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Gaining weight during menopause can have very negative effects on your health. Let’s discuss how to deal with menopausal weight gain.
When you’re under any kind of stress, it affects your hypothalamus. If it’s long-term stress or ongoing stress, your hypothalamus suffers.
Adrenal fatigue means you’re not producing enough levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Unfortunately, adrenal fatigue can cause hair loss.
For optimal digestive health, you need to be eating the right foods. For optimal digestive health, your diet should be rich in easily digestible proteins and fats made up of mid-chain triglycerides.
Gut health is a working gastrointestinal tract. If your gut is unhealthy, you’re not getting the nutrients your body needs to function well.
The gut-brain axis is a communication network between the gut and the brain.
It’s so important to keep your gut healthy, and sometimes your diet isn’t enough. Or if your gut has been out of balance for a long time, you may need to use supplements in order to help get your gut functioning optimally.
Your hypothalamus controls your sleep cycles. And if you have any lights on at night, you’re effectively telling your hypothalamus that it’s daytime. So your hypothalamus does not trigger your pineal gland to make adequate melatonin to keep you asleep.
What causes hair loss during menopause? A decline in hormones. 40% of women notice a significant thinning of their hair by postmenopause.
Pain during menopause is the result of increased inflammation from lower sex hormones. Your body, joints, muscles, and bones ache.
What causes menopausal fatigue? Fatigue can be exacerbated by the fact that most menopausal women have trouble sleeping.
Dry skin during menopause is common and can start early in the perimenopausal phase. Over 36% of women over the age of 40 notice it.
Can Chrononutrition benefit menopausal women? Chrononutrition can actually aid in recovery and rejuvenate tissues.
Is hormonal weight gain a thing? Yes, if they are out of balance. Let’s discuss how to keep your hormones in balance so you can stay fit!