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Menopause Symptoms

Menopause SymptomsSymptoms of menopause often begin as early as a decade before menopause. This period is often called perimenopause or pre-menopause. The symptoms can intensify as a woman nears menopause, which occurs a year after her final period, and they can continue throughout the rest of her life. An astounding 45 different symptoms of menopause have been identified. While many women experience one or two of these symptoms, other women experience numerous symptoms. They can vary in degree and type.

Hot flashes and night sweats are among the most common menopause symptoms. Periods can become irregular, and a loss of elasticity can result in painful sex and reduced sexual function. All major systems in the body can be affected by the fluctuating hormones, and women may be at an increased risk of suffering from other health problems as a result. Weight gain may be one of the most serious symptoms of menopause. While weight gain is common with age, menopausal weight gain tends to accumulate around the midsection. This type of weight gain is considered the most dangerous since abdominal fat has been linked to heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Women who are in menopause often experience weight gain because their muscle mass deteriorates, their metabolisms slows and their hormone fluctuations trigger hunger.

Women who are gaining weight during menopause have several options to control, stop and even reverse the trend. A healthy diet combined with regular moderate exercise can help women combat weight gain. Herbal supplements can also be helpful. DON’T PAUSE uses a special proprietary blend of all-natural ingredients that are designed to promote healthier aging. DON’T PAUSE contains herbs that can support a healthy metabolism, boost energy levels and stabilize fluctuating hormones so that women can enjoy healthier lives without cumbersome menopause symptoms.