Surviving Menopause Naturally
Publisher: Publisher s21598
Every woman undergoes menopause at some point in her life. The average age of menopause is 51 years of age but it can occur as young as 30 or at age 60. If you have menopausal symptoms prior to that, it is known as premature menopause. The exact definition of menopause is the cessation of menstrual periods for a consecutive 12 months.
The wide fluctuations in hormones during menopause do not just affect the physical body. They affect the brain and emotions as well. Things like mood swings, depression, and anxiety are common symptoms seen during the menopausal years and it can sometimes reach debilitating proportions. You can have increasing crying spells and irritability that can have an effect on you and those around you.
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the continual alterations in hormone levels during the menopausal years can have a negative impact on emotions so that some women are left feeling depressed, anxious, and irritable.
Estrogen and progesterone receptors are located in the brain as well as the body so that it is natural to assume that mental and emotional changes will affect the body during times when the hormones fluctuate.
Even though menopause is a natural process that happens to all of us, there’s still a few things that you need to keep an eye on to make sure that everything is happening the way it should
Learn about the various menopause symptoms and how they effect your piece of mind and quality of life.
Discover multiple effective and all natural remedies for those symptoms.
Learn how your emotional health affects severity of symptoms.
Discover how stress reduction and cognitive behavioral therapy helps alleviate menopause symptoms.
Many women in the perimenopausal and menopausal years feel like nothing in life makes sense. One minute they find themselves crying uncontrollably while the next, they feel extremely angry for no reason. There can be an increase in premenstrual syndrome in the perimenopausal years as the ovaries struggle to make up for their age-related decline.
You may feel and act crazy at times but this isn’t permanent and soon you will return to a normal state. In the meantime, there are things you can do to combat these changes.
Antidepressants. antidepressants. They are most beneficial for depressive symptoms but they can also help anxiety symptoms and problems with sleep.
Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Not every woman experiences emotional changes as a result of menopause. If you find yourself with emotional changes in menopause that you can’t tolerate, try some of the tips mentioned in this book, as we elaborate and in depth guide to help everybody to understand Menopause better
Available since: 01/04/2019.