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Is there a special menopause diet I should be following?

During menopause, it's important to prioritize nutrition. The building blocks of good menopause nutrition should include all food groups. Prioritize protein, fiber, fruits and veggies, and healthy fats that support your body's needs. Rather than restricting what you eat, focus on adding small consistent changes that can enhance your nutrition. Talk to your healthcare provider before making any changes to your diet.

What are signs perimenopause is ending?

Signs that perimenopause may be ending are improvements in symptoms. This can include more irregular periods, decreased hot flashes and night sweats, less frequent mood swings and irritability, and improvement with sleep issues. Symptoms will continue to improve after the final menstrual period and continue for most people for 2+ years after the final period. Genital, sexual, and urinary symptoms may require ongoing treatment.

What are the common symptoms of menopause?

Some common symptoms of menopause include irregular periods, hot flashes and night sweats, mood swings, sleep problems, vaginal dryness, and menopause fatigue.

What causes menopause?

Menopause is caused by a natural and gradual decline in reproductive hormones made in the ovaries, specifically estrogen and progesterone. The change in hormone levels, often between the ages of 45-55, is what causes many menopause symptoms.

How long does menopause typically last?

The entire menopausal transition can last up to 7-14 years. However, some people may experience symptoms for a shorter or longer time. Factors like race, BMI, medical history (smoking, etc.), and age of menopause onset, can influence the length of the menopausal transition for an individual.


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