Sunday, December 5, 2021
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Why Do You Get Fatigued in Menopause?



During menopause, you have many different symptoms related to your declining sex hormones including fatigue. Fatigue can be both physical and mental exhaustion. While fatigue can occur at any age, it affects over 85% of post-menopausal women and over 46% of peri-menopausal women compared to less than 20% of the pre-menopausal women.

(0:28) The root of fatigue
(1:21) Can HRT treat menopausal fatigue?
(1:43) Alternative therapies to help menopause fatigue

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Reference:
The Dynamics of Stress and Fatigue across Menopause – NCBIhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › articles › PMC5866170

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2 thoughts on “Why Do You Get Fatigued in Menopause?
  1. I am a male.. Estradiol Free .81 and Estradiol 42 Reference range states those are higher than normal.. Total testosterone over 800 and testosterone free 63 which is good but the sex hormone binding globulin 80.. Which is also high.. Could there be some reasons why these might be high? I was thinking about taking DIM but not sure if that would help bring those levels down. I was wondering if higher estrogen levels can cause temperature issues in men such as hot flashes

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