Walking and Swimming Can Resolve Menopausal Miseries
Menopause is one sure sign of aging among women. However, there are women who experience early menopause due to removal of the ovaries through surgery and other health reasons. One of the most common signs of menopause is the ceasing of menstruation continuously for two years. At menopause, women may not be able to conceive. It occurs majorly between late 40s and early 50s and is often accompanied by changes that cause a lot of discomfort among women. Magic of walking and swimming in overcoming the misery of menopause is below;
1. Menopause is characterized by depression
During menopause, most women tend to have a lot of stress as a result of menopause changes. Some may have been caught by menopause before they finished bearing children. Women especially the ambitious in education always bear children very late. Therefore, they do not always have enough time to give their husbands the number…
What is it ?
Menopause is a condition that all women experience as they grow older and age. It signals the end of their menstrual period. The women go through many changes before and after menstruation stops. The average age of menopause is 51 years. Menopause can be 'induced' by surgical removal of the ovaries or by iatrogenic ablation of ovarian function by chemotherapy, radiotherapy or by treatment with gonadotrophin-releasing analogues .Population studies show that smoking and low…
As the name suggests, menopause does bring a pause in a woman’s life, however it doesn’t stop a person from living life to the fullest. When a woman doesn’t get her period for 12 months consecutively, she is said to have got menopause.
Menopause symptoms majorly include physical illness, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, depression, weight gain, sleep disturbance, mood symptoms, urinary complaints and uterine bleeding problems.
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Menopause causes a…
The menopause is the period of time a woman 's life, at which her ability to give birth ends. The main natural fact is the end of the menstrual flow and it causes reduced secretion of the ovarian hormones estrogen and progesterone. Symptoms have been related to menopause are mood changes, sleep disorders, urinary incontinence, cognitive changes, somatic complaints, sexual dysfunction, and reduced quality of life may be secondary to other symptoms or related to other causes.…
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• Peri-menopause, also known as the menopausal transition, precedes the menopause and is characterized by irregular
menstrual cycles with associated endocrinologic changes and symptoms of hypoestrogenism.
• Menopause is defined as amenorrhea for 12 months due to gametogenic failure, thus marking the beginning of the
– Variable cycle length, > 7 days different from normal
– Increased intermenstrual…
The Science of Menopause
Without getting too technical, starting in your late 30s your body will begin to produce less estrogen and progesterone. Thankfully, rather than dropping all at once, these hormone levels begin to gradually decrease over time, so that by your late 40s or early 50s, you are approaching the point when your hormone levels will no longer stimulate menstruation. However, this can mean many years of seemingly inexplicable changes occurring within your body, as it begins to…
Teaching Plan Assignment: Nutrition and Diet in Menopause
Sometime around the age of 45 and 55, a woman will experience the “the change of life”, also known as menopause. The North American Menopause Society (2015) defines menopause as, “the final menstrual period and usually confirmed when a woman has missed her periods for 12 consecutive months (in absence of other obvious causes)”. This end in fertility marks a significant change in a woman’s life that will have a lasting impact on her…
It might come as a surprise that many women who are starting menopause or are already menopausal are still not comfortable talking to their doctor’s about the difficult effects brought on by symptoms related to the change. While some women are okay with taking over the counter or prescription drugs because it is the easiest thing to do, others are looking for a trending and natural way to reduce their symptoms and feel confident and sexy while doing it. Although, this topic is uncomfortable it…
Menopause is a normal process in which your reproductive ability comes to an end. This process happens gradually over a span of months to years, usually between the ages of 48 to 55 years old. Menopause is complete when you have missed 12 consecutive menstrual periods.
It is important to talk with your health care provider about some of the most common conditions that affect postmenopausal women, such as heart disease, diabetes, and bone loss (osteoporosis). Adopting a healthy lifestyle and…
Top 5 Menopause Questions Every Woman Ask
Menopause is a stage in life that every woman has to undergo. It is just like menstruation and growing of the breast if at all you consider yourself a real woman. Most women are often scared and embarrassed of these main stages in life. Some even go to the extent of wishing they were not created as women. For an individual to be able to overcome the challenge of reactions from the society, they have to have clear information of what they are…