What Happens During The Perimenopause Phase?

In the early days, it can be hard to identify. Many women have put their symptoms down to other things. Occurring sporadically as well makes them difficult to spot early on. There are many different symptoms, some are listed below and not all women go through each one of them – you might find that you experience some more than others. 

Our advice would be to keep a journal of all your symptoms, how often they happen, and the severity each time. It will help piece together over time what you’re going through. This will also help when speaking to a doctor or nurse about what you’re experiencing. Which we always recommend that you do. If you are gaining weight, then it would be helpful to get Non-invasive cryo slimming rid of unwanted fat due to irregular periods.

The main symptoms of perimenopause are:

  • Irregular periods

  • Hot flashes

  • Weight gain that is hard to shake

  • Changes to your skin – including breakouts and sensitivity

  • Mood impacts, like feeling more anxious or sad

  • Sleeping problems

  • Nausea / Dizziness

  • Headaches

  • Fatigue

Whilst managing these symptoms can be quite difficult, there are things you can do to minimize their impact on your life. Taking care of yourself for starters, remembering that you are going through a very draining phase of your life, and being kind to yourself is the no.1 most important thing to do. Keep up an exercise routine that suits you, eat healthy fruit and veg, find new products to suit your changing hormonal skin, and talk to friends. More of them than you think will be experiencing what you are too.