Recent surveys conducted by Dr Nyjon Eccles (BSc MBBS PhD MRCP) have shown that LadyCare helps eliminate the symptoms of menopause.
The results are as follows:
LadyCare survey with the British Association of Women Police. Research to determine the effects of LadyCare on symptoms of menopause.
After a previous study concluded that the LadyCare device had a very positive effect on relieving symptoms of menopause Dr Nyjon Eccles decided to run further studies on how it achieves that.
35 women from the British Association of Women Police took part in the survey who belong to the Dorset Police in the UK. 71% of these women reported that they had fewer hot flashes after using Lady Care.
All of the women taking part in the survey were either peri-menopausal or menopausal and experiencing many of the symptoms, particularly night sweats and hot flashes.
As it is the ANS that regulates all of the symptoms of menopause including night sweats and other bodily processes, Dr Eccles’ initial conclusions were that due to the symptoms having eased LadyCare must be helping to balance the autonomic nervous system (ANS).
ANS activity can be measured in a recognised, non-invasive way by heart rate variability (HRV). By analysing the heart rhythm in a menopausal woman it is shown that the measured time between each heartbeat varies. This reflects the interplay between the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) (speeding up the heart) and the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) (slowing down the heart).
All of the particpants showed an imbalance in the ANS at the start of the survey from the data recorded on the HRV machine and were all experiencing menopausal symptoms. For the purposes of the study they all wore the Lady Care therapeutic device 24/7 for three months. After one month of wearing the device 71% reported that their menopause symptoms had eased.
Further study to determine the effects of LadyCare on various symptoms of menopause.
Following more reports from women about how wearing LadyCare significantly improved their menopausal symptoms Dr Nyjon Eccles decided to gather more evidence by conducting another survey with a larger group of 508 women.
All of these women responded to his advert in the Daily Mail for a free trial of Lady Care if they were experiencing peri-menopausal or menopausal symptoms and if they agreed to report and rate their symptoms over a three month period, at monthly intervals. They were asked to rate the severity of their symptoms on a scale of 0 to 5 where 0 meant no symptoms and 5 meant severe symptoms. Records were taken prior to using Lady Care and then at monthly intervals thereafter.
Symptoms of the Menopause
At the start of the survey the following symptoms were reported across the group:
- Mood swings
- Poor sleep
- Sore muscles
- Feminine dryness
- Sudden weight gain
- Hot flashes
- Low sex drive
- Urinary incontinence
- Feelings of dread
- Lack of concentration
- Memory lapses
- Muscle tension
- Breast tenderness