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Fibromyalgia symptoms are characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, but can menopause make them worse? Fibromyalgia is more common in women than men, so it’s important to understand the connection between menopause and fibromyalgia.
Most women diagnosed with fibromyalgia are aged… Read More
Menopause-related hot flashes and night sweats can be reduced by acupuncture, according to research. The findings suggest that acupuncture can reduce symptoms related to menopause by up to 36 percent. Lead author Nancy Avis said, “Although acupuncture does not… Read More
Late menopause is linked to a lower risk of depression in later life, according to new findings. The research included 14 studies in a meta-analysis, representing nearly 68,000 women. The findings suggest that menopause in women over 40 compared to … Read More
Hypothyroidism and menopause may be two different conditions, but they do have a connection, thus women may want to have a better understanding of these two health situations, including the symptoms, causes, and possible treatments.
Hypothyroidism happens when your thyroid… Read More
Thyroid disease in women negatively affects puberty, pregnancy, menopause, and fertility. The thyroid gland is responsible for the production of hormones that help the body’s many functions to properly work. Thyroid diseases can affect women at any age and, depending… Read More
We continue to raise awareness on the heart disease risk, the dangers of atrial fibrillation, and the effect of menopause and pneumonia on heart health, in the context of the American Heart Month. It is no wonder that heart health… Read More
Early menopause can increase brain (cerebral) aneurysm risk. A cerebral aneurysm is an abnormal bulging of one of the arteries in the brain. It is mainly discovered by the time it ruptures, which can lead to a possible fatal bleed.… Read More
Menopause is found to raise heart disease risk and is linked to more fat around the heart. The findings come from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, where they found that menopausal women are at… Read More
A new study that examined sedentary middle-aged Hispanic women in Latin America found that sedentary lifestyle worsens menopause symptoms in comparison to active women. The study consisted of over 6,000 women, and it also revealed that sedentary lifestyle was highly… Read More
A recent review suggests that women who experience early menopause are at a higher risk of later-life depression. If additional research can confirm the results it may indicate that women who experience early menopause will require hormonal or psychiatric treatment… Read More
Women with early menopause have a lower risk of atrial fibrilliation (irregular heartbeat) as found by recent research. The study found that women who go through menopause earlier have a slightly lower risk of atrial fibrillation compared to women who… Read More
Researchers have found that education, income, weight and exercise all play a role in metabolic risks for women experiencing menopause. Metabolic syndromes increase a person’s risk of conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. Researchers analyzed four years worth of… Read More
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