know the symptoms

Being female is to be dynamic. This we know—from the roughly 40 years we women menstruate. The hormone fluctuations and psychological shifts we begin experiencing with our first period may be tiresome, but they’re exacerbated in perimenopause and menopause. These may include: ? Despair ? Depression ? Anxiety ? Panic ? Paranoia ? Anger ? Irritation ? Difficulty concentrating ? Confusion ? Tearfulness ? Changes in libido These mental health challenges can be compounded by oscillations in your physical realm. The inability to sleep well, weight gain, vaginal dryness, headaches, joint pain, muscle aches—all of these more talked-about signs of menopause can only intensify the chaos you may feel in your mind. According to The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the official name for this is perimenopausal mood instability. While you’re experiencing these extreme highs and lows in our mental health, a title may seem like a moot point. What seems more urgent, perhaps, is discovering a method out of what may feel like madness. Here’s how.

How to manage perimenopausal and menopausal mental health

First things first: If these symptoms resonate with you, you may want to book an appointment with your healthcare professional to assess your hormone levels. This will provide you with a clearer picture of where you stand, and the measures you may need to take to return to balance. Additionally, consider these steps:

Revamp your lifestyle

Adequate exercise, sufficient sleep, sound nutrition, smart stress-busting activities and hydration go an exceptionally long way in making anyone feel better, period. (Pun intended.) Practicing these primary pillars of health will help you build a foundation to weather the winds you may be experiencing.

Weave supplements into your daily

Several supplements have been shown to nourish people through this era of change. Black cohosh, for one, offers organic support for menopausal symptoms. The Peruvian herb maca may also support healthy estrogen production, which might enhance your mood in general. And reishi, derived from the mushroom of the same name, may bolster feelings of well-being while also buttressing your immune system.

Shore up your adrenals

When your ovarian function begins to dwindle, your adrenals—teeny glands, located above your kidneys, that produce critical hormones like noradrenaline, adrenaline, cortisol and aldosterone — take over. These are mighty endocrine glands, but they’re also hard hit by stress — and a woman/AFAB’s late 30s, 40s, 50s, and early 60s are classically filled with stressors, like dealing with aging parents, children leaving home, and professional and relational changes. To ensure your adrenals can take on as many responsibilities as you — like heart rate, blood pressure, and metabolism—omit (or at least cut down on) alcohol, refrain from smoking, aim to eat within the first hour of waking, and concentrate on restorative exercises, such as yin yoga and walking.

Consider hormone replacement therapy

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