Varying levels of estrogens can result in a variety of symptoms that may last from a few months to a few years. The most common menopausal and early menopause symptoms are:
- Changes in menses. One of the first menopause and early menopause symptoms to be noticed is a change in menstrual periods. They can become less regular, lighter or heavier, shorter or longer. Menses may come less than three weeks apart or last more than a week. There may be spotting between periods as well.
- Changes in the woman's body. Some women find that their bodies change during and after menopause. It's natural that with age waists thicken, muscle mass is lost, fat tissue increases, skin gets thinner. Other women have memory problems, or joint and muscle stiffness and pain.
- Hot flashes. A hot flash is a sudden feeling of heat in the upper part or all of your body that can last from several seconds up to several minutes. They can be mild and severe. The woman's face and neck become flushed and red blotches may appear on the back, chest, and arms. Also heavy sweating and cold shivering can follow.
- Mood swifts. There is a connection between hormonal changes and a woman's state of mind. The majority of menopausal women are subjected to sudden mood changes, irritability, depression and anxiety.
- Sexual problems. With the majority of women feelings about sex change with menopause. Some feel freer and sexier after menopause because they don't have to worry about pregnancy any more. Others have changes to the vagina, such as dryness, that makes sex unpleasant or even painful. You should keep in mind that until you have had one full year without a period, you should still use birth control if you do not want to become pregnant.
- Sleeping disorders. Some women find that they may not fall asleep easily or may wake too early or several times at night. Some women may need to go to the bathroom at awakening in the middle of the night and then find that they can't fall back asleep.
- Vaginal and urinary discomfort. The change in estrogen level can cause the vagina getting drier and thinner. As a result, sex can become unpleasant and painful, as well as woman can become more subjected to vaginal and urinary infections. Enuresis can become evident. Urine leaks can occur during exercise, sneezing, coughing, laughing, or running.
The herbs for menopause contained in Menozac are considered to be the best alternative to hormone replacement therapy by leading herbal specialists. Among them are: Soy seeds (Glycine max), Damiana leaf (Turnerna diffusa), Black Cohosh root (Cimicifuga racemosa), and several others. According to recent studies, these herbal components actually work better than estrogen in eliminating common menopause and early menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness mood swings, irritability, palpitation, urinary changes, insomnia, depression, night sweats and anxiety. More than that, it is medically proven that Menozac, unlike estrogen, helps to prevent cancer.