Misconceptions and Myths About Menopause Stages
here’s a lot of information out there regarding menopause. It can get confusing. Between obligations at work, responsibilities at home and trying to maintain a social life––here comes another hot flash––keeping track of the facts and myths of menopause can get tricky!
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How to Get Rid of Hot Flashes by Dr. Pam^
Hot flashes and night sweats are a bothersome symptom for many menopausal women. Dr. Pamela Dee^ shares her tips for finding relief from these menopause symptoms.
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How to Boost Your Energy in Menopause by Dr. Pam^
According to Dr. Pamela Dee, low energy is one of the most reported symptoms of menopause. Read her tips for how menopausal women can increase their energy levels.
Menopause Symptoms: Irritability
Hot flashes, night sweats, lack of sleep, fatigue...these menopause symptoms would make anyone irritable. But irritability is also its own menopause symptom.
Menopause: Coming of Age
You know what to look for, from hot flashes and night sweats to missed periods, but you may be asking yourself: when will menopause begin? From genetics to individual habits, a variety of factors can play a part in determining when menopause will arrive. Read on to find out more.
5 Myths of Menopause by Dr. Pamela Dee^
Dr. Pamela Dee discusses common menopause myths, including misconceptions about changes in menstrual periods and low libido.
What is Menopause? By Dr. Pamela Dee^
A woman is officially “menopausal” when she has not had a menstrual period for twelve months. However, there are actually several stages of menopause, like the “perimenopausal era,” a very ill-defined time frame from about age forty until the time a woman has had no menstrual periods for twelve months. Below, learn more about the different stages of menopause and what to expect from each.
7 Tips for a Healthy Menopause by Dr. Pamela Dee^
Menopause provides an excellent opportunity for a woman to review her overall health and wellness. Below are some tips to not just survive, but thrive, during menopause.