I’m sure you’ve read the articles in the press about how many working days are lost through women being off work as a result of menopause symptoms, and also how many women are struggling either because their symptoms are affecting their work or their colleagues or bosses are unsympathetic to their plight…
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Welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash. As menopause approaches, your hormones will take a roller-coaster ride, which might leave you feeling especially tired. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal.
We’re bothered by hot flashes all day and we soak the sheets sweating at night, that is, when insomnia isn’t keeping us awake instead. Eventually, we manage to function, at least somewhat, despite being tired all the time. But there’s also that other kind of fatigue that comes with menopause. The dramatic kind. It comes in waves and bowls us over both physically and mentally.
Most women are pretty familiar with premenstrual syndrome, or PMS. In some women, its effects are debilitating, at which point it becomes more accurately known as premenstrual dysphoric disorder, or PMDD.
We’ve been hearing about it more and more, but exactly what is it?
Welcome to A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash. Today, I’m going to be talking about the importance of water. For those of you that have been following my video blogs for quite a while, you know that I tend to recommend water for just about every single symptom. I thought I would just explain a little bit more why we need water on a daily basis to help with our menopause symptoms.
Do you sometimes feel tired for no apparent reason, to the point where you prefer sweatpants and herbal tea to a fabulous night out with the girls?
If fatigue gets the best of you from time to time, it might be because of PMS. But don’t let it get you down!