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Symptoms of Menopause

Symptoms of MenopauseDr. Ershadi has identified 45 distinct symptoms of menopause that can interfere with a woman’s quality of life, increase her risk of health problems and affect her emotional health. The symptoms of menopause can often be quite diverse and can affect numerous body processes.

Hot flashes and night sweats are some of the most common and best-known symptoms of menopause. However, women often experience other symptoms as well. A racing heart is a common symptom that generally does not indicate a more serious problem, but women are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease after menopause as well as an increased risk of osteoporosis.

Depression and menopause are often linked. Women who experienced post-partum depression, serious premenstrual syndrome or clinical depression may be at a higher risk of developing depression during menopause. Their symptoms can include irritability, mood swings, persistent feelings of sadness, anger or hopelessness.

During menopause, women may notice other symptoms that they attribute to normal aging. They may suffer from skin dryness or irritability, their hair and nails may become thin or brittle and they may begin to struggle with their weight. All these symptoms can be connected to the changing hormones of menopause.

Managing symptoms can begin with the right supplement. DON’T PAUSE has been designed specifically to address the 45 known symptoms of menopause. It addresses not just the physical discomforts but also the changing hormones that trigger the symptoms. A healthier lifestyle can also help combat menopause symptoms. Women should eat a balanced diet and exercise regularly to manage stress, maintain a healthy weight and keep their bones and heart strong and healthy.

Learn more about how DON’T PAUSE can help you stay strong and active during menopause and beyond by contacting us today.

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