Menopause is defined as 12 consecutive months without a period, marking the natural end of your reproductive years. It typically happens in your late 40s to early 50s and signifies some pretty remarkable changes in the body.
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Perimenopause. A simple word, with some pretty grim side effects. From the hot flushes, mood swings and sleepless nights to irregular periods, you’d be forgiven for looking for the tell-tale signs that perimenopause is ending.
Menopause can be tricky. Whilst a healthy diet consisting of lots of fruit, vegetables, proteins, healthy fats, and carbs is one of the best ways to manage symptoms, sometimes you may need supplements to keep your body strong. So, what are the best vitamins for menopause symptoms?
Andropause, also known as the ‘male menopause’ happens when a man’s natural hormones, including testosterone, begin to deplete. But exactly how does Andropause affect men?
Is andropause worse than Menopause? This is a difficult question to answer, as there are so many different factors at play.
Menopause marks the end of your reproductive years, unfortunately, it can also pave way for some unpleasant emotional and physical side effects, including weight gain. So, how would women in menopause lose weight?