Relizen was mentioned recently during a Good Morning America segment as an effective, non-hormonal treatment for hot flashes and night sweats, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the news! The segment, featuring Dr. Jen Ashton and Ms. Gwen Harris, focused on menopause symptoms, treatments, and common questions that women have, and offered some great resources including Facebook support groups and various specialized products.
The Menopause Support Group on Facebook
To the general public, menopause still carries somewhat of a stigma. But that isn’t keeping women silent about their experiences ‑ quite the opposite, in fact. More and more women are joining together to support each other online in private support groups on Facebook, most notably the Menopause Support Group. The support group featured on Good Morning America was founded by Harris a little over four years ago, has more than 23,000 members across 80+ countries, and publishes hundreds of posts each day. The support group takes an intentionally non-medical stance to its discussions, recognizing the fact that menopause is “more than just the symptoms,” and impacts all aspects of a woman’s life. Harris started the private Facebook group as a place where women could come to ask questions, share experiences, and offer support.
Relizen: The Flower Pollen Extract that Works
In addition to online support groups where women can engage in open and honest discussions with other women having the same experiences, Dr. Ashton recommended several remedies for symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats. Aside from the more well-known suggestions of regular exercise, cooling sheets and pajamas, she discussed Relizen’s ability to effectively reduce hot flashes and night sweats. Thanks for the shout out and including us in such a positive, empowering segment! You can learn more about Relizen’s ability to reduce hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms.
Check out the full article and video segment here.