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Whether you know its coming or it creeps up on you, menopause is the fact of life. Night sweats, hot flashes is one of the major symptoms of menopause and perimenopause (the period before actual menopause). It is a deep sensation on the upper portion of the body. A quick feeling of heat especially in …
Women who are at the threshold of menopause are prone to experience excessive fluctuation in their estrogen levels. A high level of estrogen may cause cramps or insomnia, where as a drop in the level may cause fatigue, osteoporosis, a condition which makes the bones brittle or may even lead to depression.
If you’re in your 30s or 40s and have recently noticed mood swings, night sweats, and other strange symptoms cropping up, you might be a little confused. It’s too early for menopause, isn’t it? Could these symptoms be indicative of something else? Why on earth am I experiencing hot flashes and headaches out of nowhere at this age? If you’ve had these thoughts, you’re not crazy. You might just be experiencing perimenopause.