Menopause and Dizziness
Menopause is more than just the cessation of periods for many women. It can bring with it many different symptoms that can range from mild to severe. Dizziness can be one of the more bothersome symptoms and can leave women feeling ill and unable to move quickly or feeling as though they are about to faint.
This light head sensation can often be blamed on low blood sugar or blood pressure fluctuations. Anxiety, migraines and panic attacks may also be to blame. During menopause, women may suffer from such severe light headedness that they may experience agoraphobia or become housebound.
During menopause, levels of estrogen and progesterone fluctuate and drop, and these fluctuations can leave you feeling exhausted and dizzy. You may even be susceptible to hyperventilation, anxiety attacks, giddiness and ringing in the ears, all of which increase the risk of light head feelings.
If you are experiencing perimenopause or menopause and are suffering from light headedness, you may be able to manage your symptoms by practicing yoga or tai chi. These exercises can improve blood flow, reduce stress and increase the sensation of calm. Getting a healthy diet, not skipping meals and staying well-hydrated can also nix dizzy spells. DON’T PAUSE, an all-natural menopause remedy, can help manage bothersome physical and emotional menopause symptoms.
DON’T PAUSE includes ingredients such as green tea, pomegranate and DHEA to support healthy aging and promote a strong metabolism during perimenopause and menopause. It is designed to help you feel stronger and more vibrant during menopause and beyond and eliminate symptoms such as moodiness, irritability, sore breasts, irregular periods and dizziness.
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