Management of Menopause

Management of Menopause

Management of Menopause

When ovulating, women produce female hormones. These hormones are of paramount importance because they in turn produce chemicals that have an extraordinary effect on each of the cells in their bodies. When ovulation ceases, around the ages of 44 to 45 in Mexican women, the production of estrogen and progesterone decreases, causing hormonal imbalance. This phenomenon is known as menopause, and it brings about physical and psychological alterations such as:

Osteoporosis

Since female hormones, among other things, help fix calcium and minerals, their decrease leads to bone decalcification, making them porous and extremely fragile.

Cardiovascular diseases

Estrogen and progesterone also act as cleaners for the heart and arteries. A decrease in their production can lead to the blockage of these organs and vessels, predisposing individuals to cardiovascular diseases.

Weight gain

Due to hormonal changes, muscle loss occurs while fat gain increases, coupled with decreased motivation for exercise. Headaches, Insomnia, Hot flashes, Decreased libido, Irritability, Anxiety, Depression. For 10% of women, these emotional and physical alterations may go almost unnoticed. However, 80% experience them with regular intensity, and the remaining 10% suffer from them drastically. Unfortunately, most women are not informed about the changes they will experience during this important stage of their lives.

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