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- The symptoms of menopause, like the changes in menstrual periods vary from woman to woman, and depending on the attitude of each woman, it will be the best way to go through this natural biological process that generates sudden mood swings
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The symptoms of menopause, like the changes in menstrual periods vary from woman to woman, and depending on the attitude of each woman, it will be the best way to go through this natural biological process that generates sudden mood swings
Menopause is a process that marks the end of menstruation, and is diagnosed after 12 months have passed without a woman having a period again. It usually reaches 51 years of age, but it can happen sooner or later depending on various factors such as: the genetic information of each woman, lifestyle, diet, exercise and smoking.
The most common signs of this period are: irregular menstruation, vaginal dryness, decreased libido, urinary incontinence, hot flashes, chills, night heat, sleep problems, mood swings, weight gain and slow metabolism, thinning hair, skin dry, and loss of breast volume.
Maybe you already experience some of these symptoms and the panorama seems bleak, however, you can modulate them and even prevent them through diet, exercise and medication.
Hormone replacement therapy is used in medicine, which provides analogues of lacking hormones
- In food, seek to eat fresh, unprocessed foods. Avoid sugars and refined flours. Includes foods that provide natural omega fatty acids, such as quinoa, soy, tarragon, and flaxseed and oil. As well as products rich in calcium and vitamin D.
- Physical exercise is also of utmost importance to activate metabolism and control weight, and in terms of lifestyle habits, special emphasis should be placed on a good sleep-wake cycle.
Do not let menopause control your life, take precautions to control or avoid symptoms and achieve a better transition.