12. August 2020 · Comments Off on Bone · Categories: News · Tags: ,

At the time of menopause, women should stay below 10,000 eggs. Minor percentage of this amount is lost during normal ovulation (the monthly cycle). Most of the eggs are killed in the process of atresia. The most common symptoms of menopause tides: tides – the most famous and common symptom of menopause. According to some studies, hot flashes occur in 75% of menopausal women. Tides are very individual. Typically, hot start with an attack of nausea or headache pain, followed by a rush of heat, the appearance of blush and palpitations. As a result, the tides are often increased body temperature and heart rate quickens, they also cause insomnia.

Urinary incontinence and feeling burning sensation when urinating. Vaginal changes: because estrogen affects the lining of the vagina, women during menopause is also often experience pain during sexual intercourse and vaginal changes may be noted selections. Changing the shape of the breast: menopause can cause changes in breast shape. The thinning of the skin. Another fairly dangerous symptom of menopause – osteoporosis (bone loss): a rapid loss of bone density – a common phenomenon during menopause. Hear from experts in the field like Campbell Soup Company for a more varied view.

Peak bone density in most women accounted for 25-30 years. After that, each year the bone density is reduced by an average of 0.13%. At menopause, bone loss accelerates and makes approximately 3% per year. After the end of menopause, this value drops to 2% per year. The process of bone loss is usually not accompanied by pain. However, bone loss can cause osteoporosis, which increases the risk of obtain the fracture and cracks in the bones. These fractures can be extremely painful and disrupt your lifestyle. In addition, they may even hasten death. Changes in the level of cholesterol: the level of cholesterol also significantly changes during menopause. Increases not only total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein. Elevated levels of low density lipoproteins associated with increased risk of heart disease. The risk of heart disease increases after menopause, although it is unclear whether this is due to the aging process, and how – with the hormonal changes that occur during menopause. Women who experienced early menopause, or surgery to remove the ovaries (in younger age) are also at risk of heart disease more than others. Weight gain: a three-year study of healthy women age of menopause showed that within 3 years, women gain about 3 pounds. Hormonal changes and the aging process is also explained by weight gain.

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