Menopause is a natural transition process that marks the difference between a productive and non-productive life. The menstual cycle comes to an end and women are considered to be past menopause after a year without periods. Commonly, it occurs between the ages of 45 and 55. However, some women start experiencing symptoms of menopause at 35 years. Once you become familiar with the symptoms, you can easily manage them while sharing the information with your families so as to receive the support you may need. Here are some symptoms of menopause that almost every woman may experience:
What are the symptoms of menopause?
Menopause can be identified through the observation of some symptoms such as hot flush, night sweat and mood swings. It also causes discomfort; interfere with sex drive and fertility health.
Here are some symptoms of menopause that almost every woman may experience:
Depression is an early sign of menopause, depression is often linked to severe mood swings. However, in some cases, the onset of depression may manifest as extensive feeling of sadness or regret about making life choices.
Insomnia is a condition in which you are unable to sleep, and/or remain asleep. During menopause, insomnia is triggered by the onset of hot flushes at night. Additionally, you may experience insomnia to mark the onset of menopause.
During the premenopausal stage, majority of women start losing their bone mass and tissue by approximately about 2% to 3% per annum. It can be difficult to note as it is not painful but can cause osteoporosis during menopause.
This is another early sign of menopause Night sweats are mostly as a result of the hot flushes that accompany menopause. Majority of women will complain of night sweats during menopause. When a severe hot flush occurs during the night, it triggers excessive sweating drenching beddings in sweat.
Hot flushes is a menopause sign that happen to be the most common menopausal symptom with about 75% of women complaining about the condition. It is experienced as an excessive feeling of heat in the body that last between 30 seconds and a few minutes.
This is a menopause sign that is associated with quick tiredness and improper performance. Fatigue during menopause can occur for several months. Mostly, it happens due to body’s attempts to adjust to decreased* levels of estrogen hormone.
Other menopausal symptoms
- Menstrual irregularities
- Vaginal dryness
- Joint aches
- Mood swings
- Weight gain
- Decreased* libido
- Urinary problems etc…
Early menopause can lower esteem and can interfere with your fertility life, sex drive and your wellness. However, it’s possible to deal with Symptoms of Menopause and the complications they cause. Natural remedies include balanced diet, initiatives to have enough sleep and to maintain good bone strength as well as blood pressure.