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Vitamins for Perimenopausal Women

Most women spend several years in a transitional stage before menopause called perimenopause. During this transitional time, their bodies move from having regular monthly periods to no longer having cycles, thereby, becoming infertile. Maintaining health during this transitional period helps your body adjust to the changes. Getting enough of certain vitamins through nutrition in foods or supplements will keep your body strong, while reducing perimenopause symptoms.

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Menopausal Weight Gain in Women

Menopause, sometimes referred to as the change of life, is a normal, natural part of every woman’s life cycle. Menopause is the stage of life when female fertility ends. It is marked as occurring once a woman has gone 12 consecutive months without a menstrual period. A number of symptoms may accompany the change of life including hot flashes, night sweats and weight gain, particularly around the abdomen.

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Diet for Menopausal Women

Menopause, sometimes referred to as the change of life, is a normal, natural part of the aging process — not a disease or medical condition. Menopause refers the end of a woman’s reproductive fertility when a woman’s ovaries cease to produce viable eggs and is marked as having occurred 12 months after her final menstrual period. Women can prepare for the change by starting a healthy exercise, diet and lifestyle routine.

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Yoga Treatment for Menopausal Women

If you are between the ages of 45 and 55, and your heart is racing (but not because you want sex), you have hot flashes, night sweats, problems sleeping, mood swings and irregular periods, you are probably menopausal. The good news is that these symptoms are temporary. Still, you probably want to be as comfortable as possible during the duration. One way to reduce your symptoms is to practice relaxation techniques. Yoga treatment helps many menopausal women.