Natural menopause the easy way

The post Natural menopause the easy way appeared first on Hysterectomy Association. For many women, going through the menopause means experiencing menopausal symptoms. These will be mild for some women, but for others, severe symptoms can affect them both physically and psychologically. Issues can include vaginal dryness, headaches, night sweats, mood changes, loss of libido, fatigue, and depression, so knowing how to manage these symptoms effectively can help a woman cope with the menopause. Although hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the first line of treatment usually prescribed, the infographic below shows there are many ways to have a more natural menopause focused on tips and lifestyle changes that can help to ease menopausal symptoms for a happy, and healthy life. The post Natural menopause the easy way appeared first on Hysterectomy Association.
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