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Menopause can be a frustrating time for a woman as she undergoes a number of physical, mental, and emotional changes. Luckily, menopause does not have to be miserable. There are many ways to feel happy and healthy while going through such a major change in life. If you're approaching menopause or currently experiencing it, use the following tips to make your life easier.
Don't Be Afraid to Talk to Your Doctor
As you approach menopause, you may notice a variety of symptoms, such as hot flashes, a frequent need to urinate, pain during sexual intercourse, mood swings, and increased anxiety. While menopause is not necessarily pleasant, you don't have to deal with it on your own. If you are experiencing signs of menopause, it is important to talk to your family doctor or your gynecologist. He or she may be able to prescribe hormone replacement treatment that can lessen your symptoms and make your life more comfortable.
Keep a Journal
While you are experiencing menopause, it can be very helpful to keep a journal of your symptoms and any triggers that may have set them off. Stress, caffeine, alcohol, and hot, stuffy rooms are all thought to be triggers for some uncomfortable symptoms of menopause. When you keep a journal of how you feel, you can identify the triggers and eliminate them so you can feel better.
Change Your Diet
Good nutrition is always important, but it plays an especially vital role during menopause. Menopausal women tend to have a harder time losing weight, which can lead to a multitude of health problems. Changing to a whole food diet that is high in vegetables and lean proteins, combined with fruit and some whole grains, will provide the nutrition a woman needs without adding weight. If possible, avoid processed foods since they typically have a lot of calories but minimal nutrition. In addition to helping you maintain your weight, a whole food diet may also give you more energy and make you feel in better health overall.
Exercise has many benefits at any age, but it can be especially helpful for women going through menopause. Regular exercise typically releases endorphins that boost a person's mood and makes them feel better. Exercise may also release pent up energy and help you sleep better. Before starting a new exercise routine, make sure that you have a physical to ensure that you are healthy.
For more health and nutrition tips, talk to your doctor and check out womenshealth.com.Share
6 January 2017