Is Menopause Preventable

Manage symptoms and avoid complications Menopause is a natural part of a woman’s life cycle. You can’t prevent menopause, but you can manage many common symptoms and prevent possible complications. It’s essential to make healthy lifestyle choices. For example: maintain your bone strength manage your blood pressure Eating a well-balanced diet and maintaining a healthy […]

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What dietary changes, if any, did you make to lower your blood pressure following menopause? – HysterSisters Blog

One theory as to why blood pressure rises after menopause is that lower estrogen levels cause arteries to stiffen and blood pressure to go up. If a woman is pre-hypertensive before menopause, she will likely develop hypertension during or after Read more about Eating Right | Lower Blood Pressure for Post-Meno. This content was originally […]

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National Menopause Association

Integrative Medicine & Holistic Dentistry health blog | National Integrated Health Associates NIHA | menopause

Menopause is defined as the permanent cessation of periods resulting from the loss of ovarian follicular activity. Menopause is 12 consecutive months with no period, and this is only known with certainty in retrospect.  Perimenopause is the two to eight years preceding menopause and one year following the final menses. Interestingly, we women begin life […]

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Menopause will make you gain weight?

Menopause is characterized by hormonal fluctuations (especially the decrease in estrogen level) and entry into old age. Taken together, this means that women gradually lose muscle mass, and their bodies accumulate fat more intensely. If you gain weight during and after the menopausal transition, you are not powerless witness, no need to take high weight […]

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