Menopause is a natural biological process, also referred to as the cessation of menstruation. Some women may get troubled with its side-effects, while others may not have any potential risks even after years. Women usually experience menopause side-effects after one to two years before their menstrual cycle cease (perimenopause).
Hormonal Changes after Menopause
The average age for the onset of menopause in women is 52. Women begin to develop hormonal changes or symptoms of hormone imbalance during their perimenopause stage. During the transition from perimenopause to menopause, levels of several hormones (including estrogen and progesterone) become irregular.
The decline in the production of oestrogen and progesterone on cessation of menstrual cycle leads to various physical and emotional changes.
Physical Changes after Menopause
Emotional Changes after Menopause
To cope up with side-effects of menopause, it is advised to stick to a healthy diet and engage in physical exercises regularly. Not just physical benefit, but it will also help to keep stress levels to its minimum.
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