Are you Approaching Menopause? Let’s talk about your Heart.

The various changes that a woman’s body encounters over time are too numerous to list. The major change that gets a great deal of attention, as it should, is the cessation of menstruation. Historically, jabs have been made about the monthly period, with women lamenting its exit from their lives for good. Once a woman enters into the stage of perimenopause and menopause, she may face concerns that she never imagined. One of those concerns is an increased risk of heart disease after menopause.

The Link Between Heart Disease And Menopause

Why does one seem to accompany the other? There are a few key reasons:

Protecting The Aging Heart

Clearly, menopause is not a risk factor that one can modify. Even the use of hormone replacement has been questioned for its role in reducing heart issues among menopausal women. Fortunately, there are several modifiable factors that can help a woman protect her heart at every age. These include:

There Is Ample Research That Indicates The Value Of A Healthy Diet As It Relates To Heart Health.

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