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Pre-Menopause

Menopause dizziness 

While menopause dizziness spells are brief, they can be very scary as they can make you feel confused, sick and disorientated.   A drop in estrogen is the most likely cause, so it is no surprise that you may experience anxiety, headaches, mental fog, panic attacks and fatigue.  The good news is that by correcting the drop in estrogen, you can get rid of most all of the symptoms of menopause.  Virtuous contains Black Cohosh, Dong Quai, Tribulus, Damiana, Panax Ginseng and Pomegranate rind to not only deal with menopause dizziness, but all of the symptoms of menopause.

 

PreMenopause bleeding 

PreMenopause bleeding can be erratic due to the changes in your menstrual cycle.  You may notice that your cycle is getting closer together or further apart, it may be heavier one month followed by a light cycle the next.  PreMenopause bleeding can take longer to begin as you may just be spotting for a couple of days, and then you may still get a full week of menses.  This can be frustrating as you may feel that you half of your month you are dealing with your period.     The average time of PreMenopause, or PeriMenopause is one year; actual Menopause is when you cease from having your period completely, however spotting during menopause is very common for at least the first year of menopause.

 

Menopause Tiredness

Menopause tiredness is another very common symptom as like most symptoms of Menopause, a drop of estrogen and fluctuating hormone levels affects PreMenopause and PeriMenopause causing Menopause Tiredness.  Often this happens as a chain reaction as anxiety, insomnia and menopause dizziness are usually precursors.   Often women have to try to remind themselves that menopause tiredness is not only physical but can mental and emotional as well.  Physical exhaustion and lethargy can be overwhelming due to sleep disturbance resulting in not getting a full nights sleep wearing the immune system down.

 

Menopause sore breasts

Usually, a woman has sore breasts during her period due to extra fluid and retention, but without a normal cycle, women won’t be able time when their breasts will start throbbing or when the pain will end since their hormones levels are changing. Not only will a woman have sore breasts, but they’ll also notice that they feel lumpier than before.  A lowered estrogen supply can also cause the breasts to shrink and loose shape.  Thankfully there are herbs that mimic female estrogen, correcting the estrogen levels safely without the use of harmful drugs or the risk of cancer.

 

Menopause itching

Menopause itching can take on different forms; the most common is skin itching and vaginal itching.  Skin itching, called Pruritus is an abnormal skin condition resulting in the sensation that bugs are crawling under your skin. Vaginal itching can be a direct result of the thinning of the walls of the vagina and a lack of natural lubrication caused by a drop in estrogen.  An increase or overgrowth of candida is another common culprit causing vaginal itching.

 

Menopause bloating

Menopause Bloating is generally caused by extra gas in the intestine, which leads to a water retention. Women entering into menopause are more susceptible to it because of the fluctuating of the levels of progesterone and estrogen.  In addition to a bloated feeling in their abdomen, some may also experience fatigue and even have trouble breathing.

 

Menopause Nausea

Menopause Nausea is a lesser-known symptom of menopause but is so common that it is reported by over 75% of women!  Menopause Nausea can occur as a chain reaction from one of the other symptoms of menopause like fatigue, hot flashes or sleep disturbances, or directly from a drop of estrogen in the body.  Many women complain that it’s usually more severe first thing in the morning  (much like pregnancy) and can feel uncomfortable, especially in their upper stomach.

 

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