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Menstruation

Menstruation, otherwise known as having your period, has its own unique health needs. It is [perfectly] [natural/normal] vaginal bleeding that usually happens monthly during the reproductive years for just about [every girl or woman/everyone with a uterus]. The reproductive years start at approximately ages 11-14 and end, on average, around age 51 with menopause.

Periods usually last about 3-5 days and may include other effects such as abdominal cramps, lower back pain, sore breasts, headache, muscle aches, joint pain, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, diarrhea, constipation, food cravings, mood swings, and irritability. Experiencing these symptoms before and during your period is common and they are often mild and easily managed; however, some people do experience these effects more seriously. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) occurs when some of these symptoms occur in the days leading up to the start of the next menstrual cycle (before the [period/bleeding] starts).

And it’s not the same for everyone. Studies show that irregularities in the menstrual cycle can affect up to 25 percent of [girls and women of reproductive age/people who menstruate] and period pain is experienced by up to 90 percent of them.

Before we talk about the unique health needs for those who menstruate and the nutrition and lifestyle habits that can help, let’s learn a bit more about some of what’s going on behind the scenes and controlling this complex system (hint: your hormones).

MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: If your symptoms affect your quality of life or your ability to complete daily activities, see a trusted healthcare provider for help.

  • [The/Meet the] hormones
  • The menstrual cycle
  • Unique health needs for menstruation
  • [Menstrual/Period] symptoms and nutrition
  • Iron [needs/approaches] for healthy menstruation
  • Fitness during menstruation
  • Lifestyle habits for healthy menstruation
  • Summary of menstruation

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Menopause

Your body is always [naturally/normally] changing and adapting. Menopause is the way your body “winds down” fertility as you get older and your ovaries gradually stop working as [well/efficiently]. The menopausal transition, or “perimenopause,” is a time of adjustment when your body has [lower/reduced] amounts of estrogen and other hormones, and your menstrual cycle often becomes more irregular. The symptoms ultimately end in “menopause” (the [permanent] pausing of the menstrual cycle) at which time you are [no longer/unable] to become pregnant.

When it comes to menopause—barring a serious medical condition, surgery, or treatment that can bring it on suddenly [(e.g., chromosomal abnormality, autoimmune disease, mumps infection, hysterectomy, or chemotherapy)]—it happens gradually over the course of 2-11 years. [Perimenopause/The menopausal transition] commonly starts in your early 40s as your body’s production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone start decreasing. By your mid-to-late 40s, your regular cycle can become more [unpredictable/erratic]. And on average, around age 51 you may reach menopause.

  • What is menopause?
  • Menopause can increase your risks for some [chronic] [diseases/conditions]
  • Some of the unpleasant [symptoms/side effects] of [perimenopause/the menopausal transition]
  • Hot [flashes/flushes] and night sweats
  • Sleep disturbances
  • [Mood symptoms/Mental health/Emotional health]
  • [Cognitive/Memory] issues
  • Uterine bleeding
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Nutrition and healthy lifestyle for menopause
  • Protein
  • Calcium and vitamin D
  • Vitamin B12
  • [Fluids/hydration]
  • Physical activity for menopause
  • Summary of menopause

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