Feeling drained? Constantly exhausted? Running on empty? In this week’s A.Vogel’s Menopause Monday’s I explain why the majority of women will experience fatigue at some point during the menopause and how it can range from being mild to utterly debilitating. Plus, I take a look at what you can do to beat fatigue, including simple ways to boost your energy.
Hello and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays. And today I’m going to talk about fatigue. Now, this is one of the more common symptoms in the menopause. And to be honest, the majority of women who go through the menopause will get this at some point or another. It’s part and parcel of the whole process.
However, some women might just get it now and again, but for other women, it’s going to be totally be debilitating. It’s going to be 24 hours, 7 days a week. And when fatigue strikes at this level, it’s going to affect your work, it’s going to affect your family relationships, it’s going to affect your intimate relationships, and it can have a huge impact on your get up and go, and you can you can lose that sort of joie de vivre, if you like.
And it’s very important that this is dealt with, because if it isn’t, it can continue on and on, and it can lead to some serious health issues once you actually get through the menopause, and I’ll talk about those later. Continue reading >