Menopause is a natural event for women and this is something that every woman will face at some point in her life. Here are some common symptoms of menopause when occurs:
• Flushes - hot flushes are one of the most common symptoms for women during menopause. Hot flushes can last up to 6 minutes, and potentially generate several times in one day. • Insomnia - Many women experiencing menopausal symptoms also have difficulty sleeping. If you suffer from insomnia on a regular basis, perhaps suffering from chronic insomnia. • Depression and Mood Swings - Although most people joke about women becoming depressed and Moody during menopause, these symptoms are very serious if not treated properly can become dangerous and harmful. • Abnormal Hair Growth - Abnormal hair growth is perhaps one of the most troublesome symptoms for women suffering from menopause. Abnormal hair growth can occur anywhere; although above the upper lip is usually a common goal.
Menopause is a difficult time for every woman, but every woman must face at some point. Approaching menopause with a positive attitude has been shown to reduce the likeliness of some menopausal symptoms such as depression and anxiety. Exercise is the best way to prepare for this stage of your life. That way, when this happens, you are aware of what to expect and the best ways to address it.
Exercise improves physical and mental health of women during menopause. Menopause, despite the fact that it is a normal phase of life-cycle of a woman, however, raises a series of physical and psychological disturbances that affect the quality of life.
Menopause marks the end of reproductive life and is accompanied by the cessation of menstruation. Begins gradually, usually after the age of 40 and shortly after 50 completed.
The decrease in levels of estrogen and progesterone in the blood of women during menopause are the biological diversity that marks the end of menstruation. The symptoms shown by women during menopause are:
* Night sweats
* Feeling the heat
* Insomnia * Chest palpitations * Pain in joints * Fatigue * Depression, irritability, concentration difficulties * Vaginal irritation, loss of sexual desire, genital tract atrophy
In addition to hormonal therapy, physical exercise is an important way of tackling the problems that accompany menopause.
The various forms of physical activity improve the general situation of women in both the organic and the psychic field. It is important that women did not have when they decide to start a fitness program or other activities, start gradually and after the doctor. The gradual opening of the exercise program, allows a better adaptation of the heart and the muscle system.
The aerobics, dancing, fast walking, cycling increases the heart rate. Women at menopause should aim to have 30 to 45 minutes aerobic exercise on most days of the week. The stretching exercises and turning up to help develop and maintain muscle without fat.
The combination of different types of exercises, aerobic, stretching and turning up better results in alleviating the problems of menopause.
Also let us not forget that a program of regular physical activity has positive effects on long-term physical health.
At the same time is now accepted that exercise improves memory, mental clarity and sense of satisfaction with life.
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