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Complications in Menopause

 

Introduction:

Menopause in the women health care arena is a natural occurrence in the life cycle of women, and its onset implies the end of their menstrual period and the ability to conceive a child. It happens anytime between 40 and 55 years of age with the average estimated to be at 51. Menopause typically consists of two stages. Perimenopause marks the beginning stage during which time ovaries produce less and less of estrogen. This lasts anywhere between two and ten years and changes in the body occurs during this period. Post-menopause relates to that phase of life wherein women spend the rest of their lives after complete menopause. On an average, a woman spends one-third of her life in post-menopause. Severe complications take place in the health of women when this natural phenomenon is violated.

 

Complications in Menopause:

Estrogen performs the functions of protecting the body of women from diseases. During and after menopause, production of estrogen decreases, which puts women at risk from minor to major medical problems? When it occurs as a natural phenomenon the risks are lesser, and if it takes place earlier than anticipated, such as risks proportionately go up. This implies that none can be totally out of the purview of the health problems, such as menopause weight loss, which menopausal conditions expose a woman to and health management is the only way that could shield them from the severity of adverse effects.

At a common level weight gain is an issue that affects most of the women during and after menopause. The recommended body fat is about 21% and the average levels obtaining in the USA are between 22 and 25% and those women who have 30% are considered to be obese. If weight management through a regime of exercise is followed it may also cut other health risks particularly relating to heart diseases and stroke. Those who are at a higher risk should check their health to prevent and or manage conditions on osteoporosis, diabetes and cancer.

Conclusions:

Nature has created certain body conditions and hormonal changes for its own reasons. It would be prudent for you to respect such changes and handle those phenomena through health management that combines measures that involve regular checking with your doctor and leading a life by observing well prescribed methods to mitigate the adverse effects.

 
 

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