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How To Get Glowing Skin During Perimenopause and Menopause

Getting that healthy glow during perimenopause and menopause is the result of well-nourished and well-hydrated skin.  It’s a combination of skincare, diet, plenty of fluids, and consistency.  When you prioritize your skin’s health, you’ll notice a significant difference in its appearance and overall radiance. Skincare for Glowing Skin When it comes to getting that ever-elusive glow we often turn to our skincare products for help. ...

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Winter Skincare for Perimenopause and Menopause

Winter tends to intensify skin dryness, which can be particularly challenging during perimenopause and menopause when the skin is already compromised due to fluctuating and declining hormones. Physicians are aware that climatic conditions negatively affect the skin, but it’s not only outdoor elements such as the cold, dry air, and harsh winds that are detrimental. Indoor heating devices can also dry out the skin and...

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Skin Changes

Skin changes during the menopausal transition are very common, and many women report a sudden onset of skin aging several months after menopausal symptoms begin.  Estrogen is an essential component of skin function, and lower levels of estrogen have a big impact on the skin. As your hormones plummet, you may notice that your skin starts to become dryer, thinner, and itchy. According to the...

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8 Menopause Symptoms That May Surprise You

Perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause can be very challenging times, with declining hormones playing a large part. Hot flashes are the most common symptom, with 75% of North American women experiencing them. But there is a wide range of other uncomfortable, lesser-known symptoms that may surprise you. Every woman's experience of the menopausal transition is unique. Some sail through it barely noticing a thing, while others...

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Menopausal Brain Fog

Brain fog during the menopausal transition is very real. So, if you’re forgetting why you entered a room or where you left your phone, or you find it hard to concentrate on everyday tasks, you are not alone. In fact, 60% of women report difficulty with concentration and other cognitive issues during the menopause transition.Sometimes also referred to as mental fatigue, foggy brain and menopause...

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The Four Phases of Menopause

Menopause marks a significant biological transition for women; defined as 12 months without menstruation in the absence of other causes. This transition affects women both physically and mentally. In fact, 85% of women experience menopausal symptoms that negatively impact daily life. Contrary to common belief, menopause itself lasts just one day—it signifies the one-year anniversary of a woman's last period. When people discuss "menopause," they're...

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