Menopause

Women of about fifty years of age lose their menstruation, as the ovaries stop releasing their eggs. The menstruation, which does not appear five, six months, has started for a woman a whole new life stage, so-called. Menopause. However, it is important to remember that menopause is not a disease and that today's ladies have many options to cope with its unpleasant symptoms.
Among the unpleasant symptoms of the transition, as is also called menopause, include night sweats, flushing, irritability, depressive conditions, palpitations, thinning of the bones-so-called. Osteoporosis and many others. Each woman perceits these states differently, with varying intensity. Not always all must occur.

Menopause
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