It all starts around the mid-40s: you realize that you need to buy the first pair glasses, even though your vision used to be crystal clear not long ago. And that’s just the beginning.
Sooner or later, menopause arrives in the life of every woman, and it causes changes in your body that can be rather unpleasant. Menopause comes with a lot of frustration and discomfort; being aware of the changes your body is going through will make you much better prepared.
During menopause you can expect the following:
Women may experience this problem after childbirth, but it may also occur during pregnancy and at menopause. Nearly 40% of all women are unable to adequately retain their urine when coughing, sneezing or laughing. Kegel exercises or Kriston’s intimate gymnastics, can alleviate this problem.
After 40 years of age memory starts to decline, but there is no need to be scared; this symptom has nothing to do with dementia. During menopause, it is normal for a woman to become more forgetful. If you are very upset about it, consult your doctor; however, even sleeping and relaxing more can help a lot.
3. The hair starts to fall
This problem can pester a woman at many stages of her life: during pregnancy, after childbirth and during menopause. Hair falling is caused by hormonal changes, but fortunately there are many products available today that help restore the health and beauty of the hair.
4. Graying hair
The occasional silvery strands are replaced by gray strands, and in a short time the entire hair may turn gray. If you feel more comfortable dying your hair, make sure to choose a more natural dye.
5. Frequent heat waves
80% of women suffer from regular hot flashes during menopause. Experts say that some women may have hot flashes last for up to 7-11 years; in such extreme cases, it is advisable to use hormonal treatment. The onset of hot flashes can be caused by antidepressants or other drugs as well.
Aging is an inevitable natural process, and no one should be ashamed of it. If we know in advance what to expect, we will handle menopause much better.