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Understanding Menopause And Effects On Our Hormones

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By Jerry Hall

One of the main causes of changes in Hormone Balance is Menopause. Menopause is a universal and irreversible part of the overall aging process involving a woman's reproductive system, after which she no longer menstruates. Climacteric is the general term for the time from the period of this transition to the early postmenopausal phase of a woman's reproductive life cycle.

Perimenopause (and later, menopause itself) is not an illness, but a natural process in a woman’s body. Your symptoms, like night sweats, irregular periods, vaginal dryness, and menopause insomnia, are just indicators of underlying hormonal imbalances or metabolic damage from poor nutrition, stress and other factors.

Perimenopause refers to the time before menopause when vasomotor symptoms and irregular menses often commence. Menopause, by definition, begins 12 months after the final menses and is characterized by a continuation of vasomotor symptoms and by urogenital symptoms such as vaginal dryness and dyspareunia. You need to regain the natural hormone balance of your body. With proper support, your body is perfectly capable of achieving a proper hormonal balance.

That means you can be free of the unpleasant signs and symptoms of menopause, PMS or perimenopause. Menopause occurs in all women. It can occur when the ovaries spontaneously fail to produce the hormones oestrogen and progesterone, when the ovaries fail due to specific treatment such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy, or when the ovaries are removed, often at the time of a hysterectomy. Ovaries naturally fail to produce oestrogen and progesterone when they have few remaining egg cells.

At that stage, the ovaries become less able to respond to the pituitary hormones follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinising hormone (LH) and less oestrogen is produced. Levels of FSH and LH subsequently rise and a measurement of FSH is sometimes used to diagnose menopause. Often there is no obvious cause of premature or early menopause.

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