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The facts about menopause

Before you say goodbye to your period for good, there are certain things that each woman should know. The changes that your body is going through, affect everything from your heart, liver, kidneys to your veins, nerves and bones. No woman looks forward to her menopause because that period of life means sleep problems, hot flashes and other hormone changes that affect her mood and health as well.

If you didn’t pay special attention to your health while you were young, there are big chances that you will have serious health issues during menopause. It would be good for every woman to regularly inspect their body and do regular health checks before their menopause happens but also after it happens.

When it happens for the first time, you will feel a bit strange but you have to understand that just like your period, menopause is something that is completely normal in your cycle of life. There is nothing strange about it, it just happens. Such is the course of life events. Each woman has an individual menopause experience. Some important facts that each woman should know are as follows.

Menopause conditions

If you manage 12 months without menstruation, that basically means that you have hit menopause. It takes a year without a period so that a woman can know for certain that she is in her menopause. The most common age when menopause occurs is around 51 although if it happens before 40, that is commonly known as early menopause. Most of the time, early menopause is a result of a medical condition or it runs in your family.

Early menopause occurs with those women who had their ovaries removed due to their medical condition or any particular health issues. In such cases, early menopause occurs immediately upon removal. The most common menopause symptoms are weight gain and hot flashes. The first one we all know what it is and the hot flashes are sudden rushes of warmth or intense feeling that can last up to several minutes. It happens during the night and it is known as night sweats.

About the Author Dorothy Rivas

Hello and welcome to my personal blog, solely dedicated to the health and well-being of women. My name is Dorothy Rivas and I felt a great need to become an author of a blog that will deal with thematics such as menopause, pms, fibrostol and other aspects of being a woman. Since I am positively sure that most women are not aware of how to maintain their health and take care of themselves, I wanted to give my humble contribution by writing about some of the most common problems that all women tend to experience. Girls, this blog is for you.