Hurrah! It’s a significant one. The things we will genuinely miss about periods are incredibly hard for us to come up with. Think about all the money we will save on tampons. No more cramping in the stomach, PMS, mood swings, hormonal headaches.
So, as we all have to go through this in our lives, let us try to make sense of it a little better:What’s the latest?
Menopause occurs in women after a particular age. Menopause is described as a year without a menstrual cycles of menstruation It can happen at any age, but it usually happens in your late 40s or early 50s. For some women, the menopausal transition may result in hot flashes, insomnia, sex pain, irritability and moodiness, depression, or a combination of these symptoms. To alleviate their symptoms, some people may want to discuss lifestyle modifications or medication with their doctor. Your physical and mental health may both be affected by changes in your hormone levels throughout menopause. You could feel stressed, anxious, or depressed. Anger and irritation are two indicators of menopause.
Not having to worry about pregnancy or contraception may be quite liberating. Many women report feeling happier and calmer post-menopause once the hormonal ups and downs have subsided. As hormones normalise, energy levels start to increase, sleep improves, and many women report feeling happier.Move around more. Physical activity, such as aerobic exercise and strength training, can help you lose weight and maintain a healthy weight. As you grow muscle, your body burns calories more efficiently, making it simpler to maintain a healthy weight. All of this is being discussed, and we are well aware of it.
After much effort, it finally comes to an end. Our bodies go through enormous changes, yet we all age gracefully and elegantly.Let’s age beautifully. Recognise and embrace your post-menopausal changes. We are free, but educate the young women and make them cope with it. Lead them!