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Coping with anxiety during menopause

2019-04-15 Health No comment

Although pregnancy is not the primary concern of most menopausal women, anxiety may be. In fact, anxiety is one of the most common perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms. Anxiety is what everyone experiences at different times in their lives. Sometimes feeling anxious, nervous or worried is normal, but these feelings should not be perceived continuously or made people feel overwhelmed or trapped.

What causes menopausal anxiety? Menopausal women are more prone to anxiety because their bodies are constantly fluctuating when their bodies are ready to stop their reproductive capacity. During this time, many women suffer from depression and high stress. It is believed that the feeling of depression is the result of insufficient estrogen, and anxiety is often a symptom of depression.

In addition, studies have found that hormone progesterone, which is also consumed during menopause, has a calming and relaxing effect on the body. Therefore, the lack of hormones is disturbing, and allows emotions that have been neglected or caused by slight anxiety to be disproportionately blown.

Anxiety can cause emotional and physical symptoms, including:
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  – shaking or shaking
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  – Fast heartbeat
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  – panting
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  – Tightness or fullness of the chest and / or throat
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  – a lot of sweating, or cold and wet hands
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  – Muscle tension and/or soreness
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  – Dizziness
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  – Disgusting
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  – fatigue
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  – Constant worry and sadness
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  – Inattention
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  – irritability
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  – sleeplessness

The above symptoms can be felt independently at different times, or many of them can occur suddenly, last for a while, and then disappear. This sudden anxiety is called an anxiety disorder or a panic attack. Women who have suffered such attacks may have anxiety disorders.

The degree of anxiety experienced by women varies, and is usually in the worst state during perimenopause. After the menopause is completed, the symptoms of anxiety tend to gradually disappear. However, what impact anxiety may have on you, if you feel anxious or interfere with your lifestyle, be sure to seek treatment.

Here are 5 ways you can help alleviate your anxiety:

1. Identify and reduce stress factors in your life – Carefully analyze your life and think about what is causing your anxiety or causing you stress. Is this your job, your family life, or someone who works with you? Do you think you don't have enough time to complete the task? Once the pressure is determined, you need to find a way to relieve stress. This can mean changing jobs, getting help at home, and finding ways to free up more time.

2. Take some time to enjoy yourself – you need to make time to relax and do what you like. Everyone needs a break. If you don't relax, your stress will catch up with you.

3. Eat well – Avoid falling off the diet, not eating and eating before going to bed. These diet plans are ways to increase anxiety levels and cause restless sleep. Make sure you keep plenty of water, eat lots of fruits and vegetables, avoid caffeine and alcohol, and avoid high-fat, processed foods. Good for your health!

4. Exercise – Yoga, Tai Chi, walking, swimming, jogging or exercising are great ways to increase energy, clear your mind, promote metabolism, strengthen your body and improve your blood circulation.

5. Seek medical advice – If you have physical symptoms that prevent you from being able to interfere with your daily life and social life, you should seek medical help. Severe anxiety indicates that you are suffering from a disease. You may need antidepressants to help you cope with your situation, or you may find that you are not suffering from anxiety, but another situation.

Remember that anxiety should not be ignored. Take care of yourself by eating well, relaxing and telling others how you feel.

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