About Menopause

About MenopauseEvery woman’s menopause experience is as unique as she is. While many women begin to experience symptoms in their 40s others may not have symptoms until they actually go through menopause, which occurs around 51 for most American women. Using a calendar can help you better track where you are in this process. Once you have gone a full 12 months without a menstrual period, you are said to be in menopause. You can also use your calendar to track your symptoms, which may vary from day to day or even change in frequency or intensity over time, and to identify triggers.

One of the most surprising things about menopause for many women is that they may not experience the symptoms they expect. Most of us are aware of hot flashes and night sweats, so if you develop a racing heart, menopause vaginal dryness and tingling fingers, you may not know what to blame. Your changing hormones can trigger diverse symptoms in varying degrees.

Menopause may even affect your sexual health. Vaginal atrophy and dryness or a lack of desire may interfere with your relationship or affect your self-confidence. Hormone swings are to blame here, too. You may be able to fight back by exercising regularly to promote blood flow, trying topical lubricants, extending foreplay and using a nutritional supplement such as DON’T PAUSE that promotes hormonal balance for healthier function.
Contact us today to learn more or to place your DON’T PAUSE order.

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