All about each symptom of menopause
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34 Menopause Symptoms Site Map All about each symptom of menopause!
Menopause Symptoms Gain knowledge on how to effectively manage menopausal symptoms by understanding the common signs, causes, and treatments of this natural process.
Hot Flashes Learn more about hot flashes, what causes them, how to manage them, what triggers to avoid, and the possible treatments for this symptom.
Night Sweats Night sweats during menopause are a common symptom among middle-aged women. Keep reading to learn more about this symptom.
Irregular Periods There are many causes related to irregular periods, but hormones play a vital role in the menstrual cycle.
Loss of Libido Women who understand the underlying emotional and physical factors in loss of libido are able to manage it. Learn more about ways to treat it.
Vaginal Dryness Vaginal dryness is a common symptom of menopause that is caused by a decrease in estrogen levels. There are several treatment options.
Fatigue Fatigue is fairly common, partly due to hormone imbalance that often occurs in these years. During perimenopause, a woman may feel fatigued all the time.
Hair Loss Is your hair falling out more than usual? Hormonal imbalance may be the cause. Learn more about hair loss during menopause.
Sleep Disorders Keep nodding off during the day? Wide-eyed at night? Many menopausal women suffer from a sleep disorder. Learn more here.
Difficulty Concentrating Difficulty concentrating is a common experience during menopause. Read on to discover what triggers it and how to deal with concentration problems.
Memory Lapses No matter who you are, memory lapses can be a disruptive symptom during menopause, and can sometimes be severe enough to affect day-to-day life.
Dizziness during Menopause Does the room feel like it's spinning? This symptom of menopause can be disorienting. Find out what causes it and how to treat it.
Weight Gain during Menopause Women tend to gain some weight during menopause even if they do not change their eating habits or exercise routine. Find out why and what to do about it.
Incontinence Incontinence doesn't have to become a long-term problem that affects a woman's life; discover natural, alternatives, and conventional treatments.
Bloating Bloating in the belly? Menopause can bring this common discomfort. Learn more about modifications to eating habits and other ways to treat this symptom.
Allergies Allergies are a very common symptom among women that can get worse during menopause. Find out what causes this change and how to treat it.
Brittle Nails Cracking, flaking, and brittle nails are a little-known menopause symptom. Find out what causes brittles nails and what can be done about them.
Changes in Body Odor Changes in body odor are a typical symptom of menopause, and it's often caused by changes in hormone levels. Learn here how to control odor.
Irregular Heartbeat The heart skipping a beat can be a scary experience, but luckily, it's usually just part of menopause and not the sign of an underlying problem.
Mood Swings Menopausal mood swings can be a troublesome symptom. Learn the basic facts on mood swings, including how to identify and manage them.
Depression Menopausal women are more susceptible to developing depression due to hormone fluctuations. Find out more about this treatable disorder.
Anxiety Anxiety can affect your quality of life. Click here for more information about anxiety during menopause.
Irritability Feeling easily irritated is a drag at any point in life, but especially during menopause when there might not be an obvious cause.
Panic Disorder Women may be more prone to developing panic disorder during the menopause transition, when hormone levels are in flux.
Breast Pain Breast pain and tenderness is a common symptom during menopause. Click here for more information about breast pain.
Headaches Migraines and tension headaches can appear all too frequently during the menopause transition. Fortunately, there are ways to manage this symptom.
Joint Pain Joint pain can flare up during menopause, having an impact on mobility and daily life. Find out how to treat and manage this menopause symptom.
Burning Tongue Burning tongue is an unexpected and mysterious symptom of menopause. While the causes are not fully understood, find out what is known.
Electric Shocks Jolts and zaps under the skin are one of the most unexpected symptoms related to menopause.
Digestive Problems Digestive distress is a common menopause symptom and can be related to several phenomena, such as irritable bowel syndrome.
Gum Problems Many women experience increased gum problems during the menopause transition. Find out more about this menopause symptom.
Muscle Tension Many women during menopause suffer from muscle tension. Read on to learn more about this symptom and how to handle it.
Itchy Skin Learn what exactly itchy skin is. Read about the common causes and best treatment options there are available for menopausal itchy skin.
Tingling Extremities Learn what exactly tingling extremities are. Read about the common causes and best treatment options there are available for tingling extremities.
Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones and increases the risk of sudden fractures. Find out ways to prevent possible fractures here.
Early Menopause Some women may experience the menopause transition before the age of 40, whether it is because of natural causes or medical reasons.
Premenopause During a woman's "reproductive years," from puberty until menopause symptoms appear, she may experience symptoms related to hormonal imbalance.
Perimenopause It is an unfortunate fact of life as a female that menopause is inevitable. Every woman will eventually experience the discomfort
Postmenopause After the menopause transition, symptoms usually disappear, but consistently low hormone levels can prolong symptoms and pose other health risks.
34 Menopause Symptoms Treatments Menopause symptoms can be troublesome and interfere with everyday life. However, there are many natural and alternative treatments you can try.
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