Menopause is a fact of life for all women. But just because you know it’s coming doesn’t mean you know what to look for, or when symptoms might start. Menopause marks a big biological change, so it’s important to know the signs and symptoms that indicate the beginning of menopause. And in case you aren’t familiar with the symptoms and effects of menopause, here are five signs to watch out for.
Hormone balance is vital to women’s health. Your mood, cravings, weight loss/gain, and sex drive can all be a result of these messengers. When your body becomes unbalanced, it is subject to nutrient inadequacies, stress, and toxic influences. How do you know if you have a symptom of a hormone imbalance? I’m covering some of the common signs below.
There is a multitude of health conditions and medical issues that affect women only or that affect women differently from men. Because of this, men and women do need unique medical care. Unfortunately, there are a few areas in the healthcare world where women don’t get the help, medical attention, or resources they need.
What surprises a lot of people is that hormonal imbalances can affect both men and women – and of all ages. And although there are types of imbalances that are gender specific, I see many patients in Central Minnesota who are able to successfully treat hormonal imbalances with minor changes.
Menopause and menopause symptoms are an eventuality for all women. This biological inevitability is something every woman will go through at some point. And yet there are still many women who don’t know what it is, recognize the symptoms, or know how to tell if they’re starting menopause.
You woke up and your stomach feels like it’s in knots, you feel crampy, bloated, and have diarrhea – what’s going on? Was it the pizza and beer from last night or have you been feeling like this more often than usual? Besides a case of food poisoning or heartburn, you might have a condition that is causing stomach aches and pain repeatedly. Your body is telling you something is wrong, now it’s time to listen. Here are the top six reasons why you have a stomach ache.