Our new product which is designed especially for Women's health and the Menopause.

A poll of 2,000 women currently experiencing menopause or premenopausal symptoms across the UK, commissioned by Koru Kids, found 18 per cent were looking to leave their jobs because of their symptoms.

It is estimated that there are at least 5.87 million women of menopausal or premenopausal age currently working in the UK, extrapolated from data from the Office for National Statistics – meaning that at least 1,057,000 woman could be looking to quit because of their symptoms...

This estimate is similar to an earlier estimate made by BUPA before the pandemic, which said almost a million women had left their job because of menopausal symptoms.

Anything that can we do to help ourselves and other women during this time is so important. 

Magnesium and it importance for women during the Menopause:

- Approximately 10–30% of postmenopausal women experience osteoporosis, a gradual decline in bone density. High magnesium intake through food, Magnesium oil and supplements may decrease the progression of osteoporosis and support bone health.

Depression is a common symptom among perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. Though it’s related to many factors, ensuring adequate magnesium levels may alleviate depressive symptoms (19Trusted Source, 20Trusted Source).Magnesium plays a key role in brain function, mood regulation, and stress response, which may affect the progression and onset of depression and anxiety (20Trusted Source, 21Trusted Source).In a study in 171 postmenopausal women, 81.9% of participants had low blood levels of magnesium. What’s more, those with low magnesium were also more likely to report low to moderate levels of depression (22Trusted Source).Furthermore, some research has found a link between magnesium deficiency and increased anxiety (23Trusted Source).

- Though menopause does not cause heart disease, postmenopausal women are at an increased risk of high blood pressure, triglycerides, and levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol due to factors like decreased levels of estragon, stress, age, and poor lifestyle habits (27Trusted Source).What’s more, lower levels of magnesium are linked to poor heart health. In one study in 3,713 postmenopausal women, high magnesium levels were associated with lower inflammatory markers related to heart disease, indicating better heart health (28Trusted Source, 29Trusted Source).Magnesium helps control heart muscle contractions and nerve impulses, allowing for a healthy heartbeat. What’s more, magnesium-rich foods are a significant source of antioxidants, healthy fats, protein, and fiber, all of which benefit heart health (30Trusted Source).

Magnesium plays a vital role in health throughout all life stages.

During menopause, it’s important for keeping bones strong and preventing osteoporosis, or weakening of bones. Magnesium may also reduce unwanted side effects of menopause, such as difficulty sleeping and depression while supporting heart health.

Most menopausal women have inadequate magnesium levels, putting them at greater risk of poor health. However, magnesium can be consumed through many foods, such as dark chocolate, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and whole grains. 

Our Menopause magnesium oil blends with pure essential oils have been handmade with you in mind. 

Get your Magnesium oil for menopause here.