During menopause, women stop producing eggs and produce lower levels of female hormones. As the body and mind adjust, symptoms such as: vaginal dryness, mood changes, night sweats and hot flashes painful sex, headaches, and irregular periods may occur.
But, not all hope is lost!
You can maintain appropriate levels of estrogen by:
Getting enough sleep.
Managing your stress.
Getting the right amount of exercise.
Limiting your alcohol intake.
Increasing your Vitamin D and B intake via supplements, or foods rich in vitamins.
Remember to always consult your primary care physician before making any changes to your healthcare regimen.
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