Symptoms of Menopause
Menopause is said to occur when a woman has gone a full year without a menstrual period. This does not usually occur without warning, however, unless a woman has undergone a hysterectomy or other procedure that has ended her fertility. Women going through natural menopause will generally begin having symptoms at least one year and up to a decade before their last period. These symptoms of menopause can include hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings. Menopause and food allergies are also closely linked.
Food allergies are most commonly associated with young children, but allergies can develop at any age. They tend to increase during menopause due to the magnified physical and emotional stress than many women experience. This stress strains the adrenal glands and can elicit further hormone imbalances. This imbalance can trigger an immune system response, which increases the risk of all types of allergies, including food allergies.
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