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Many women experiencing menopause often describe brain fog, but there was not enough evidence to support such claims. Well, additional research findings have just come out which reveal that brain fog in menopause is a real thing.
Brain fog is… Read More
Women who report frequent nighttime hot flashes are more likely to suffer depression during menopause. The study included 29 healthy, premenopausal women aged 18 to 45 who were given a drug to reduce estrogen to mimic menopause for four weeks.… Read More
Vulvovaginal troubles are common after menopause and are linked to pelvic floor organ prolapse. These troubles impact women’s lifestyle, emotions, and sex life, and were found to worsen with pelvic-related issues. Unfortunately, many women are not receiving help for their… Read More
This week’s health news roundup contains our most recent articles discussing tinnitus, menopause, cholesterol, kidney failure, macular degeneration, and heart failure. This week, we looked at how tinnitus patients can cope with phantom noises, how menopause affects cholesterol, causes and… Read More
There is a higher risk of heart disease and early death among women who experience early menopause. Dutch researchers reviewed 32 studies involving over 300,000 women. They compared women younger than 45 at the start of menopause and women who … Read More
Menopause can impact your digestive system, causing problems that weren’t previously there. Menopause is a natural part of a woman’s life, characterized by the ending of the menstrual cycle, which means she is no longer fertile. Menopause is often accompanied… Read More
Menopause seems to have an effect on cholesterol levels. While estrogen supports high levels of HDL (good) cholesterol during a woman’s reproductive years, once she goes through menopause, her estrogen levels decrease. So do the levels of HDL cholesterol, allowing… Read More
Bladder problems commonly occur in women after menopause and can include urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence, and prolapsed bladder. There are many reasons why bladder problems are more predominant after menopause, including a reduction in estrogen levels, along with the… Read More
Overactive bladder (OAB) is often associated with menopause, as both conditions are age related. This bladder condition commonly affects women aged 45 to 55 – who are quite likely to be undergoing menopause, too. OAB affects at least 17… Read More
August is Psoriasis Awareness Month, so we have compiled some of Bel Marra Health’s top stories on psoriasis in association with gluten-free diet, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, menopause, and gum disease.
The exact cause of this autoimmune skin condition… Read More
Although the risk of heart disease and other cardiovascular problems is known to increase after menopause, a new study suggests the risk may begin to rise even before the menopause onset. The elevated heart risk after menopause has to do… Read More
Type 2 diabetes risk increases with early and late menopause, according to research findings. Women who experience menopause prior to the age of 46 and after the age of 55 are at a higher risk of developing type 2 … Read More
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