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Shoreh Ershadi
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Osteoporosis is a serious health issue that becomes more common after menopause. Often called the silent disease, osteoporosis gradually weakens bones. They become porous and brittle, but you may not experience any symptoms until the condition has progressed to an advanced stage. Once you suffer a fracture due to osteoporosis, your risk of suffering another osteoporosis fracture increases dramatically. You can take steps to reduce your risk of menopause osteoporosis and keep your bones strong and healthy. http://www.menopauseosteoporosis.com/
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Burning tongue is a painful condition that can affect not only the tongue but also the lips, palate and other soft oral tissues. The tissues may burn, sting or tingle, and some women may experience numbness, dryness or a metallic taste. Several factors can contribute to burning tongue, but menopause burning tongue affects nearly half of all women during menopause. http://www.menopauseburningtongue.com/
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Women in midlife often experience a distinct drop in sexual desire, which can affect their self-confidence, their relationships and their physical and emotional health. Menopause sexual desire is closely linked to the hormonal changes that occur during this time, but identifying the cause of decreased desire can be complex. http://www.menopausesexualdesire.com/
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Water retention during menopause can be a huge problem for up to 90 percent of women. Technically known as edema, menopause water retention occurs when body tissues absorb too much liquid from blood. The lymphatic system is designed to remove the excess along with waste and circulate it back into the bloodstream. If you have water retention menopause, DON’T PAUSE and lifestyle changes may be able to provide you with the relief you need. http://www.menopausewaterretention.com/
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Women who are experiencing menopause symptoms often discover to their dismay that a good night of sleep appears to be a thing of the past. Sleeping soundly may come naturally in your 20s, but as your hormones begin to change in preparation for the final period, you may begin to notice that your restless nights become more frequent. If you are struggling with menopause trouble sleeping, you are not alone: Studies show that about half of menopausal women suffer from trouble sleeping menopause. http://www.menopausetroublesleeping.com/
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Recent research reveals that one of the most problematic symptoms for women in menopause is lack of sleep. The study involved more than 100 women between 43 and 55. All had recently experienced their final menstrual period. The study focused on the type, severity and persistence of common menopause symptoms. While many women experienced common menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and irritability, virtually all of them struggled with menopause lack of sleep. http://www.menopauselackofsleep.com/
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The digestive system plays a major role in the function and health of your body. It is a complex system that must remain properly balanced in order to work correctly. Unfortunately, many women begin to experience menopause digestive problems once they reach their 40s and 50s, including gas, nausea, heartburn, indigestion, constipation and other symptoms. http://www.menopausedigestiveproblems.com/
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Occasional forgetfulness is common in people of all ages. As women reach middle age, these occasional bouts of forgetfulness can become more frequent. A University of Rochester Medical Center Study found that menopause forgetfulness may be a common source of worry, but it is actually due more to the way women learn new information during this time of life. The study, which was presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society in Boston, revealed that hormonal changes, lack of sleep, stress and changing lives can all lead to this inability to encode new things, which can result in forgetfulness menopause. http://www.menopauseforgetfulness.com/
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Most women are only too familiar with the hot flashes and night sweats of menopause. These symptoms can be quite uncomfortable, but they are rarely a sign of anything more serious than changing hormone levels. However, some women also experience another symptom: menopause cold flashes. Cold flashes menopause can leave women chilled, shivering and extremely uncomfortable regardless of the temperature outside or in the room. http://www.menopausecoldflashes.com/
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Urinary incontinence occurs when the urethra relaxes or the bladder contracts suddenly and unexpectedly. It can occur when the muscles and nerves in the bladder or the urethra develop problems. Women are far more likely to develop stress incontinence or urge incontinence than men, and this increased risk is linked to structural differences and hormonal issues. Between one-third and three-fourths of all women experience some degree of urinary incontinence during menopause, or menopause incontinence. http://www.menopauseincontinence.com/
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