Menopause and Painful Muscles and Losing Muscle Mass
Women who are entering menopause will often go through many different physical and emotional changes. Their bodies can change shape, and they can begin to gain weight often around their midsections. These changes are generally directly or indirectly related to the hormonal fluctuations and declines in estrogen production. Losing muscle mass is a common menopause symptom that can cause weight gain, back pain, aches and pains.
Painful muscles can become a part of a vicious cycle. If your muscles hurt, you may feel less like being active. Unfortunately, less movement can leave your muscles even stiffer and contribute to even more physical deterioration, muscle loss and pain. Lifestyle changes and a natural menopause treatment can provide relief from the pain and stiffness often associated with menopause.
A healthy diet and good sleep habits can provide a good start to improving your muscle pain. A low-impact exercise regimen that includes yoga, swimming or even walking can improve blood flow, decrease tension and maintain muscle strength and flexibility so that you are no longer losing muscle mass but rather maintaining or even building muscle mass. Massage therapy and physical therapy may also be beneficial for some women. A menopause natural cure can also help.
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