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Benefits of Shilajit for Women

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If you thought Shilajit was only for men, then you are mistaken. Shilajit has many benefits for women as well. Shilajit is formed over many centuries through the decomposition of plants at an altitude of over 3000m. It is an effective supplement for everyone’s health. It has many health benefits for men such as increasing sperm production, improving male sexual health and increasing libido.

Some of Shilajit’s benefits for women include;

Regulates periods

Shilajit helps in regularizing female reproductive hormones like oestrogen and progesterone. This ensures you get a predictable monthly cycle. It can also reduce menstruation cramps.

Improves your hair health

Shilajit contains zinc, magnesium and fulvic acid. These substances enhance hair health. For instance, a person who has a zinc deficiency may have less protein structure in their hair. Moreover, calcium can be responsible for clogging up the hair follicles which can result in dandruff. The magnesium in the Shilajit reduces the clogging up of hair follicles and formation of dandruff.

It reduces menopause symptoms

During menopause, some women may experience reduction in bone density due to the deficiency of oestrogen. Shilajit increases bone density and helps in relieving the symptom of poor bone density in women.

Helps in weight loss

It helps in reducing weight naturally. Shilajit increases mitochondrial function which helps in burning fat to produce energy. Those who want to reduce weight can do so using Shilajit resin.

It rejuvenates you

Being fatigued and being a woman are becoming more synonymous. Many women have to perform house chores and concentrate on their jobs as well. Taking care of all these tasks can make you suffer from burnout. Shilajit increases mitochondrial function and generates energy that you can use.

This energy boost is vital for busy women and will help you do your daily tasks.

Reduces risk of getting Alzheimer’s

Fulvic acid is an antioxidant and it helps in improving cognitive health through the prevention of accumulation of protein.

Reduces aging

Fulvic acid found in Shilajit resin prevents cellular damage. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidants agents that reduce the rate of aging and will make your skin look firmer and more youthful.

Combats anaemia

Anaemia can be caused by excessive blood loss, inability to absorb iron or a low iron diet. Some of the symptoms of anaemia include being weak, tired, having cold hands and feet and having an irregular heartbeat. Shilajit resin increases the level of iron in a person’s body and is a beneficial dietary supplement if you are iron deficient.

Reduces altitude sickness

Some of the symptoms of high-altitude sickness include insomnia, nausea, dementia, hypoxia, pulmonary oedema, weariness and hypoxia. According to studies, Shilajit can help someone to overcome high altitude sickness. Shilajit is beneficial for women too.

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