Estroven Good Sleep Challenge | Coming Soon!


Estroven has invited me to participate in a three month “Good Sleep Challenge” and I have happily accepted. I know many of you are thinking “Isn’t Estroven for older women?”. Well… Estroven is meant for women experiencing perimenopausal, menopausal and post menopausal symptoms. It wasn’t until recently that I started to put two and two together… odd symptoms like forgetfulness and fuzzy thinking, easily irritable, gaining a little weight, low libido, trouble sleeping and fatigue just to name a few.

Any of those symptoms sound familiar to you? Yes, even those of us in our early 40’s can start experiencing perimenopausal symptoms for up to 10 years (although not typical). Because I lost an ovary with the birth of my oldest, Kaytlin, my doctor mentioned that I may start to experience these symptoms even sooner than some. Just to check on everything else I had extensive blood work done at my last physical and found that my vitamin D and Iron were low. I am working on fixing these issues… but I still have all of the symptoms mentioned earlier.

Estroven has developed a reformulated Nighttime formula with melatonin and soy isoflavones. This is the product I will be taking during my Good Sleep Challenge. I feel good about going this route versus prescription pills because Estroven uses all natural ingredients.

I started the challenge just a few nights ago and I am excited to share my experiences with you soon!

Interested in taking the challenge with me? Sign up and you will be entered to win a Dream Spa Getaway valued at $5,000, and receive a $5 off coupon so you can get started tonight!

You can follow my detailed sleep challenge posts on the Estroven site here.

Let’s all start sleeping better together!

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Disclaimer: As part of the Estroven Good Sleep Challenge I will be provided product and reimbursement for my BlogHer ‘12 expenses. All opinions remain my own. Your experiences may differ from mine.


  1. Sandy VanHoey says

    I surely have the sleep issues and need something. I usually sleep approximately 4-5 hours a night. I ended up going through menopause in my late thirties although I had hysterectomy, ovaries were kept and was told that wouldn’t happen. It did and sleep has never been good since.

  2. Thanks heather, for the information and i have visited all of your sites and found alot of beneficial things, But estroven is similar to my requirements. I appreciate your working to help out people like us from the problems.

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