All posts in "Menopause Symptoms"
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Menopause Diet for More Energy

By Kim

Menopause Diet for More Energy   Menopause is when a woman experiences end of her menstruation or when her period stops.  Usually once this happens a woman feels hormonal changes.  We typically have physical and emotional symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, and irritability, and weight gain, fatigue, and other symptoms. Good nutrition is essential […]

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Female Facial Hair in Menopause

By kim

Is this soon to be you in this picture? Unwanted facial hair – A symptom of menopause. While hair loss is common in women who are currently undergoing the hormonal changes associated with menopause, did you know that growing facial hair could also be a symptom? That’s right. Thousands of women, who are either in […]

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Coping with Hot Flashes and Menopause

By kim

If it has happened to you, you’ll never forget it. One minute you are cool and comfortable, then suddenly you feel like you’re on fire, with burning sensations throughout your body and the intense urge to jump into a pool of ice water. Some women describe it as if they opened a hot oven door […]

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Menopause Symptoms – Bleeding

By kim

Menopause symptoms can include bleeding and irregular periods. We all know it is a pain to always be prepared for irregular bleeding. Just when you are celebrating not having monthly periods, you find yourself having to wear panty liners everyday. Changes in hormone levels during perimenopause can affect ovulation and change bleeding patterns as a […]

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Surgery Induced Early Menopause

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Hysterectomies can be performed on women of any age and in many cases force the body to undergo early menopause. Not all women who have hysterectomies will immediately enter into menopause

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Can Acupuncture Help Control Menopause Symptoms?

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Despite the real causes of menopausal symptoms, the fact remains that Traditional Chinese Medicine does not consider menopause to be a syndrome. The thought is that women suffering through menopause have a variety of qi problems such as constrained liver qi and kidney yin deficiency. In other words, their qi is imbalanced and is wreaking havoc on their mind and body.

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Hormones and Bodyfat Video

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If you have stubborn bodyfat like I did, that just does not want to budge, you will find this YouTube video helpful. I recommend watching this short video interview with Dr. Hotze on a Texas news show. Dr. Hotze is the founder of Hotze wellness Center. It’s only 6 minutes long and covers the connection […]

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Insomnia and Menopause

By kim

One of the most annoying and perhaps detrimental side effects of menopause is insomnia. Forgoing night after night of sleep takes a toll on your well-being and ability to function. The good news is that although there are several factors at play that all gang up on your ability to get a good night’s sleep, […]

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Femestra Review

By Kim

Femestra can be a true life saver for anyone during the time when your hormones all seem out of place. If one is working at a full time job and/or raising a family, menopause can become too much to handle with the constant hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and lack of energy. A woman […]

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Black Cohosh for Menopause

By kim

Black cohosh, otherwise known as bugbane, bugwort, or rattleweed, is an herbal remedy sold in the United States to treat a number of conditions. One of the most common uses for this supplement is for the treatment of symptoms associated with menopause. In most supplements, the active ingredient is derived from the root or underground […]

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Arthritis and Menopause

By kim

As if hot flashes, moodiness, irritability, insomnia and fatigue weren’t enough, now women have to worry about developing osteoarthritis after the onset of menopause. That’s right. New studies have suggested that lower levels of estrogen are to blame for the increased numbers of women experiencing osteoarthritis in their knees. Osteoarthritis refers to the wear-and tear […]

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Dry Skin Symptom of Menopause

By kim

CC BY-NC-ND by Loony Libberswick Dry skin. It can be a symptom of menopause. And unfortunately for most, over the counter remedies such as lotions and creams rarely work to alleviate the condition. The reason? Because these products don’t add moisture to your skin, they simply form a barrier in an attempt to keep the […]

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Memory Loss Caused by Menopause

By kim

If you are having a hard time remembering where you left your keys or whether or not you turned off the stove, instead of blaming it on early senility, you might point the finger at your lack of hormones. That’s right. In case the hot flashes, insomnia and migraines weren’t enough, many women undergoing the […]

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Menopause Related Fatigue

By kim

Fatigue is easily one of the most common complaints among women going through menopause. Not only does the lack of estrogen contribute to the symptom, but also insomnia, depression, and stress. Keeping your body in balance is a paramount to combating this debilitating condition. Fatigue is generally described as an overall sense of tiredness. It […]

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Menopause Symptoms – Loss of Memory

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Menopause causes a myriad of symptoms, one of which is forgetfulness. Memory loss associated with menopause doesn’t affect long-term memory so much as it does short-term memory, or the ability to recall certain facts and figures quickly.

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Urinary Incontinence Due to Menopause

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Urinary incontinence is not a symptom many people attribute to menopause, but the truth is, estrogen plays a large part in how the bladder triggers the release of urine. To understand how menopause can cause incontinence, let’s look at how the urinary system works.

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Night Sweats Caused By Menopause ?

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Are Night Sweats Due to Menopause? Night sweats caused by menopause or something else? Doctors routinely hear their patients complain of night sweats. Doctors generally refer to true night sweats as severe hot flashes occurring at night that are not related to an overheated environment. So, how do the doctors, and more importantly, how do […]

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Migraines and Menopause

By kim

If you have been experiencing migraines more now that you have entered menopause, it may be due to fluctuating hormone levels. Regardless of whether you are on hormone replacement therapy or not, migraine sufferers report a higher frequency and severity of migraine symptoms after entering menopause than before. The medical community agrees that women entering […]

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Hot Flashes Helped By Exercise

By kim

Many people believe hot Flashes can be helped by exercise. Hot flashes can be the worst of the menopause symptoms. It causes us to loose sleep, which effects brain fog, loss of concentration, and fatigue. The good news is that research shows that exercise can alleviate hot flashes. Dr. Miriam Nelson, Ph.D, author of Strong […]

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Menopause and Incontinence

By kim

Menopause can bring on several uncomfortable symptoms, Incontinence is a symptom that is credited to menopause, but may just be a part of aging. If you leak urine when you cough, laugh, sneeze, exercise, or other movements that put pressure on your bladder and pelvic floor muscles, you may have stress incontinence. If you loose […]

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