Is it Menopause? How to Recognize the Symptoms

0 Comments

Every woman has different signs or symptoms of menopause. That’s because estrogen is used by many parts of your body. If you have less estrogen, you could have various symptoms. Some women experience very mild symptoms that can be easily treated by lifestyle changes, but other symptoms can be problematic.

Here are the most common changes you might experience in midlife. Some may be part of aging rather than directly related to menopause.

Change in menstrual periods
This is the classic sign that you are on your way to menopause. Your periods may come more often or less often, be heavier or lighter, or last longer or shorter than before.

Hot flushes and night sweat
Hot flushes are a sudden feeling of heat in the upper part of your body. Your face and neck may become red. Red blotches may appear on your chest, back, and arms. You may also get heavy sweating during hot flushes or cold chills after hot flushes.

Problems sleeping
Many women in menopause find it hard to sleep through the night. Low levels of progesterone can make it hard to fall and stay asleep. Low estrogen levels can also cause hot flashes that make you sweat while you sleep.

Anxiety or mood changes
You might find that things that you can usually cope with make you feel overwhelmed with anxiety when you are in menopause. You might also feel upset, sad, or angry in situations that would not have bothered you before. These increases in anxiety and mood changes can be caused by hormonal changes.

Dry vagina
During perimenopause and after menopause, the natural lubrication of your vagina is inadequate. Estrogen is responsible for vaginal lubrication. As a result, you experience vaginal dryness. The dryness can make sex uncomfortable and sometimes painful.

Osteoporosis
This condition causes bones to become brittle and weak, leading to an increased risk of fractures. During the first few years after menopause, you may lose bone density at a rapid rate, increasing your risk of osteoporosis. Postmenopausal women with osteoporosis are especially susceptible to fractures of their spine, hips, and wrists.

Chenland’s EuBone® is a specially formulated botanical blend with three traditional Chinese herbs: Eucommia Ulmoides, Drynaria Fortunei, and Cuscuta Chinensis. A number of studies have confirmed that EuBone® can effectively regulate female estrogen while achieving multiple health benefits of enhancing bone density and bone strength. Additionally, Chenland’s latest research findings show that taking EuBone® can significantly increase calcium absorption when ingested and increase bone mass to fight osteoporosis which often occurs in women during and after menopause.