All women enter menopause at this or that age irrespective of the culture and place on the globe. In some countries menopause usually starts at the age of 40 or earlier, in other places women enter menopause when they are in their 50s. In general, menopause is looked upon as a rather difficult transitional period associated insomnia, sweating, nervous strains, vaginal dryness, overall irritation, etc.
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The function of ovaries that commonly reaches its peak at the age of 30 begin to decline gradually afterwards. But in fact, serious problems don’t usually occur before the age of 40. The reason of such decline is decreasing ability of the aging ovaries to respond to pituitary gonadotropins. Secretion of estrogens reduces in spite of the fact that these gonadotropins (that are partially released from the negative-feedback inhibition by estrogen) are secreted in greater amounts. As a result, menstrual periods and ovulation first become irregular and eventually stop completely.
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Women going through the menopause experience physical change because they have come to an end of their child-bearing years. Levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone drop significantly, and menstruation gradually declines.
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Hormone therapy was once the most popular option for menopausal women. It was widely practiced to relieve menopause symptoms. It was advised and recommended. But nevertheless, more and more women were getting conscious about hazards that this kind of treatment poses and came to conclusion that hormone replacement therapy isn’t the best method to resolve to. It turns out that there are a great deal of options to treat symptoms of menopause. And natural and herbal treatment seems to become the most popular at present time. It happens because herbal remedies are considered to be quite effective in treating menopause and because they have little or no side effects at all.
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Whatever your opinion and attitude towards beer may be, it works as a natural menopause and early menopause treatment and it is proved scientifically.
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This time we will talk about interrelation between menopause and the brain.
The female brain depends greatly on sex. But it would be better to and more correct to say, that without sex hormones the brain will grow old earlier. It is well-known and statistically proved, that women more often than men fall victims of senile aphrenia, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. As a matter of fact, we got use to explain it empirically: this difference is the price for longer lifetime of women. This rule works more often in case with women of about 80 years, widows or lonely women, which usually have neither public nor cultural interests that help to train the brain.
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American scientists have established, that during the period of menopause, when there is a decrease estrogen level, obesity and a hypertension can also develop.
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Normally, when we think about menopause, we think of natural things such as retirement, grandchildren, and sunset cruises to celebrate our golden years. However, there is a small percentage of women who experience an early menopause symptom well before reaching their fifties.
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