If a woman’s desire for sex or enjoyment of sex declines during menopause, and the man still enjoys and wants sex with his partner, it can be a difficult situation for both. Couples accustomed to creating intimacy in this way may miss that closeness. A man whose desires haven’t declined may feel frustrated and depressed when his partner begins to turn away because sex is painful or desire decreases.
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Here’s the thing: the food you eat affects your mood, but what you eat is also influenced by what mood you are in.
This creates a circular effect that can lead to extremes on either side. For example, you’ve probably indulged yourself with that not-so-healthy meal when you were in a stressful situation.
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The irreversible and permanent cessation of monthly menstrual cycles is referred to as menopause. In other words, menopause marks the end of the reproductive capacity of a female as a result of biochemical and hormonal changes in the body. The transition to complete menopause may take approximately 15 years (long before the actual cessation of menstrual cycles).
Menopausal fatigue is characterized by general pain in the muscles that is often accompanied by a persistent feeling of tiredness, low stamina, anxiety and poor energy levels. According to a new study reported in the peer reviewed journal Menopause (1), investigators suggested that 60% of women experience fatigue and low stamina after achieving menopause.
According to a new study reported in the peer reviewed journal Climacteric (3), investigators suggested that hormonal changes and resulting weight gain due to menopause is characteristic for central or abdominal obesity in addition to a substantial increase in the total body fat stores. This shift in the metabolic physiology has several physical and psychological implications; such as:
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Do you find it difficult to sleep peacefully at night due to unprovoked attacks of night sweating?
According to a new study reported in the peer reviewed journal Menopause (1), sexual encounters after menopause are often unpleasant and uncomfortable for most women. There are a number of reasons that may explain the poor libido and lack of sexual interest in this sub-group of population. Most significant ones are:
Human metabolism is complex and involves optimal balance of several endocrine hormones. Put simply, abnormal changes in your hormones can greatly affect energy consumption, metabolism and energy expenditure, leading to weight gain or obesity.
We all agree that testosterone is the ‘manliest’ hormone responsible for several metabolic and sexual functions in males. For example, based on several studies and clinical data, it can be safely assumed that adequate testosterone levels are responsible for puberty-related changes in adolescent males in addition to primary and secondary sexual maturation. Likewise, low testosterone levels in the male population are associated with several hazardous effects (physical, emotional, metabolic as well as vasomotor).
Fatigue is one of the primary complaints leading women to seek solutions to restore their quality of life. The intensity, severity and scope of low energy levels vary from case to case; but based on a recent study, approximately 50 -75% menopausal females report moderate discomfort in performing their day-to-day activities because of low motivation and poor energy levels.