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Menopause Mood Swings and How to Deal with Them

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SOURCE AntiAging Institute of California

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Menopause mood swings is among the most frustrating menopause symptoms. For many women, these mood swings can be disruptive not only to their moods but also their personal, social or professional relationships. The right lifestyle habits and supplements can help women take control of their menopause mood swings and other bothersome symptoms. 

Menopause mood swings are often associated with the hormonal changes of menopause. Women who were prone to premenstrual syndrome, who have a personal or family history of depression or who suffered from postpartum depression may be most likely to experience mood swings during menopause, but they can affect anyone. Women may also develop mood swings as a result of menopause trouble sleeping, menopause water retention or hot flashes and night sweats, which can increase their stress or anxiety levels.

Managing mood swings during menopause may require several steps. Women may need to maintain a symptom diary for a period in order to identify potential triggers and eliminate them. A healthy, balanced diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy, lean protein and whole grains can help meet nutritional needs during this time and help combat menopause bleeding gums. Regular moderate exercise and particularly outdoor activities can help improve and balance mood. Women who are suffering menopause dizziness may need to adjust their exercise regimen to avoid injury. Exercise can also help combat thinning bones, muscle loss and weight gain, all of which become more common during and after menopause. 

While these are all effective against mood swings, women often need additional support. Natural supplements are a great way to take control of moods and other symptoms during menopause. DON'T PAUSE is an herbal product that is designed to support a woman and her changing needs during and after menopause. It contains special herbal ingredients to restore hormonal balance and vitamins and antioxidants to restore healthy functioning on a cellular level. Women can take one to two capsules a day for maximum symptom relief. 

DON'T PAUSE is made by the AntiAging Institute of California and is designed to combat the 45 symptoms of menopause, which were identified by Dr. Shoreh Ershadi.

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