Menopause and Difficulty Concentrating
Perimenopause and menopause can bring with them many symptoms as hormones fluctuate and eventually decrease. Hot flashes and night sweats are some of the best-known symptoms, but many women experience what may seem to be a near-constant state of premenstrual syndrome. Their emotions may be tumultuous, and they may have difficulty concentrating. This can lead to a lack of motivation, irritability, anxiety, moodiness and other emotional swings. In some cases, difficulty with concentration can be caused by depression, which can either be triggered or worsened by menopause or perimenopause, the period just before menopause when your periods become erratic or irregular.
Difficulty concentrating can be frustrating, but it is one of the most common symptoms of menopause. If you are struggling to concentrate during normal daily activities, you may be able to manage this symptom through lifestyle changes. Reducing stress and focusing on healthy living may be able to help. A healthy diet, plenty of exercise and limited alcohol can help. Manage stress through relaxation techniques such as rhythmic breathing, yoga or meditation, and find a creative outlet that can help you explore new avenues of personal development. DON’T PAUSE, all natural menopause relief supplement, can also help if you are having difficulty concentrating.
DON’T PAUSE contains powerful natural ingredients that can help you manage bothersome menopause symptoms and includes black cohosh to reduce bothersome night sweats, phytoestrogens to protect heart health, the antioxidant green tea, chromium picolinate to protect against glucose resistance and DHEA to boost energy levels and enhance the effects of exercise.
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