The ovaries stop releasing eggs so that the body no longer has menstruation and cannot become pregnant. Most women experience menopause at the age of 40 or 50 years. (Also read: Atta Halilintar Claims to be Exposed to Corona Virus)
A study found half of US women had menopause before the age of 52. Those who undergo surgical removal of the uterus or ovaries, or undergo certain cancer treatments, will experience premature menopause.
It is known that approximately 75% of women experience quite disturbing symptoms during the menopause phase. In order to be better prepared for menopause, it is helpful to recognize the symptoms:
1. Irregular menstruation
Irregular menstrual periods are the most common trait of menopause. This irregularity is indicated by changes in duration (longer or shorter), quantity of blood (more or less), or the distance between periods.
2. Hot flashes
Hot flashes are hot or hot flashes that appear suddenly. This is a classic symptom of menopause as well as a reason you need treatment. Hot flashes are characterized by a sudden feeling of warmth or a very hot feeling that spreads over almost all parts of the body, especially the chest, face, and head.
3. Pain during sexual intercourse
Caused by reduced vaginal lubrication.
4. Decreased sex drive
Decreased estrogen levels, automatically make sex drive will experience changes. (Also read: Aespa Starts Introducing the First Member, Winter)
Insomia is a complaint that is often experienced by women who are menopausal. You can do relaxation by adjusting your breathing for 2 to 5 minutes before going to bed.
6. Body changes
Don’t be surprised to find that your hair and skin become thinner and drier. Menopause also makes the body store more fat in the waist area. Another symptom is stiff joints. Even so, try to stay active so that the body stays in shape.