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Menopause

By Rawlings Oke Godwin

On 4 Jan, 2022

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Menopause affects all women in their mid-40s and beyond the age of 50. Menopause is the full cessation of a woman’s menstruation. This might happen naturally or as a result of surgery or other cause. It has the potential to last several years. Several hormonal changes occur in a woman’s body at this time.

Symptoms

Menopause symptoms include these changes. It can manifests itself in a variety of ways, including

  • Mood swings
  • Irritability
  • Depression

A woman’s physique goes through various alterations as well. With the onset of menopause, women’s bone density begins to deteriorate. The body’s calcium absorption decreases. As a result, you may experience

  • frequent fractures and brittle nails, which might be a sign of menopause.

Another symptom is dry skin. It’s mainly attributable to the effects of time and exposure to the sun. This problem can be solved by using a lot of moisturizers.

  • A lady may feel hot flushes and sweat without warning.
  • The same hot flushes can wake you up at night, causing restlessness. These flushes are caused by blood vessel constriction.
  • This might make a menopausal woman feel exhausted and drained all of the time.
  •  Changes in hormones lead the body’s tissues to lose their suppleness
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Loss of interest in sexual topics
  • Dropping hair or stiff joints might be mistaken for indicators of ageing. It is, however, due to a decrease in estrogen and progesterone hormone production.
  • Excessive hair growth can occur as a result of testosterone overproduction.
  • Some women have problems recalling information. This memory loss could be a marker of menopause.
  • Women can become too sensitive and cry at the smallest provocation. They may feel alone.

Conclusion.

Menopause is, therefore, a challenging time for most women in their lifetime. With a clear grasp of the indicators of menopause, one can treat women with more empathy and sensitivity. Knowing the symptoms of menopause can also help you deal with the issues more effectively.

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