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MenopauseAlthough menopause is defined as occurring one year after the final menstrual cycle, most women struggle with symptoms for as little as a few months to up to a decade before menopause finally occurs. These symptoms can include the more well-known hot flashes and night sweats, as well as tender breasts, painful intercourse menopause and irritability. The period of time that includes hormonal fluctuations and symptoms before the final period is known as perimenopause. The period of time after menopause is called post-menopause.

The symptoms of menopause can affect many aspects of a woman’s life. You may suffer from unwanted weight gain, notice reduced hair volume or experience vaginal dryness and thinning tissues that make intercourse painful or impossible. These symptoms can interfere with your self-image and detract from your quality of life. Other symptoms can increase your risk of certain health problems.

Taking steps to take control of your symptoms can help reduce your overall risk. Eating a nutritious diet that is low in processed foods, salt and unhealthy fats can be a great way to reduce some of your symptoms. Since your caloric requirements are lower than they were earlier in life, focus on getting the most nutrition out of everything you eat. Exercise regularly to help maintain bone and muscle mass and to burn off stress and reduce anxiety levels. Use a natural supplement such as DON’T PAUSE to help keep your hormone levels balanced and reduce overall symptoms. DON’T PAUSE offers a natural menopause treatment alternative that can keep you feeling your best during menopause and beyond.

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