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The transition to the menopause stage is anything but smooth, especially with the arduous phase of pre-menopause. However, you do not have to fret, for we are here to prepare you lovely women, better for those terrible pre-menopause symptoms.
We women have an ongoing tussle with the biological processes of our body, one of them being the harrowing menopause. Before we come to the stage of menopause, we have to deal with the line of fire of pre-menopause. In order to prepare you better for the same, we bring you some common symptoms of pre-menopause and the best way to deal with them.

The common pre-menopause symptoms are;

Irregularity of the menstrual cycles

There can be a change in the time span between each menstrual cycle and the flow of bleeding during the cycle. There can also be a possibility that in some months the periods may not occur at all.

Hot Flashes

Another symptom faced commonly by women during this tiring phase is hot flashes. Hot flashes can be described as a feeling of intense heat, which is not caused by external factors. You may experience profuse sweating, increased heart rate, tingling of fingers and redness of skin during this period. These hot flashes are due to the hormonal imbalance in the body.

Mood Fluctuations

It would not be wrong to say that you may don the cranky hat more often than you like. There can be sudden fluctuations in your moods and you may experience increased irritability, anxiety and fatigue.

Dryness in the Vagina

Another unwelcome symptom of pre menopause is vaginal dryness. Due to the decreased levels of estrogen, the vaginal tissue loses its elasticity and natural lubrication.

Increase in weight

Women often tend to experience an increase in their weight during this phase. The increase in weight occurs due to a decline in the metabolism rate of the body.

So, what is the best way to deal with these symptoms?

Nutritious Diet

A nutritious diet helps in the body adjust to the changing levels of hormones in the body and maintaining your weight. Foods such as lentils, eggs, whole grains, fruits and vegetables should be incorporated in the diet. Also, limit the intake of caffeine, alcohol and highly refined carbohydrates.

Exercise is the key

Exercising regularly helps in dealing with mood swings, mounting stress and the weight issues faced during pre-menopause. Ensure that you include exercise in your daily regimen to keep these symptoms at bay.

Adequate Sleep

Adequate sleep is essential for balancing hormones, restoring energy and reducing anxiety. Therefore, ensure that you follow a proper sleeping pattern and get 8 hours of sleep every night. You could also try yoga or mediation to keep the sleeping troubles away.

Therefore, with the above information transition smoothly into this phase after all you deserve to live life to the fullest.
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Date Added : 7-3-2017