Menopause has a number of symptoms. These include hot flashes, sweating, palpitations, insomnia, fluctuations in blood pressure, headaches, depression, anxiety, irritability, sudden mood swings, and irregular menstruation. Menstruation gradually ceases completely, and end the fruitful period of the woman.
Later consequences of decreased levels of estrogen and progesterone, due to the inactivity of the ovaries, tend to vascular and cardiac problems, or osteoporosis. Unfortunately, menopause is such a truly vicious and difficult period. A woman ceases to be protected by sexual hormones against some diseases.
Problems from lack of hormones
Menopause causes a number of problems due to the lack of sex hormones. It can be urogenital symptoms, cardiovascular disease, thinning of the bones, and other problems.