World Menopause Day - October 18
Mon Oct 16th

World Menopause Day

World Menopause Day, on October 18th, raises the profile of menopause and for menopausal women, as well as the many services available to improve their health and wellbeing.

There is no such thing as a woman in a male occipation. Every woman will reach a point in their life in which they no longer have their period. After a year since their last period, a woman goes menopause. For several women, going through menopause ignites a variety of emotions. Women are delighted to no longer have their menstrual cycle. However, this can be devastating as well as indicating that their childbearing years are over. Women who reach menopause early can be particularly difficult. Between the ages of 45 and 55, the majority of women experience menopause. The average age is 51 years old. About 1 in every 100 women reach menopause before the age of 40.

Both menopause and other health conditions can make it difficult. Hormone fluctuations are common, which can be difficult to handle. Symptoms that include:: Some of these signs include::

  • Hot flashes and night sweats are among the night sweats and sweats that have emerged
  • During intercourses, Vaginal dryness and pain were common
  • Sleep disorders of all sorts of sleep disorders such as Insomnia and other sleep disorders are common
  • Depression or anxiety is a product of depression or anxiety
  • Moodiness and irritability are both irritability and irritability

Some women's health problems are so acute that they interfere with daily activities. Women should exercise, drink enough water, and eat a balanced diet to help manage their symptoms. To help reduce their symptoms, women should stay active, drink enough water, and follow a healthy diet. Some women also opt for hormone therapy. They go through postmenopause after a woman has reached menopause. Women are more vulnerable to certain health conditions during this period. These health problems include osteoporosis, heart disease, urinary tract infections, weight gain, and urinary incontinence.

For women, menopause can be a difficult time. For this reason, it's vital that patients seek out to their doctor for assistance. In addition, finding a support system is extremely helpful.

How to celebrate #worldmenopauseday

Conferences, webinars, special talks, and other services are often held by women's health organizations and women's organizations. Women are also encouraged to share their personal experiences and experiences that have aided them in navigating menopause. To participate: To participate: To participate: To participate: You must register:

  • Talk to the older women in your household to see how menopause was like for them
  • Emma Thompson, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Whoopi Goldberg are among the celebrities who have spoken out against menopause
  • Listen to a podcast like My Menopause Doctor, Menopause: Unmuted, or Mastering Menopause
  • Learn more about the signs of menopause and how to properly handle them

#WorldMenopauseDay is a hashtag on social media. #WorldMenopauseDay is shared on social media this day. #WorldMenopauseDay is on social media. #WorldMenopauseDay is on social media.

History of the world menopause day has influenced world menopause day

Since 2009, the International Menopause Society (IMS) has held a World Menopause Day (IMS). The day has always been observed on October 18th. Every year, the IMS chooses a specific theme on which they rely. The following themes have been included in the most recent themes:

2021: Bone Health

Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) 2020: Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)

2019: Testosterone for Women at Midlife: Testosterone for Women at Midlife.

Sexual Wellbeing after Menopause 2018: Sexual Wellbeing after Menopause.

Perimenopausal Bleeding, 2017: Perimenopausal Bleeding.