Physical Symptoms Of Menopause

Physical symptoms of menopause vary from a woman to another. Below I quote some of the most frequently documented:

Hot flashes occur when there are fluctuations in hormone levels. These can cause sweating day and night .

Insomnia is also a common symptom which leads to fatigue and some of the emotional side effects of menopause. Insomnia may also be the result of hot flushes as well as the pain of articulation and muscle.

Many women suffer from vaginal dryness that can be very painful. Some also noticed a diminution of their sexual impulses.

The loss of bladder control accompanied by infections of the urinary system is also a common symptoms of menopause.

Other physical symptoms include tooth decay and gum, bad breath, changes in skin and hair, increased facial hair, weight gain, and lower metabolism, a possible increase in allergies, headaches and irregular menstrual cycle.

Some women go through menopause as if nothing happened. Others suffer terribly. If you have some of the symptoms above, you can do sports, eat more fruits and vegetables, reduce the taking of alcohol and caffeine and stop smoking.



July 18, 2011 at 9:24 PM

The Symptoms of Menopause
that go along with this process are physiological changes that happen to each woman in changeable degrees. Menopause and the
symptoms of menopause are a natural part of the method of living.
Near the beginning signs of menopause are clues to the start of the symptoms of menopause in a relatively early time