The change. The internal furnace. Ovarian retirement. These are just some of the phrases used to describe – you guessed it – the menopause.
Menopause can be a daunting experience for many women. With symptoms ranging from hot flashes to mood swings, finding a safe harbour in this stormy phase is crucial.
Karen Griffiths, a 60-year-old woman from Eastbourne, East Sussex, endured a harrowing misdiagnosis for three years when her brain tumour symptoms were mistaken for menopause.
Menopause impacts different areas of lives.
Menopause symptoms vary for each woman. However understanding menopause problems and solutions will relieve you to an extent.
In honour of Menopause Awareness Month, Beauty Daily by Clarins delved into Google search data and spoke to experts to explore the most unexpected menopause symptoms.
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Menopause, much like entering puberty, comes with hormonal disruptions that change a woman’s body and behaviour.
Menopause, a natural phase in a woman’s life, changes the body and mind significantly.
An assessment of US ob-gyn residency programmes revealed the need for more training in how to provide the best care for women going through menopause.
After menopause around one in four women may develop irregular heart rhythms in their lifetime, with stressful life events and insomnia major contributors.
While menopause may present its fair share of challenges, there is a powerful tool that can help you navigate the transition with assurance and vitality: exercise.
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Avant-garde luxury island resort Amilla Maldives Resort and Residences has confirmed the dates of its long-awaited inaugural Pause Retreat.
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Several factors contribute to sleep disturbances during menopause, including physical symptoms, and psychological stress.
A new study published in the journal Aging sheds light on a potential treatment for postmenopausal xerostomia, or dry mouth.