Menopause is the term that is used to denote the end of your menstrual cycle. This usually happens as a result of your growing age. The natural age of menopause is in between 40 to 50 years. Menstruation is when your ovary releases eggs every month, and Menopause is when your ovary stops releasing eggs anymore. However, there is also early menopause which comes before the standard age of menopause. It totally depends on the hormones of your body.
Starting and ending anything happening in the body can be unusual for some who do not know much about it and this condition can be worst for somebody. As women have to experience all this by themselves sometime which is why we at Texas Specialty Clinic have a variety of assistance that women can choose from.
What are the symptoms of menopause?
- Sore Breasts are when you feel pain in your breasts i.e. decrease in the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
- A dry vagina is when the tissues in your vagina are dry. It usually happens before or after menopause.
- Missed periods when you have irregular or uneven periods or even missed them.
- Feeling like peeing frequently, you feel to pee more often.
- Changes in emotions.
- Changes in the sleeping pattern.
- Heating sensations in your body or hot flashes.
- Weight gain.
Causes of early menopause
Since your hormones greatly affect your menstruations in which your lifestyle plays an important role, a healthy lifestyle leads to a healthy menstrual cycle. Generally, your eating habits, and not doing any kind of stretching throughout your life can be a cause of Early Menopause. However, the main reasons for early menopause are still not known clearly.
Consult doctors at Texas Specialty Care to know about your condition and how you can manage it efficiently as it can be tiresome and lethargic for many to handle all this on their own.
What can you do at home to prevent the symptoms of menopause?
- Stress-free lifestyle :– Taking stress a lot, anxiety, and depression affects your level of estrogen and progesterone hormones which in decrease results in menopause. So practice living a healthy and stress-free lifestyle.
- Stretching :– Do some basic stretching regularly. Stretching helps to relax the muscles and keep your bones flexible.
- Healthy diet :– Practice a healthy diet in your daily routine.
- Sleeping pattern :– Your sleeping pattern decides your mental health and mental health is directly related to stress and anxiety which leads to menopause.
Now, look at some natural remedies for menopause :-
- Healthy Diet :- Include some vitamin-rich foods in your diet.
- Exercise :- Yoga and mild exercise in daily life may help you to cope with menopause symptoms. As both these forms of physical activity can help in calming nerves and also boosting mood.
- Use black cohosh to prevent hot flashes.
- Bone health :- Eat calcium-rich vegetables like beans, legumes, and lentils along with the milk. Women tend to have weak bone systems after menopause especially hence by focusing on the diet you can stop the process of losing bone density.
- Sound Sleep :- Doing some basic stretching and having a warm drink before going to bed can be helpful in better sleeping. Better sleep leads to a better day with a balanced approach throughout.
- Urinary Problem :- Reduce the consumption of caffeine. Excessive caffeine can be extremely harmful.
- Emotional change and good and sound sleep help in making your mood better and decreases the level of anxiety which could play a great role.
- Weight gain is one of the common signs of menopause. Diet and lifestyle can help in managing your weight issue. As metabolism slows during menopause, it results in weight gain. So have a deep and sound sleep and exercise well.
- Estrogen-boosting food :- As the level of estrogen falls during menopause, there are some foods that can help in maintaining the right level of estrogen.
Menopause at this age can be annoying and irritating hence managing symptoms after menopause creates so much pressure on women. But Texas Specialty Clinic has primary and urgent care services to handle all your problems. To book an appointment call us at (469) 545-9983.