What are the symptoms of menopause in a woman?

Menopause is different than perimenopause.  When you have not had a period for one full year (12 months), you have officially entered menopause.

The stage just before menopause has several names – perimenopause, the menopausal transition, or simply ‘the change’. When it starts and how long it lasts vary from woman to woman. During this transitional stage, your hormones begin to fluctuate, sometimes wildly.

The most common symptoms of perimenopause are hot flashes &  night sweats, anxiety, cognitive changes, metabolism & weight changes, mood changes & rage and insomnia & sleeping difficulties.

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Jennifer Vander Zalm

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