Menopause: Not a word that every woman is ready to hear. But sometimes you have to face the facts. A woman is considered to have entered into menopause after going for one year without a period (that’s not otherwise due to pregnancy, illness, breast-feeding, or medications, of course).
However, the effects and symptoms of menopause can pop up a lot sooner. Hot flashes, decreased sex drive, vaginal dryness, headaches, and night sweats are all par for the course during menopause, and that transition can be downright uncomfortable.
There are methods and ways to treat the symptoms of menopause, one of the most common being hormone replacement therapy, or HRT. The effects of menopause ha