What are the Most Common Early Signs of Menopause?
Early signs of menopause are physical and
mental and although there are common factors for a lot
of women, the degree of and number of symptoms can vary
Information in this article is for educational purposes only, and is
not intended as medical advice.
The most common symptoms reported by women during
perimenopause include: mood swings, irritability,
headaches (often migraine), hot flashes, night sweats,
chronic fatigue, depression, insomnia, loss of libido,
water retention, belly fat, dry skin and vaginal
As we age, we begin to produce less estrogen,
progesterone and testosterone. This is the main reason
and cause of menopause symptoms.
Do you find yourself crying for no apparent reason
at all? In fact, your emotions are often out of control?
This is typically called mood swings and is another
indicator that your hormone levels have dropped.
Hot Flashes can be unbearable for some women and
affect others a lot less. You either have them or you do
not - no explanation necessary.
Other symptoms like chronic fatigue and hard
to pinpoint aches and pains creep up on us and we
tend to ignore them because they are not life
threatening. But most women report that when they
supplement hormones, their old energy comes back and
their bodies feel good again.
Strange Hair Growth - The hair on your head starts
to get thinner and your find hair growing out of places
it never did before such as your lip and chin.
A lot of women report not being able to sleep all
through the night and that the sleep they do get is not
deep or restful enough.
Many women report a gain of weight in the middle of
their bodies (hence the term belly fat) as well as a
tendency to retain water a lot more.
Women who experience vaginal dryness will have pain
during intercourse. Put that alongside the inevitable
loss of libido, and the need to balance your hormones
becomes closer to survival.
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