Menopause presents some uncomfortable symptoms for women going through “the change.” The symptoms can affect many aspects of a woman’s life such as sleep and social interactions. According to the Mayo Clinic, menopause is defined as an occurrence 12 months after your last menstrual period and affects women at the age of 51 on average, but can begin in your 40s.
Menopause is one of the most natural and inevitable processes in women's life. Certain physical, mental, social and psychological changes occur during menopause. It does not occur suddenly, but rather is a steady process. The average age of menopause is 51 years (from 47 to 53 years). The transition period is a different experience for each woman.
Many women who encounter menopause have to deal with some uncomfortable symptoms. There can be physical symptoms such as hot flashes and emotional issues that can affect sleep, sap your energy, and even trigger anxiety or sadness in some women.
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