Every woman knows that one day she will go through the process of her ovaries reducing their function. Her hormones shifting dramatically and she will finally cease to have a monthly period. But there are so many...
With hot flashes, night sweats, changes in mood, added stress and anxiety, trouble sleeping, decreased energy, lack of focus, and much more, this can be an extremely difficult period of time for women. Symptoms can even include...
While most women transition through pre-menopause in their 40s, some experience symptoms as early as their late 30s. During this time, women may experience significant changes to their body and well-being as their ovaries are depleted of...
Perimenopause can cause dramatic changes that interfere with the menstrual cycle, hormone balance, sleep, metabolism, immune function, and sexual reproduction (fertility). The gradual changes typically last for an average of 4 years but can extend to as...
Several women experience body composition changes when menopause symptoms begins, generally around 45 years of age or so. One thing that happens when women reach this stage in their life is weight gain. Oftentimes, women blame menopause...
Menopause is a critical time in a woman's life when menstruation and ovulation finally stop, and women are no longer able to bear natural children. Menopause- isn't official until menstruation has stopped for a full year. But,...
Everyone has heard horror stories about hot flashes and cranky moods. These symptoms are associated with menopausal women and a phase in life many women dread. However, brain fog is also among the list of menopause symptoms....
Virtually every woman will go through menopause. It tends to occur in the late 40s to about the early to mid 50s. In addition to hot flashes and night sweats, many women will also deal with weight...
Experiencing the natural changes that accompany menopause does not have to signal the end of sex for a woman. Yes, it is a time of transition that includes many changes; however, there is no need to worry...
Although menopausal climacteric is not a fatal condition, a stroke can turn a nice situation into a deadly one. If a person believes they are experiencing a stroke they should call an ambulance or get to the...
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