CategoryMenopause

What Is Pre-Menopause? – The Signs and Symptoms That Come With It

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Pre-menopause is a part of the natural aging process experienced by all women’s out there. This is a phase which is embarked by the end of the fertile years of a women’s life. Most people claim that it’s the nature way of communicating with the women that she needs to focus on her own body, after devoting several years of her life for caretaking her child and other family members. While some...

Menopause Symptoms — Understanding Menopause

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It gets confusing, doesn’t it? Perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause. One of your friends has this symptom. The other friend has that symptom and you have a whole grocery list of menopause symptoms. If you are confused as most women are at this time of life and undecided about what to do, here is some information to help you. Menopause Symptoms There are many menopausal symptoms that women...

Natural Progesterone Cream: What You Need to Know About Progesterone and Menopause

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Menopause is natural. It is not an illness. However, our society treats it like an illness because of the many “symptoms” that are experienced during this time in a woman’s life. Until women realize that the symptoms they are experiencing is what’s not natural, this mindset is not likely to change. According to Dr. Lee of “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About...

Natural Treatment For Perimenopause

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Perimenopause, can last up to ten years, so it’s important to find a treatment for perimenopause that alleviates some of the unpleasant symptoms. Perimenopause, also called the climacteric, is where hormonal fluctuations begin within a woman’s body. A woman’s monthly cycle can become irregular, with months between them. Most women don’t stop menstruating immediately...

Menopause and Panic Attacks

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A large number of women experience increase in panic attacks during perimenopause and during menopause period. The most common symptoms experienced during and after the panic attacks are, racing heart beats, breathing difficulties, unusual intense energy, rushes of energy, electric currents, hot prickly sensations, vibrations, ice cold and tingly sensations, among others. Studies have shown that...

Menopause, Yeast Infections and Treatment

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Caused by an overgrowth of candida albicans, a fungus, yeast infections are the most common of all vaginal infections. Yeast infections are not sexually transmitted and are often caused by menopause. Of all vaginal infections, yeast infections are one of the main symptoms of menopause, caused by the fluctuating hormones leading to bacteria in the vagina going out of control. Baths, excess...

Menopause and Anger

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During perimenopause, in the transitional period before menopause, women experience a number of emotional problems and mood swings, including anger, in addition to physical changes. According to experts, perimenopause does not cause anger and other mood swings, but fluctuations in hormone production during perimenopause trigger anger, depression and other mood swings that are already pre-existing...

Menopause and Vaginal Dryness

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Many women feel vaginal dryness during menopause due to the thinning of the mucus membranes and the loss of elasticity in the walls of the vagina. The reduction in the production of estrogen in the ovaries may cause the thinning of the vaginal lining. This, in itself, does not cause any problems, unless the lining of the vagina becomes inflamed and dry; then it is painful. Vaginal dryness is...

Menopause and Dizziness

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Unfortunately during menopause, the explosive symptom of dizziness is all too common. You know the feeling – a spinning sensation inside your head ripping down through the rest of your body making it impossible to be at peace. Or the inability to get up quickly not unlike the sensation you have when just hopping out of a roller coaster. In extreme cases, you may feel as if you are on the...

Cathy Lee Taylor

Cathy Lee Taylor

Cathy's passion for the internet, as well as her own transition into peri-menopause, was the impetus to create her first website Everything Menopause. She writes often regarding menopause and issues that concern women at mid-life including healing the mind, body and emotions.

Her personal interests include self-help, new age, metaphysics, yoga, exercise, ballroom dancing, singing, women's issues, business, entrepreneur, marketing, internet marketing, and health-related issues (primarily alternative). Cathy has an 18-year-old son, and she claims that being a mom is by far “the best thing I've ever done.”

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